Thursday, June 17, 2010

Head To Bank of Baroda if You Need To Buy ZAR

They were selling South African notes at Rs4.40 each according to data from the BOM's page. That would be 8 cents less than MPCB. If you wanted to convert ZAR into rupees then you should have gone to Afrasia Bank which was offering Rs220 more for every 1,000 Rands than Thomas Cook.

The latter had the worst spread on the market at 13.23%: that's twice more than Afrasia's.

Save some bucks: shop around. And tell you friends about it on Facebook.


Anonymous said...

Good news indeed ! Congrats for the new look of KOZELIDIR.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Yep. Thanks, it's looking good!