Best Forex Courses Washington Near Me

Add my business

1. Treasure Trove Foreign Currency Exchange - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
26 reviews
new review
Treasure Trove Foreign Currency Exchange
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: Inside Bensons Jewelers, 1331 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 567-7276

Business type: Currency exchange service

Treasure Trove Foreign Currency Exchange: what do users think?
Cholly E.
Cholly E.: Great customer service! He was fast and very knowledgeable about the exchange rates. I will definitely be returning in the future.
Response: Thanks for the kind words, always appreciated.
anna saint john
anna saint john: good rate, very convenient, in-and-out service. i cannot believe this is the only place in downtown washington, dc to exchange money with less than a week’s notice!
Response: Thanks for the kind words Anna.
Patrick Whittle
Patrick Whittle: Much better exchange rates than Travelex. They held my currency overnight after I called, and were professional, friendly and accurate when I got there next morning. They are cash-for-cash so hit your ATM ahead of time.
Alex Lemley
Alex Lemley: Wonderful experience. I came in with a substantial amount of dollars (and a bag of change) needing to be converted into Euros and they helped me immediately. AND while I was waiting even offered to clean my wedding ring set for me. Will be coming back again and referring all my friends. Thank you!
Edwin Muchiri
Edwin Muchiri: Efficient Only buy rate listed(how much they buy your foreign currency Biggest negative is $5 fee Yahoo exchange rate was £1=$1.30 They bought my £ @ $1.19 They minted $16 not accounting for money to be made selling my £
Response: Sorry for the two star review Edwin, but if you go on our website it has both the buy and sell rates. If you call me or email me I’ll be glad to give you any rate at any time. As far as the fee is Concerned, my closest competitor charges a $10 exchange fee. My five dollar fee is my commission, everyone has to make a living.
steve galkin
steve galkin: Had 5 different currencies and there was a fee for each one. Fortunately, they’re rates were good and the gentleman there was very helpful.
Michael: Very friendly and professional. The foreign currency requested was available in 1 day as promised. The three major banks i contacted needed 3 to 5 business days.

2. OCC - Washington

VerifiedProfile verified by owner today
7 reviews
new review
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 400 7th St SW, Washington, DC 20219

Telephone: (202) 649-6800

Business type: Federal government office

OCC: what do users think?
evan: 5/5 Comptrols the Currency very well!!
Stephan Bell
Stephan Bell: Great building

3. Bureau of Engraving and Printing - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
217 reviews
new review
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 301 14th St SW, Washington, DC 20250

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 874-2330

Business type: Federal government office

Bureau of Engraving and Printing: what do users think?
Kailash Mota
Kailash Mota: A must visit place, if you happen to tour / visit Washington DC. The admission is absolutely free, though you have to take a free ticket. The tour of this place takes about 30 minutes. Except in the reception / entrance area, photography is banned. The Souvenir stores has some memorable items that you can carry for your memories. Its a guided tour and guides explain the entire currency printing process in detail while you actually get to see the currencies being printed. All in all a must visit place while touring this region
Jack Chambless
Jack Chambless: Took my sons here years ago and it was an extremely educational and exciting experience. They were amazed by all they learned and we loved how well run and thoughful this place was.
Terry Trent
Terry Trent: After the several visits to DC over the years, I never stopped to visit this spot until this visit. Very nice to visit. Could only see the outside.
Kristie Pecka
Kristie Pecka: Fun tour to see the making of printed bills. Tour with a guide, no head sets as described in previous reviews. Short and sweet... 30 min. Wish I could have stayed longer.
Lei Wang
Lei Wang: Free admission but you need to pick up tickets behind the building in 15th St. basically to book your free tour. The tour is very informative and useful.
Diego Villatoro
Diego Villatoro: It was a good experience and it was very interesting
Gail Neeley
Gail Neeley: This was the most disappointing tour I had while in DC. You have to go through so much security because you observe money being printed, but in reality it would be like touring any other printing shop. The interaction between the tour guide and the tour is poor. You line up on a catwalk to see the process and the tour guide talks over a loud speaker. It would have been much more interesting if they would have spend some time on the engraving process, perhaps with invitations or stamps.
Wynde Sprinkle
Wynde Sprinkle: No where on their web site does it say it is closed. Very disappointed! Please update your website.

