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What does T/T mean?

T/T (telegraphic transfer) usually used to denote rates for non-physical (non-cash) exchange of money.

What does Note/Notes mean?

Note/Notes denotes rates for physical (cash) exchange of money.

I want to exchange local currency to foreign currency, which column should I refer to?

If no conversion amount provided, please look at the "Company Sells" column.

If local currency amount is provided, please look at the "I Get" column. Amount will be the amount you will receive in foreign currency (fee excluded)

If foreign currency amount is provided, please look at the "I Pay" column. Amount will be the amount you will pay in local currency (fee excluded).

I want to exchange foreign currency to local currency, which column should I refer to?

If no conversion amount provided, please look at the "Company Buys" column.

If foreign currency amount is provided, please look at the "I Get" column. Amount will be the amount you will receive in local currency (fee excluded)

If local currency amount is provided, please look at the "I Pay" column. Amount will be the amount you will pay in foreign currency (fee excluded).

Why some rates are darker in color than others.

The darker the rate, the more recent the rate is updated.

Do you provide remittance or money exchange service?

We do not provide such services, however, we welcome you to contact our listed businesses for assistance.

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