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Moneychanger

A person or, less commonly, an institution that exchanges one currency for another on behalf of a client. For example, if one presents a moneychanger with U.S. dollars, the moneychanger may provide one with an equivalent amount of British pounds. Modern moneychangers originated in medieval Europe and were instrumental in the development of banking.
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The Iranian Money Changers Association, a state-licenced body, instructed its members to sell dollars at 28,500 rials, Mehr news agency quoted a trader as saying.
He would then leave the hotel and go to the airport while the money changer waited in the lobby.
Third, there is the case of a money changer making profit because he transfers money from one place where its value is less to another place where it is more.
The senior bank manager arrested allegedly accepted from the money changer money rewards and free trips to mainland China for disguising the huge cash deposits as transfer deposits.
direct the ED staff to submit a request to the purchasing office) or by developing a new policy that addresses the money changer issue (e.
Unaware of the owners' suspicion, Mahai again went to the same money changer on
The suspect first exchanged pound 700 for pesos at Best Money changer last January 1, 2018, whose owner, Masher Hadjula, found out that the euros were fake when he brought them to the bank,' Eleazar said in a statement.
It is to be noted that a famous money changer of Hazro at 0330 hours left his shop and after a few minutes, his car No-SX 504 was forcefully stopped by four armed dacoits who manhandled the money changer and deprived him of Rs 2.
Unidentified burglars entered a money changer shop by drilling it's rooftop at city's business centre main bazaar few days ago and took away Rs1.
Summary: A man was sentenced to death Thursday by the South Lebanon Criminal Court over the murder of a Sidon money changer in February.
So, if you go to Singapore, try to bring Singapore dollars to ensure you won't be inconvenienced looking for a good money changer when you arrive.
Haji Muhammad Rafi Azimi, a money changer in Shazada money changing market told Pajhwok Afghan News one dollar was exchanged for 50.