If you’ve completed your sell order and you’re ready to ship, follow the instructions below to ensure your notes are not damaged during shipping.
Sort your notes by denomination and condition. We accept circulated and uncirculated notes. Notes with large tears or notes that have been shredded will not be accepted by US First Exchange.
New currenies that have never been used in commerce.
Currencies that have been used, and show signs of handling.
It's best to pack your currency inside a secure envelope so it's not visible from outside.
Remember, if you can see valuables through the envelope, so can a thief.
Manila envelopes, Kraft envelopes or padded mail envelopes work well.
Use rubber bands or paper clips to hold your notes.
It's important to understand that loose notes may be damaged during shipment. Damaged notes may not be accepted by US First Exchange.
Put a copy of your printed invoice inside the envelope.
Write your invoice number on the outside of the package.
You should make the package tamper-proof by taping over any edges, corners or folds that may allow easy access.
If your order won’t fit into an envelope, use a shipping box from your nearest FedEx, USPS, or UPS branch.
Never show anything valuable to strangers, and don't tell shipping clerks that your package contains currency.
Pack and ship your currency as soon as possible. Your sell price is only "locked in" for 7 days as market prices may change.
As soon as you ship your package, email us your tracking number and your invoice number so we can monitor your shipment.
Please remember to (A) put a paper copy of our invoice inside the package, and (B) write the invoice number in a visible place on the outside of your package. This will help us expedite processing for your order.
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