Telephone: 0800 020 1068 (freephone in the Netherlands) or +31 20 524 91 11 (if you call us from abroad) on business days between 9:00 and 17:00
Exchange counter: visits by appointment
Do you want to exchange your damaged banknotes or coins in person? Please, first make an appointment before you visit us. You can do so by telephone via +31 20 524 2727 on working days between 9:00 and 12.00 hours.
Banknotes and coins – exchange/reimbursement
Do you have guilder banknotes? Damaged euro banknotes or euro coins? For these, you can ask DNB for reimbursement. You can also exchange your collectable coins or euro banknotes with us. Or have us check suspicious euro banknotes for authenticity.See the possibilities and conditions. Is the amount more than EUR 2,000? Do not send the money by post. In that case, please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org we will contact you to discuss the options.
Telephone: +31 20 524 9111 on business days between 9:00 - 17:00.
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Visitor registration and verification
We check the identity and monitor the movements of all our visitors, on the basis of their identity document and visitor pass. We record their names and email addresses, the numbers of their identity documents, the reasons for their visits and the names of their contacts at DNB, as well as the times of their visits and their movements in our building.
The identity document is scanned to verify its authenticity. Scanning might produce an alert (for example, if the identity document is stolen). The results of these scans are not retained. If the system produces an alert we will contact the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee and/or the police. Other personal data will be deleted six months after your visit.
Data processing is necessary because the tasks we carry out in the public interest – i.e. protecting confidential information and valuables – requires a high level of security pursuant to Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR. Here you can find our detailed privacy statement.
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