money changer


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Synonyms for money changer

one whose business is to exchange the money of one country for that of another country

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It discouraged people and even if it has not stopped completely the scale of such shady transactions has shrunk, a money changer remarked.
The robbers had kidnapped a money changer arriving at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport from Karachi with more than Rs70 million.
On Wednesday, riot police fired tear gas, fought demonstrators and arrested money changers in and around the bazaar.
The India Travel Card will initially be available at select Axis Bank branches in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai as well as a large network of money changers.
After taking the money he would ask the money changer to wait while he left the lobby on the pretext of getting his passport from the room.
Second, there is the case of a money changer who makes a moderate profit from the fact that Peter who has a certain sum of money in Milan gives it to a money changer to have an equal sum of money given to himself or to another in Rome.
That almost happened three days later, when we were nearly cut off by a pickup equipped with an antiaircraft gun and carrying a gang rumored to have recently killed a money changer with $30,000 in his safe.
11, received $100,000 in four transfers over a six-month period in 2000 via a money changer in Sharjah.
Among those arrested are a senior manager, a manager and an officer of Po Sang Bank in Hong Kong, as well as five shareholders and directors of a local money changer and nine of its staff.
For example, the vice president of patient care services is approached by a representative from the emergency department staff about installing a money changer next to vending machines outside the department.
According to Masher Adjula, owner of Best Money Changer, the suspect first exchanged 700 euros for pesos at his shop located on Timog Avenue on January 1.
Guillermo Eleazar, director of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD), said Romanian national Mahai-Geroge Simion was arrested at a money changer shop on Timog Avenue at 3:00 a.
ATTOCK -- Police is not yet succeeded in arresting the bandits who deprived a money changer of Rs 2.
4 million and other valuable items from a shop of money changer at the main bazaar.
We do not know what will happen in the coming days, we do not know what the government will do," Fars quoted one money changer saying.