Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by myownprivy, Dec 15, 2019.
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It's an interesting policy i guess. Kind of nice to the consumer, but something seems fishy (like the teller is keeping all the loot to themselves).
Yep, and I've also heard of the little old lady saying "no, I don't trust coin shops". I don't automatically trust them either -- but I generally trust them to give me more than face value.
I'm currently going through a hoard a friend inherited from her father. She picked out some of the better coins, the ones annotated with values, and split them up among her nephews (grown, I assume). They immediately cashed them in at banks. It's what most "normal" people do with money -- that, or, you know, spend it.
I've had tellers tell me they have handed silver coins back to costumers, explaining they are silver and worth more then face.
Essentially my response to the teller who said that. "Oh, so you're aware of the numismatic value and metal value of every coin?" "Even I'm not aware of that for most items"
So, you seem to have a problem with people who are overweight?
No, she was a she, she was fat, and she was a teller. Those were all descriptors of the person I've already mentioned in the posts. What makes you think I have a problem with her weight because I noted she was fat? Do you think I had a problem with her being a she just because I mentioned she was a she?
It's not like I said I was going to try to buy her off with chocolate holiday coins! Or that it bothers me all the other (normal sized) tellers had to stand while she had a stool. No, I didn't say any of that! Not at all!
What's up with the fat comment? Completely unnecessary. Certainly not called for!
Probably just the majority who've greater intelligence and morals. JMHO
give to her daughter. I had to sell them to a different teller and that teller had to sell them back to the other.
They put any coins or currency that they wouldn't prefer to give to customers, IE bills with lots of writing, damaged or sometimes old money but she says most of the funny money is junk.
If someone calls someone fat, then they're probably REALLY fat. Nobody calls a slightly pudgy lady fat, but I don't think anybody would bat an eye if I referred to the local 350-pounder as a "fat lady"
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