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currency exchange - AAA

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Several people last week mentioned that you could purchase foreign currency thru AAA and not have to pay any of the bank fees and get a good exchange rate, I have called my AAA office in Northern California and they have never heard of such a thing. I am AAA plus and have been a member for eons. They even called around and called me back. Any thoughts?

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