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soc.genealogy.german Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Part 4/4
Section - 23. How can I send money to Germany?

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     The most convenient and economical way to send money overseas is
     to use a credit card for payment.  Then you avoid bank fees and
     get a good exchange rate.  For small amounts you might consider
     sending European cash, which you should be able to procure at most
     banks, with a somewhat worse exchange rate and also an exchange
     fee.  For larger amounts you might want to send a bank wire.
     Checks drafted in foreign currency may also be obtained from
     International Currency Express Inc. for a US$10 fee.  See
     <http://www.foreignmoney.com/> or call +1-888-278-6628.

     In Germany, International Reply Coupons (IRCs) can only be redeemed
     for postage, and even then only one coupon per piece of outgoing
     international mail.  Thus IRCs are not a general means of payment.
     International postal money orders are not accepted in Germany.

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