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AFTERNOON FOLKS. I am going to theatre in a few hours so i have very reluctantly decided to post the rest of this story before i go to gaga land for about 24 hours Might i just say i will tell you what i was told.....if you don't believe it....tough!....iam past caring. If you don't like it.....pi** off else where.....this is in the rumors section.....if you can not accept it for being just what it is.....STOP READING RUMORS!!!! FINALLY....IFanyone on this site trolls me because of this.....and you know who you all are..... i will ensure every dinar site possible knows who you are !!!! . As I posted previously....i went to R. B. S. in order to change my mortgage to a cheaper rate. All the usual questions were ask about my employment status, income etc. The morgage advisor then asked if i had any other assets . Such as...property, land,forgien currencies. I thought it a bit strange they would include forigen currencies and so said so. She turned the screen to show me the question was legit and said do you own any currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar. In brackets beside the question was written e.g ( property, land, forigen currencies....iraqi dinar. ) . Now it could be argued that it was just by chance that they had chosen to list this currency but something tells me not. I advised her that i had some dinar and she asked if i knew how much. I don't really know...i just buy it and put it in the drawer beside the rest. They almost certainlty knew i had dinar because all of what i currently have was purchsed via R.B. S. I asked the women why would my dinar be relevant when it is pretty much worthless at the minute and may well remain so for a long time to come. She advised that the bank is expecting it to be above £2 by late July. At no point did she use the term R.V or R.I. Nor did she suggest a float of any kind. I asked why they had removed the dinar from their list of currencies. She advised it had come via an urgent E-mail from head office that it was to be removed immediately. The managers were then called to head office for meetings and advised what and who this was to be shared with at the branch level. She was informed by her manager thatthat they should ask as it will be considered an asset in the near future. ..no specific date was given. So this is what i was told in full. I have no other info so take this for what it is.