Entry Submitted by Danlboon at 9:24 PM ET on August 28, 2022
“Be prepared with documents in hand. All changes will be made by HSBC or WF. You need two forms of ID with photos, two forms that identify your residence, birth certificate. Need an area code of the state y’all want to switch to.”
If there needs to be the proper ‘area code’ required for everyone to be able to exchange their currency then many may not be able to if it needs to be per their personal residence.
My friend has a cell phone with his ‘area code’ for his corporation in another state as it is his only phone and he plans to move there, and my phone at my residence is for my own corporation and is not in my own name, thus neither one of us may be able to exchange our currency if the rules are the ‘area code’ must be in the person’s name and nothing else, along with some people may not even have their own phone as they borrow a friend’s.
The other thing: ‘You need two forms of ID with photos’ is that may be a problem as I only have one ID with photo, the drivers license, but in the past I did have another for one company as the subcontractor required them, yet that may not qualify for me now.
This must be resolved soon or else many will not be able to exchange.
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