How do Banks Bundle Currency?


Currency is bundled by machines that are specially made with color coded paper bands. These different bands represent the different amounts. You can find more information here:
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Currency bundling is performed by specially made machines equipped with color coded paper bands. These bundles are exchanged between banks in predetermined amounts ($100 in ones, $500 in fives, $1000 in tens, etc.).
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$20 = $500/bundle; $10 = $250/bundle; $5 = $100/bundle; $1 = $25/bundle
There are many banks that have foreign money exchange. Most atm machines that are near borders can also exchange foreign money and sometimes give the best rates.
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A "multi-currency account" is normally used to hold different currencies simultaneously. A requirement for "transfer" (perhaps FX services or incoming/outgoing
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