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Recent I heard about a speculator in Texas who suposedly is buying dinar now at $2 per IQD. His process is similar to the traders; make an appointment, go to his office, validate and turn in your dinar and after about 3-4 weeks your account will be credited at $2 per IQD less federal tax on the exchange. He will allow only one appointment per individual. Thus, if you wanted to "test" the system by cashing in a smaller amount, YOU could not come back later. However, you could make an appointment in the name of your spouse or significant other to complete the sale of your IQD. The idividual
IMO, there certainly is a possible route for IQD Speculators holding IQD cash to send their physical bricks of cash back to the source in order to get paid ~ something ~ when the time comes to turn it in. The same opportunities that exist now (internet dealers or banks acting as dealers) should still be there for a limited time after the CBI starts issuing its new currency into circulation for exchange. I know for certain that once Iraqi Sovereignty set in and Iraqi Custom Inspection Stations were moved from Dubai back to Baghdad it was definitely against Iraqi Law to FedEx or otherwis
from other sources... 09-01-2015-Guru Stage3Alpha: R.V. / GCR – Contacts in RENO ARE ON STANDBY…they arrived yesterday in hopes of being able to exchange….they are being told this is a GO. JUST MAY TAKE A FEW DAYS TO PROCESS EVERYONE ONCE THEY START. Go to your group websites to obtain 1-800 numbers and appointments if you have not been notified yet. Do the right thing. Please share 1-800 numbers & info with other fellow Dinarians who are not members of any groups.
Banking On The Status Quo – Perhaps it is time to rethink which banks you want to deal with, and while you are at it - consider what happened in Cyprus recently. As you know if you have watched the news, banks in Cyprus were closed to prevent a run on the banks. Why? Because the government, together with the banks came up with a plan to remove up to 9.9% of a depositor’s money to help the banks pay the EU for bailout money to cover bank mistakes . . . 13 billion in mistakes. While it was voted down due to public furor, it was a watershed moment in banking history. In reaction it cause