Wells Fargo’s Alaska foreign currency exchange office moves to Fifth and Gambell

Posted on February 15, 2013 

Wells Fargo’s Alaska foreign currency exchange office moves to Fifth and Gambell

 

[ANCHORAGE, Feb. 8, 2013] – Need some euros for your trip to Italy or yen to visit family in Japan? The place to go is Wells Fargo’s Fifth Avenue and Gambell Street location in downtown Anchorage.

 

Wells Fargo has moved its Alaska foreign currency exchange office from its Fifth Avenue Mall store to its Fifth Avenue and Gambell Street store. Tellers have euros and Australian, Canadian, Japanese, Mexican and British currency on hand at the location and can order currency for more than 140 countries. Tellers can also assist with paper currency exchanges. Wells Fargo’s Fifth and Gambell store is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

“We decided to move our foreign currency exchange office to Fifth and Gambell due to its easier access and more convenient parking options,” said Elaine Kroll, Anchorage district manager for Wells Fargo. “We hope this move makes it easier for customers to quickly exchange foreign currency as they travel abroad.”

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