Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by ewomack, Sep 18, 2019.
It's actually worse, according to the piece, the bank said it no longer accepts any coins.
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However, why doesn't he actually just spend the toonies? They are kind of a large denom. coin- worth $1.50.
About the rest of his coins, it is obviously absurd that a banking institution would decline legal tender.
"Grocery stores, they love coins." Well, they source their change from banks- not from consumers.
I thought Toonies were a $2 coin.
I forgot to clarify- $2 CAD is $1.5 USD
No body seems to appreciate money anymore
Ouch. Just a handful of years ago they'd be worth more than $2 USD!
The kind that have figured out that they don’t make any profit on the transaction.
I thought it was unusual that I have a US Bank branch that doesn't have mint rolled coins, still they deposit coins even if it's all pennies.
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