4. International Monetary Fund - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
521 reviews
new review
International Monetary Fund
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 700 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20431

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 623-7000

Business type: Association or organization

International Monetary Fund: what do users think?
Bitraven: Asked for a couple of thousand bucks to fund the nuclear project I am running in my backyard, turned down my request and said they put me on some kind of no flight list or something. Overall, 0/5, would never recommend. Better off getting those funds from Russia or Iran anyway.
Guy Ben-Zeev
Guy Ben-Zeev: Hi peoples, i would not recommended this place. I’ve been here a couple of time and each time I have been disappointed by the service. They charge wayyyyy too much—6 million dollar interest?? And for what?? I could get that money so much easier money laundering. These stingy, Eurocentric IMF-ERS are trying to scam me. do not go here, hit me up if you need help with any future plans or nuclear weapons. If you have spare organs, I can help you make the most of them. -5/10
Nomis Chernobyl
Nomis Chernobyl: Uhh tried to borrow what, 400 quadrillion dollars? Apparently “I can’t loan that”, and “That’s both an overwhelming large loan and a impossible loan”. Really dont like service here. 1/100,000,000
Krish Patel
Krish Patel: Amazing service, great financial decisions, love the interest (please release my family)
Hari Lalwani
Hari Lalwani: Why doesn’t imf check the money taken by the Rajapeksa regime n bring it back to country where we all are suffering before restitution of funds
Mahmoud Selim
Mahmoud Selim: Helping world economy always to recover using best practices in surveillance and capacity development for meme er countries

5. The United States Mint Coin Store - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
36 reviews
new review
The United States Mint Coin Store
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 801 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20220

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (800) 872-6468

Business type: Federal government office

The United States Mint Coin Store: what do users think?
Theekshana Fernando
Theekshana Fernando: Did not get fair and courteous customer service as a person of colour. The white people that came in after me were spoken to and treated so much better than I was.
Response: On behalf of United States Mint, I would like to apologize for the unpleasant experience that you encountered in visiting our store. It is the Mint’s mission to ensure that all of our customers are treated equally, with courtesy and respect. We will take this opportunity to revisit staff training and customer service engagement.
Robert: Visited in 2008 and purchased a fantastic 2008 Bald Eagle Clad Half Dollar Coin
christopher geoghegan
christopher geoghegan: I have purchased many coins from the DC Mint store over the years, even when the satellite store was in Union Station. The staff are generally friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable about the products. There is no sales tax on the item, so it always seems like a discount to the price.
carlos fuller
carlos fuller: This is a great location to pick up mint coin sets. There never a line and No museum to walk though. Just walk in turn to the right and there is the counter. The service os first class I had time to examine a few different sets before choosing a few.
Ethan Stein
Ethan Stein: Decent store selling coins and bills from the mint. The selection was decent but it was very over priced for everything and certain things have a premium, don’t waste your time here.

6. The George Washington University - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
628 reviews
new review
The George Washington University
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-1000

Business type: University

The George Washington University: what do users think?
Quinn Peters
Quinn Peters: This university is ruled out as a possible location for my children to attend. As long as that fraud of a justice Clarence Thomas has a professorship here, I’ll never give this place a red cent and I’ll pray every day for it’s ultimate failure.
Dominick Withanachchi
Dominick Withanachchi: Love the way its situated. If you like a university in a big city, this is one of the best.
Garth Hedley
Garth Hedley: Amazing complex, beautiful buildings and friendly atmosphere.
Steven Zimmerman
Steven Zimmerman: an outstanding University for our son to obtain his Masters in Public Health
Anthony Scott
Anthony Scott: While the food was descent, the service was so so. Once the cashier finally paid attention to us and we were able to order, she was very friendly. But prior to taking our order, she continued to talk to another employee and chat about non work stuff and ignore customers. The sweet potato fries and grasshopper shake were very good.
Taylor Fain
Taylor Fain: Very disappointed in their response to covid. Forcing students who have children to go back into classes of 150 people. Very irresponsible and not taking safety seriously.

