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- June 26, 2003 at 3:54 am #249739
I have not tried this for a while. But, was told the banks here will
count change for anyone anymore. You have to come in with it in rolls
I have yet to see one of these machines. My friend in Arlington TX
tells me they are all over the place and she just dumps a styrofoam
cup full in one of these machines and it gives you the money in bills.
My bank won’t take rolled coins from non customers and customers wo
bring in rolled coins for deposit or to be “cashed in for bills”
have to write their account # on the rolls. If you are short, it comes
out of your account. Also they will not count large sums of unrolled
coins as that takes time. They don’t charge customers for the
wrappers. You can buy pre-formed wrappers at Wal-art and most Staples
stores for like .99-$1.50 for an assorted bag. I don’t have one of
those machines and probably won’t buy one soon either. I roll the
coins when I am watching t.v. or on rainy days, so they are always
ready to be spent or takent to the bank. Once when we got really
down and out, we paid our utility bills and grocery shopped (we live
in a small town of less than 2300). So most business know me. I
have even bought stuff we needed at the Dollar Store with rolled
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