On Tuesday evening, the search engine giant Google has glitched with its currency exchange tools that showed the conversion rates very low than the real ones. Most of the Pakistanis delighted to see the rate of 1 USD is for Rs76 as compared to the original Rs140.14, and the Emirati Dirham at Rs20.76 as compared to the actual Rs38.15 per Dirham.
Google, however, on the other hand, had never claimed that their converter is the only source to check the conversion rates. The disclaimer tabs explain everything about the delays in updating the rates of 1 USD and they offer no guarantees on the displayed numbers.
The disclaimer states, “Google cannot guarantee the accuracy of the exchange rates displayed. You should confirm current rates before making any transactions that could be affected by changes in the exchange rates.”
Because of Google glitch, most of the Pakistanis took it to Twitter and made several jokes about Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government for delivering on its promise of positive change. Too, not only Google was showing the wrong conversion rates but other Search engine companies like Bloomberg, Bing, and Yahoo were showing the same results. It could possibly because all the search engines are picking data from Morningstar, maybe that’s why they are showing the same results.
As for now, Google is back to the normal state and showing the original rate of 1 USD which is equal to Pakistani Rs140.14, The search engine has not reacted or commented about the bug yet.
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