7. Elliott School of International Affairs - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
42 reviews
new review
Elliott School of International Affairs
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 994-6240

Business type: Graduate school

Elliott School of International Affairs: what do users think?
Ray Mack
Ray Mack: I really did not expected that so many people in Washington were interested in Central Asia culture. And so many people, businesses and funds are connected with live life of Central asian folks. Elliott School of international Affairs did great.
bonnie the bunny
bonnie the bunny: Nice place. Rooftop with balcony. Lovely view. Lots of information.
Bill Schauman
Bill Schauman: Liked the new exhibit, "Waging Peace in Vietnam" about military personnel resistance to the war during the war. Building ok, enhanced by fresh-faced young people studying to be world leaders.
Robert Ulrey
Robert Ulrey: View from the conference room on the top floor here is amazing. Overlooks the Washington monument, department of interior, and a bunch of other memorials. Wish I could have watched the fireworks from here.
Diego Blanco
Diego Blanco: Ranked the 8th best International Relations school in the world, most of the professors and speakers used to be ambassadors.
Emma Sutter
Emma Sutter: Awesome educational building with modern technology. The stairs are a great butt workout, too.
Tino Stephens
Tino Stephens: One of the greatest school of international affairs not only in the nation but, the world!
Rozey Chan
Rozey Chan: Professors from all over the world and of all professions! You always learn something new from lectures given in Elliott :)
Veronica Red
Veronica Red: Beautiful building, bathrooms are behind in the renovation cycle.

8. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
86 reviews
new review
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: Constitution Ave NW &, 20th St NW, Washington, DC 20551

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (202) 452-3000

Business type: Federal government office

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: what do users think?
edward pita
edward pita: Raising rates never slows inflation. During the Carter years I was paying 14% interest on a $200,000 house loan. When Mr. Reagan came into power it went back to supply/demand and interest rates went down quickly. When the Federal Reserve raises window rates the local bank raises rates, the customer raises prices to cover the increase and on, and on, and on. You can drop inflation quickly by stopping U.S. oil companies shipment of finished products to overseas customers. Instead keep the products for U.S.A. only. Thank you for your great service!
Z Bou
Z Bou: Jefferson is rolling in his grave, and Jackson may have literally hanged these Feds for their policies and actions over the last 2 years. They sold the top. They printed trillions and gave it to their banker friends to place bets against American companies on leverage, all the while leaning on the brokers to affect whether retail buyers (such an interesting ephamism) could trade the straw shares at all, or at what price. This class of lawyers and meaninglessly credentialed administrstors enforce the law arbitrarily, and in preference of certain banks, individuals, income brackets, and net worth. It is rank corruption, and the American public can smell it.
Steven Smith
Steven Smith: Great architecture. But lots of gum stuck everywhere and gum wrappers littering the floor. Mostly Bubblicious brand.
Katy Boyer
Katy Boyer: We enjoyed our tour of the building and were impressed by the architecture. Too bad there is not as much attention to detail these days.
Trenton Braby
Trenton Braby: George conway the 3rd paul volcker on steroids. God bless free trade who can work cheaper. Bring back the 1929 you were right try the 1980s first. Never ever let goverment control money private banks and the central bank do it.
Sports Underrated
Sports Underrated: I loved the place, just until the money printer broke so yeah
T Liu
T Liu: The so called stable economic growth and maximum employment is nothing but protecting the rich
Berry Macokener
Berry Macokener: If Andrew Jackson were here, he would stop them

9. Library of Congress - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
1554 reviews
new review
Library of Congress
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 707-5000

