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Currency Exchange International, Corp (CXI) is a leading provider of foreign currency exchange services in North America. We provide our services to individuals through our branch network in popular tourist destinations. We’re also one of the largest third party currency exchange providers to financial institutions and corporations. Our goal is to ensure every customer, no matter how large or small, comes away with the best foreign currency exchange experience possible when dealing with CXI.

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