When you want to exchange currency with the country you’re from, you have to buy a currency exchange ticket.
It costs $100, and you have one week to get your passport stamped with the stamp and get your money out.
It’s the only way to get in to the country and cash in the new currency.
But with the fake passport, you could just walk into a bank and take out your bank card and buy a bag of money.
You could even get your own passport, or get a copy of the Icelandic passport from a local.
You don’t need to buy your passport; it’s just an excuse to buy the fake one.
We’ve talked to two travelers who’ve done this: one who used a fake Estonian passport and another who used one from a Russian passport.
The Estonian, who goes by the handle ‘Davos’, told us about his process.
We’ll let you in on a little secret, Davos says: If you buy your Estonian-issued passport at the airport, you can even get a fake one at the bank, and get money out of the system.
He also said that his passport was issued by the Estonian Embassy in Helsinki, and that it had the Estonians stamp and stamping number.
The passport was valid for six months, he said, and then expired, so he had to get another one.
He said that once he bought his passport, he’d been using it for two months and he’d never noticed anything amiss.
“I think I was using the Estonien passport as my passport for three years,” Davos told us.
“It’s been so long, that when I finally bought the Estonine passport, I noticed that it was stamped by the stamp number and stamp date.”
But how do you get money from the fake Estonien?
There are a few ways.
The first is with an ATM card.
We heard of a Russian man who went by the name ‘Dazza’ who said he used an ATM in Helsinki.
He bought the card for $50 and it worked for a week or so.
The ATM card was also valid for a month, but Davos said that it expired before he could use it again.
He added that the card was issued to a company called ‘Eurobank’ and that he bought it from them, which is how he was able to get money to pay for his travel.
However, there’s also a way to buy it with real money, and it’s called a bank transfer.
“My friend bought a €200 card at a bank in Helsinki,” Davus told us, adding that they were actually charging a commission on the card.
Davos and his friend took the card to the bank and the cardwriter confirmed that the number was issued on their own bank card.
“They said it was a Eurobank card,” Davs said.
“The bank didn’t tell us that.”
The next step is to use the ATM card to withdraw cash.
“When you buy a €500 card at the ATM, it doesn’t have a lot of cash.
The person who sold me the card used it to withdraw €20,000,” Davi says.
Davi was able, though, to withdraw the money by buying a prepaid card that was issued in Estonia, which had the Eurobank stamp and date stamp on it.
“In Estonia, the Eurobill is the national currency,” Davis said.
You can get the Eurobills issued by Eurobank, but they’re usually issued in euros, and are usually stamped with a number on the back.
The Eurobill, as well as a few other euro bills, can also be used for purchases on online exchanges.
“If you’re buying a card on the exchange and you want it to be issued in US dollars, you go to the exchange, and they stamp your money,” Davios said.
He says he also bought a prepaid debit card from a company that sells prepaid cards, which can be used to make purchases and withdrawals in a number of other currencies, including the Euros.
We spoke to a woman who called herself ‘Kali’, and who told us that she bought a Eurobill from the company, and got her money back in three days.
We also spoke to another Russian who called himself ‘Nikita’, who said that he used the same method to get his money back.
We asked the two people who bought the Eurobenches what they thought about the fake passports, and both said that they felt that it would be more convenient if they had been able to pay their way through a bank instead of a credit card.
It doesn’t make sense to have to pay to use a fake ID, the two women told us at the time.
“You don’t even need a bank account, it’s all online,” Kali told us after she bought her Eurobill.
“A bank would never be allowed to accept a passport as proof