What to do with ripped money? Can you spend broken, torn or damaged money?
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What to do with ripped money? Can you spend broken, torn or damaged money?

A few people may wonder how money will get ripped or torn, especially a large sum of money. However, there are several ways in which your money can get damaged. You can mistakenly add your wallet to the laundry, and this can ruin any cash that is inside the wallet. Money is not damaged only...

Posted by 2 January 201922 January 2019
How to send cash via mail safely
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How to send cash via mail safely

If you’re planning to sell your old and foreign money, chances are that you will have to send it via a postal service. We do understand your prejudices as well as anxieties related to this method. Mail is faulty – letters can be lost, contents can get damaged and you might end up losing your...

Posted by 11 September 201811 September 2018
What to do with old pound notes and coins (10, 5 and 1)?
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What to do with old pound notes and coins (10, 5 and 1)?

Recent years have seen some serious changes in the UK monetary system. First of all, in September 2016, the five pound note, or simply “fiver” was changed from a paper one to one made out of polymer. It features Winston Churchill on the reverse and Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. The second, and more...

Posted by 8 September 201811 September 2018