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indian Rupees: where can I change them?

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JandLandG Fri 07-Dec-12 09:40:57

Yep, never mind, seems I'm stuck but will see if I can bung it to charity or own fault, I hid it in my pumps when I was a bit tiddly one night and then couldn't find it. Oops!

Thanks for the replies, anyway

YDdraigGoch Thu 06-Dec-12 17:28:26

Best bet is to find someone going to India and give them a good exchange rate.

Ponders Thu 06-Dec-12 17:27:56

this came up on Pointless the other day - Alexander Armstrong is in the same boat as you, OP grin

he didn't know either (obv) & was stunned

dishwashervodkaanddietirnbru Thu 06-Dec-12 17:23:03

States export and import of Indian currency is strictly prohibited

dishwashervodkaanddietirnbru Thu 06-Dec-12 17:18:32

you arent supposed to take Indian Rupees in or out of India as it is a closed currency. If you do find somewhere to change them you will get a rubbish exchange rate

JandLandG Thu 06-Dec-12 13:30:35

Hi there

I came back from a work trip to India recently with about 50 quid's worth of Rupees. The Post Office wouldn't change it back, saying it couldn't be done.

Anyone know if this is right?

Any tips/thoughts/solutions appreciated...I'm not back in India for a year, so would like to get it changed if poss!

Many thanks

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