Bali Police locate dishonest currency exchanges

In response to an Australian couple becoming victims to a money changer scam in Legian last week, Bali Police have stated that they aim to locate dishonest currency exchanges in the island’s tourism hotspots and bring them to justice.

As previously reported, a husband and wife from down under who were traveling on the Island of Gods exchanged US$800 with the money changer at a rate of IDR14,000 per US dollar.  Read more at Coconuts Bali

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Police in Bali are continuing their crusade against dishonest money changers after an Australian couple got duped in Kuta a couple of weeks ago, this time identifying 145 currency exchange facilities operating unlicensed in several parts of the island. Also Coconuts Bali