They should use the same stickers as those guys from the russian videos. Those stickers that are impossible to peel off.
Thanks for sharing, I'm heading to prague in a few weeks and this helps.
If there's anyone who's been to prague can you answer me this, how often do venders insist on cash oinly transactions. My bank has a [0% transaction](https://monzo.com/blog/2018/01/04/atm-fees-january/
) fee in forgien countries.
Question is, why do the authorities in prague allow this? Isn't that fraud?
Why would anyone ever use an exchange shop? They are all scams, that is their whole business model.
Just go to a bank or ATM, they are everywhere. Better yet, if you have a VISA or Mastercard (which damn near every single person has, at least here in Denmark) you can use it all over the world.
Watched lots of this guys videos before a trip to Prague. Had an amazing time, saw cool stuff, drank cheap beer, ate great food, and never got scammed.
What an amazing city. I feel fortunate that I live in an age where an internet stranger can enhance my travel.
The commission is 0%. It's the exchange rate (or the "Spread" between ask/bid) that is screwing the uninformed.
If one needed to exchange money, is there a more legit way to do it, without high commissions? Or are these places your only option?
Back in the pre-Euro days, this happened all the time in all tourist-trap cities in Western Europe.
Since the Czech Republic doesn't use the Euro, this scam is still happening there.