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I have Travellers Cheques, and during my last visit in Europe, I was told that they are not in use any more. What can I do with them?

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  • Take your traveler's checks to a bank or currency exchange. ...
  • Countersign the checks that to want to cash on the line provided. ...
  • Give the traveler's checks that you are cashing to the exchange teller or cashier. ...
  • Provide a photo identification card when requested to complete your transaction.

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While entering the PDC cheque you have received just press 'Ctrl+T' in reciept voucher type and enter the voucher on that specific date.
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