tatra518 wrote:I can see that it is totally different in Germany.
The "Deutsche Bundesbank" changes notes in a value you want. If you want to change several thousands of euros they want to see an ID card.
So thank you that you explained that it is different in Finland.
Of course, I only can communicate on English. They know that I am a foreigner.
Perhaps, can you give me some advice how can I ask? Maybe by arguing with EBT? Have you got any tips for branches?
I only want to get one bundle of , so only a small amount.
It would be good idea to ask bank officer to change notes and explain, why do you want to change them and tell something about EBT. Osuuspankki bank in Munkkivuori (Raumantie 1, Helsinki) changed notes with me without having account in their bank about two years ago, but then they said, that I should have account in their bank. Nowadays there are different officers and one of they knows about my hobby, EBT. So you can ask from there or some other Osuuspankki bank, but best chances you have in somewhere else than Helsinki. Good luck