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  1. #15142
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    I personally know 2 guys the send themselves money from the USA to Mexico via Moneygram. They tell me he rate is much better than the exchange houses on either side of the border. Personally I just do ATM withdraws, using my BBVA Compass card at a BBVA Bancomer branch, with no ATM fees, My last transaction, after the 1% international fee, was 19.45 to the dollar.
    Thanks BBond, I personally like this option and have opened up a checking account with BBVA Compass bank. Are there any BBVA Bancomer ATMs in / close to Zona Norte? On the Western Union Option, I called again and this time they said that US citizens can collect money, but they added that there is a tax on money transactions. Will give it a shot on my next trip and see how it turns out.

  2. #15141
    Quote Originally Posted by LovesToSploog  [View Original Post]
    is the BBVA Compass Card available for us in the states, this sounds like a pretty good deal.
    That is an issue, BBVA compass has a very limited area. But has several locations in California. https://www.bbvacompass.com/USA.

  3. #15140
    Quote Originally Posted by LovesToSploog  [View Original Post]
    I usually use my Wells Fargo Card and withdraw from any bank, I think the rates are good since they charge me $5 non ATM fee and the 3 dollar fee from the Mexican bank (usually $3) however, is the BBVA Compass Card available for us in the states, this sounds like a pretty good deal.
    I looked into it and it's a pretty good deal, I'm still looking around but I was thinking about using Schwab.

  4. #15139

    Massage

    Quote Originally Posted by VegasGambler9  [View Original Post]
    All I can say is that someone here that seemed to know what they were talking about said this, I have it saved for my own use.

    "Go somewhere else for a massage like Kalinca, Aztec Massage, or the 2 on Revolucion."
    There are three or four around Centro. Ask a cab driver. I think the one with the Jacuzzi is still in business. It's west of Revo up the hill on 9th (One over by Rio Plaza.

  5. #15138
    Was not my quote but I have spent time hunting massages. Obviously, it depends on what you are looking for. For full service, there is New Body (& a couple other similar outfits). IMO, they are way overpriced. You do get the benefit of "shopping". But you'll pay less for full service at HK. If you are looking for a good massage, Kalinca or Aztec are decent. My personal preference is the vivamex on revolucion. There are two. I use the one on the east side of the road. I have always received a very good massage there and was surprised a time or two, though I would not expect it.

    Lastly, I've also had massages from escorts and SGs. The SG massages were mostly very good, but of course, that is definitely hit or miss.

    Quote Originally Posted by VegasGambler9  [View Original Post]
    All I can say is that someone here that seemed to know what they were talking about said this, I have it saved for my own use.

    "Go somewhere else for a massage like Kalinca, Aztec Massage, or the 2 on Revolucion."

  6. #15137

    BBVA Compass Card.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    I personally know 2 guys the send themselves money from the USA to Mexico via Moneygram. They tell me he rate is much better than the exchange houses on either side of the border. Personally I just do ATM withdraws, using my BBVA Compass card at a BBVA Bancomer branch, with no ATM fees, My last transaction, after the 1% international fee, was 19.45 to the dollar.
    I usually use my Wells Fargo Card and withdraw from any bank, I think the rates are good since they charge me $5 non ATM fee and the 3 dollar fee from the Mexican bank (usually $3) however, is the BBVA Compass Card available for us in the states, this sounds like a pretty good deal.

  7. #15136

    Massage.

    Quote Originally Posted by FiveFive6  [View Original Post]
    I have not seen any info on massage parlors. Anyone got a good spot? Or know where I can find some information on one thanks.
    All I can say is that someone here that seemed to know what they were talking about said this, I have it saved for my own use.

    "Go somewhere else for a massage like Kalinca, Aztec Massage, or the 2 on Revolucion."

  8. #15135
    Quote Originally Posted by MyDearAesir  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the information.

    I know this might be a little off topic, but I'll be staying in San Diego too for a few nights. Are there any full service Asian massage parlors that anyone uses?
    My guess massage parlors "full service" and all types of prostitution are illegal in California. If there was a nuru massage (nude Thai girl massage with oil or soap foam) then I would be there every weekend! It is only legal production of porn films in San Fernando Valley near Los Angeles (as a result of the lawsuit around 1971) and strip clubs (I'm not sure if lap dance is legal). This is the case because when women in 1914 got the right to vote in California, they immediately voted for prostitution to be illegal. As a result the Red Light District "Barbary Coast" in San Francisco was closed and later eliminated legal prostitution in Texas, New Orleans, Alaska, etc. Now there is a lawsuit in the San Francisco Bay Area, a coalition of sex workers and clients put up a lawsuit for the legalization of prostitution in the state California.

