Daylight Robbery

100 Canadian Dollar equals to 71.77 Euro. Thats what exchangerate.com says.

Deutsche Bank calculates a different way cashing a cheque: 100 Canadian Dollar equals 55 Euro.

Why? You have to consider fees, international rates, charges, expenses, etc. Well, Jean-Francoise, next time we should have a beer together and spend the money in Canada – instead of helping Deutsche Bank increase their profit with this kind of daylight robbery.

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