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  1. #1
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    Aug 2012
    Massachusetts
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    distant dump banks

    I finally realized that many of the people on this forum are right, I need to dump at a distant bank. I never dump where I buy but since I usually dump within 10 miles of my pickup bank I may well be getting halves that I have already searched.

    I am now identifying banks about 15 miles away or so that have counters that I will open accounts at. The other thing is that those banks NW of me, the Loomis and Garda offices are really close to them while where I live the banks are served, I believe by the offices towards the Cape, my pickup bank is 20 miles from the SE office while it is 35 miles from the NW office, so more likely to be the SW office. The banks I am looking at are 10 miles from the NW so more likely to go there.

    It adds time and gas to my dumping BUT I shouldn't get searched coins back

    Thoughts?
    gold boy likes this.
    Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #59

    "Free advice is seldom cheap"

    0 bag of dimes - skunk
    1 bag of Dimes - not skunk

    0 bag of Quarters - skunk
    1 bag of Quarters - not skunked

    15 boxes of halves - skunk
    3 boxes of halves - interesting

    0 bag of halves - skunk
    1 bag of halves - not skunked

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    us
    Apr 2011
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    My thoughts? Waste of time.
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  3. #3
    us
    Mar 2011
    Minnesota
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    Distance has nothing to do with it unless you are dumping in a different Fed. District. Dumping at a bank that has a different courier than what you buy from is the key.

  4. #4
    us
    Aug 2012
    Massachusetts
    Whites, Garrett
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    Gold Panning, Metal detecting, beach combing, shooting, photography, genealogy, gardening
    I am trying to identify the couriers from each dump bank, my 4 different pickup banks all use Garda, so far I have id'd one dump bank as Loomis.
    Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #59

    "Free advice is seldom cheap"

    0 bag of dimes - skunk
    1 bag of Dimes - not skunk

    0 bag of Quarters - skunk
    1 bag of Quarters - not skunked

    15 boxes of halves - skunk
    3 boxes of halves - interesting

    0 bag of halves - skunk
    1 bag of halves - not skunked

  5. #5

    Feb 2007
    Southern Arizona
    Whites DFX with a Big Foot coil
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    Exactly, the buy bank here is Garda, and the dump bank is Brinks. I try to even drive 60 miles away every so often to dump totally out of my area. Figured it can't hurt to get the coins away from me.

 

 

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