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Currency Conversion

Posted: Sat, 26th Nov 2005, 11:06pm

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LilCaesars

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I was looking around at the prices of Effectslab in Euro and US Dollar and the calculations for the Dollar are wrong as compared to the Euro. Question: Do you guys keep the prices on the website acurately converted or is that just gonna be the price for people not paying in Euros? If you did an accurate conversion the price for chromanator in USD is aboout $58.62 not the advertised $87.98. Just wondering about that because a Euro is about $1.18 and at the rates your advertising it would be about $1.76.
Posted: Sat, 26th Nov 2005, 11:10pm

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SMB

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$1.76 sounds like the pound to dolar rate not the euro to dolar rate.

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Posted: Sat, 26th Nov 2005, 11:13pm

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Lithium Kraft

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http://oanda.com - Great free conversions. Type in the two values, and it will list it one way and the other way, and give the current exchange rate as well.
Posted: Sat, 26th Nov 2005, 11:13pm

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LilCaesars

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i'm pretty cool this has already been posted you guys can delete it
Posted: Sun, 27th Nov 2005, 12:10am

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Andreas

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You know you can just do a google.com

example, search this...
£50 to SEK

...and you automaticly get
US$ 50 = 403.394972 Swedish kronor
Rates provided for information only
I tend to trust google... smile

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Posted: Sun, 27th Nov 2005, 7:53am

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NickF

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www.xe.com is also a good free site for currency conversions
Posted: Mon, 28th Nov 2005, 1:05am

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Marek

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I'm pretty sure it doesn't charge you whatever it says on the site. I think it automatically converts whatever currency you're purchasing in to Euros or Pounds based on the current exchange rate.
Posted: Mon, 28th Nov 2005, 9:36am

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malone

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Our shop system charges UK Pounds. I think it's your bank that actually makes the conversion from your currency to UKP. So if you need to know exactly what the cost will be then you need to contact them.

Any prices we advertise on the site (that are not UKP) are approximate. They tend to be based on the current exchange rate, but it's not always 100% up to date.