  9. #15134
    Quote Originally Posted by Urfikhan  [View Original Post]
    I would love to use this option if it is available, and Yes it includes the 2 Oxxo stores near the HK Club. If someone is in that area, can they just walk into the Oxxo and ask the clerk, then be kind enough to post the response here?
    I personally know 2 guys the send themselves money from the USA to Mexico via Moneygram. They tell me he rate is much better than the exchange houses on either side of the border. Personally I just do ATM withdraws, using my BBVA Compass card at a BBVA Bancomer branch, with no ATM fees, My last transaction, after the 1% international fee, was 19.45 to the dollar.

  10. #15133
    Quote Originally Posted by AbsoluteEpic  [View Original Post]
    Planning on heading south of the border Tuesday morning from LOS Angeles (suggestions as I don't have a car on reaching the border cheaply? I won't have much luggage) after finding some time on my hands. The plan is to stay over til Friday morning or Thursday night. I plan on staying over in a higher mid end hotel my main concern being the security for the money I plan to bring over (suggestions welcomed).

    I would want to hire escorts from a few of the agencies I found but wonder if I would be able to call from my phone or whether I need to purchase one capable of doing the transactions South of the border.

    Planning to see Hong Kong Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, but want to mostly session with escorts.

    I am thinking of buying some ED pill while I'm there to help with mongering. I would love to meet anyone willing to show me around. I plan to pack lightly, just my phone, clothes, and cash. (I am aware that some mongers suggest bringing their own supply of lube and condoms, but I haven't seen it brought up to often and would prefer to be able to pick it up either near the border or past it, but still offer any suggestions.).

    I have my passport and passport card though I would prefer not to have it the trip recorded on my passport so any help if my passport card would be enough..
    A lot of your questions are answered in this forum through past and recent post. Read, read, read because you will have plenty of time to read coming from LA. Research can be your best friend. Meet up with a bro in Tijuana to show you around and keep an open mind. Please don't be a drunk but have fun.

  11. #15132

    Pesos for Dollars.

    I would love to use this option if it is available, and Yes it includes the 2 Oxxo stores near the HK Club. If someone is in that area, can they just walk into the Oxxo and ask the clerk, then be kind enough to post the response here?

    I am sure there are a few brothers enjoying the Monday / Tuesday specials at club HK!

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    I am not trying to start anything. But I just called western union and the representative I spoke to told me that I could receive money from their agents in the country of Mexico with my valid US passport.

    Now we need someone else to call and do the tie breaker.

  12. #15131

    Massage.

    I have not seen any info on massage parlors. Anyone got a good spot? Or know where I can find some information on one thanks.

  13. #15130

    Sending money to yourself via Western Union.

    I am not trying to start anything. But I just called western union and the representative I spoke to told me that I could receive money from their agents in the country of Mexico with my valid US passport.

    Now we need someone else to call and do the tie breaker.

  14. #15129
    Quote Originally Posted by Urfikhan  [View Original Post]
    I have picked extremely valuable information from this forum. And am extremely thankful to all the members who share their experiences here. Living in San Diego, it has made a major difference for me!!

    Usually folks get money exchanged at the border (US side has slightly better rates 18.3 pesos / If you have an account with Bank of America, you can order currency (18.95/ pesos /$ + $7.50 fee, so get a few hundred dollars exchanged to maximize benefit, search their web site with currency exchange). I just had a thought and checked on Western Union, you can get an exchange rate of 19.67 pesos /$ + $3 to $5 fee! In Mexico, you can pick-up this money in a bank account, or at an OXXO store. Called up Western Union to find out if I can wire money to myself (or have someone else from the US be a sender and I be a receiver). Their response was it has to be a Mexican Citizen with a National ID, which is used to verify the receiver as well. If you have a trusted person in Mexico, this is the way to go! With the significant delta in exchange rates, seriously thinking about working with our office janitor (who has family in Mexico and visits) to get a few hundred dollars exchanged this way!

    Comments?
    So to clarify, Western Union does not allow Americans with passport ID to pick up in Mexico?

    Also, can this money be picked up at any Oxxo? Like the 2 in the Zona Norte?

  15. #15128

    Exchanging Dollars for Pesos.

    I have picked extremely valuable information from this forum. And am extremely thankful to all the members who share their experiences here. Living in San Diego, it has made a major difference for me!!

    Usually folks get money exchanged at the border (US side has slightly better rates 18.3 pesos / If you have an account with Bank of America, you can order currency (18.95/ pesos /$ + $7.50 fee, so get a few hundred dollars exchanged to maximize benefit, search their web site with currency exchange). I just had a thought and checked on Western Union, you can get an exchange rate of 19.67 pesos /$ + $3 to $5 fee! In Mexico, you can pick-up this money in a bank account, or at an OXXO store. Called up Western Union to find out if I can wire money to myself (or have someone else from the US be a sender and I be a receiver). Their response was it has to be a Mexican Citizen with a National ID, which is used to verify the receiver as well. If you have a trusted person in Mexico, this is the way to go! With the significant delta in exchange rates, seriously thinking about working with our office janitor (who has family in Mexico and visits) to get a few hundred dollars exchanged this way!

    Comments?

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