Monday, March 2, 2015

Our First Try To Deposit Coins In DBS Coin Deposit Machine

Nakatira kame kung saan may malapit na DBS branch. Madalas namin makita ang coin deposit machine pero never pa namin itong nasubukan gamitin. Ang mga naka-stock naming coins ay madalas namin maipambili ng tinapay sa Baker Talent, pang-hot tea (siew tai) sa hawker at iba pang maliliit na expenses.

Nakakacurious tuloy kung paano gumagana ang coins deposit machine kaya kagabi naisipan namin na subukan na ito. First time namin magdeposit ng coins at nun lang namin nalaman na may charge pala ang gumamit ng machine.


COIN DEPOSIT
DBS Branches S$1.50 per 100 pieces or part thereof
Coin Deposit Machine 0.012 per piece (total fee rounded to the nearest one cent)
Coin deposits for a mixture of denomination of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents and 1 dollar.
For more information, please check DBS website.

Hindi na pala kailangan ng ATM card dito, correct Account number lang ang kailangan to deposit. Nakaka-amaze na kayang ma-filter ng coin deposit machine ang mga coins, akala kasi namin nung una $1 lang ang pwede niyang  tanggapin.

And here's the final receipt.

Naisip ko tuloy na sa susunod na makaipon ulit kame ng maraming coins I will approach any coffee shop owner or hawker (na mga suki kame) if they would like to change our coins to paper money.

Happy Saving!

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