Business type: Law library

Library of Congress: what do users think?
Mireille G
Mireille G: Favorite place I visited in D.C.. Words cannot begin to describe how gorgeous this building is inside and out. Every single detail so carefully thought out from the architecture to the art. Definitely go visit if you can, there’s so much to see. Also try and get a library card if you can it’s totally free and a fun souvenir to keep. It’s a legit library card and you can use it to enter the main reading room but you usually need to make an appointment weeks in advance to get in room but the card is a nice memory to keep.
Nicole Pascotescu
Nicole Pascotescu: Beautiful. Photos will never do it justice, you need to see it in person! It’s literally breathtaking. It’s amazing to just stand in the middle of it and look up in awe. I went on a school trip from DC and it was a great learning experience. But really I’ve never seen such beautiful architecture and design.
Sonya Williams (Wildflowers and Hooyahs)
Sonya Williams (Wildflowers and Hooyahs): What an incredible experience! It took us about twenty mins to get library cards but it was worth it! We also felt the amount of people there on a Tuesday was weird but it’s popular for a reason. Will def return. The staff were so nice and knowledgeable.
VikinGA: Gorgeous! The national library of the United States and the largest library in the world! Its collections include more than 30 million catalogued books and other print materials in 470 languages. It holds the largest rare book collection in North America, including the rough draft of the Declaration of Independence and one of the Gutenberg Bibles!!!
Ashok Patel
Ashok Patel: Library of Congress, a national symbol of knowledge is the largest and oldest library of United States established in 1800. This is the research library for Congress and open for public for research only and the books or materials can not be checked out. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill. The research material is from all over the world in more than 450 languages. The library has more than 160 million items and everyday 10,000 new items are being added. We booked the timed tickets online to visit the library. I couldn’t get the timed tickets 5 days before but some limited tickets are released everyday morning at 9.00 am. Exactly at 9.00 AM I tried and I got the desired time slot. There is no entry fee. As a book lover, it was my dream to visit this unbelievable and incredible heritage library. Anyone can have access to the library if you have Reader Identification Card. The building architecture and the sculptures inside and outside are absolutely stunning. It is very theatrical, heavily ornamented and the decorative paintings and beautiful sculptures place this building among greatest art and architecture in America. The exhibition of photography and about Rosa Parks was very impressive. The mosaics, the frescos and the stained glass work is amazing. Thomas Jefferson’s personal library and the main reading room is great attraction. Unfortunately, we could see the main reading room from high above with limited sight through the thick glass. I wanted to see those millions of books on the shelves as I dreamed off, but what I saw was mostly exhibitions in a museum kind of setting. However, this is a must see attraction.
Richa Rashmi
Richa Rashmi: What an amazing Greek architecture! This place is a jungle of Corinthian columns, a sea of books and a sky of murals. It’s absolutely stunning. Be sure to checkout Jefferson’s own donation of myriad books along with an exhibition of Rosa Park’s works. Also, entry is by appointment only. There’s a book shop that hosts souvenirs ranging from books to crockeries.
Juhi Pac
Juhi Pac: Beautiful historic building with gorgeous architecture. There are two and a half floors of museum-exhibits of some of the maps and records that the library keeps. Absolutely worth it for the free price and close proximity to South Capitol metro station
Rany SADER: By far, one of the best experiences ever if you are into culture. A fan of books, I loved the place, the heritage, the building and the whole experience. Don’t think twice if you like a Library. One of the best I ever visited.
Jon Scott
Jon Scott: This is a must visit while in DC. The architecture and history was worth every minute. Take time to ask a Docent about specifics of the area you are in. Jim (docent) was so knowledgeable and spent ten minutes explaining the sculpture and paintings. The photographic exhibit was a bonus and Tomas Jefferson’s library exhibit was as well.
Alexandra B
Alexandra B: A library dedicated to knowledge and education in every way possible. One of my favorite places in DC. Every inch of this building is a tribute to history, the pursuit of knowledge, and the contributions of those who came before us. Note you have to reserve a timed entry pass online in order to visit the library.

10. United States Postal Service - Washington

Not verifiedNot verifiedThis business has not been claimed. Owners who claim their businesses can update their profile details, add photos, respond to reviews, and more.

Request your free profile now
50 reviews
new review
United States Postal Service
Be the 1st in the ranking
exclusive page

Address: 50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30AM

Telephone: (800) 275-8777

Business type: Post office

United States Postal Service: what do users think?
Gabriel Nahmias
Gabriel Nahmias: Clarence was really great! Helped me make sure I packed things well and used the right package for the use case. Sweet guy and an easy experience.
Tom Limmer
Tom Limmer: They should take down the Self-Service 24/7 sign if they lock all the doors after normal business hours. Waste of a trip here.
Karen Fowlkes
Karen Fowlkes: My experience was outstanding! The Woman (hair in long beautiful braids) who assisted me and others this early June 25th morning, was courteous, polite, thorough and very attentive to each individual... It was as if each customer was her PRIORITY! When it came to my turn, it was NO different, She made Me feel special, and that is what GREAT customer service is ALL ABOUT... The Customer! I will definitely do business here again! Thanks for making my D.C. morning AMAZING!!!!!
Caroline-m Holo
Caroline-m Holo: Honestly, everyone in this office is so rude and unhelpful, even when you are polite and just expect the same basic politeness in return. Not even talking about assistance cause this is non-existent. If you do need help, do yourself a favor, and just choose another post office.

add a comment of forex courses Washington

Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.