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Currency Exchange teller's response to IQD

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This isn't much of a rumor, but does give the mentality of an official currency exchange company's perception of the dinar. Was in need to use the exchange last week for travel. Stopped at the exchange in the Cleveland airport and while there made inquiry as to the status of the dinar. The teller didn't hesitate in responding stating "We've had many inquiries as of late. It is not yet on the exchange but we have been informed repetitively now for the last few months by our higher ups to expect it to be put on the exchange" (quote paraphrased). Obviously, the expectation of this Exchange Company has been for the dinar to go international at any given time. Just thought I would pass this on.

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Thats good news thanks for the post

Now for the million dollar question does anyone know what rate the dinar has to be in order to be traded?

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This isn't much of a rumor, but does give the mentality of an official currency exchange company's perception of the dinar. Was in need to use the exchange last week for travel. Stopped at the exchange in the Cleveland airport and while there made inquiry as to the status of the dinar. The teller didn't hesitate in responding stating "We've had many inquiries as of late. It is not yet on the exchange but we have been informed repetitively now for the last few months by our higher ups to expect it to be put on the exchange" (quote paraphrased). Obviously, the expectation of this Exchange Company has been for the dinar to go international at any given time. Just thought I would pass this on.

Thanks, I love hearing these types of rumors. thanks for posting. I'ts interesting to share and to read the various stories that people have heard, then come to our own conclusion.

Sounds good to me.

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MOJO, there is no minimum value in order to trade it internationally. I asked the same question in Pittsburgh, and they said the same thing.

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Thats good news thanks for the post

Now for the million dollar question does anyone know what rate the dinar has to be in order to be traded?

It can be traded at its current value or any value the market dictates depending on the CBI's assigned value. lets hope for a high value.

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This isn't much of a rumor, but does give the mentality of an official currency exchange company's perception of the dinar. Was in need to use the exchange last week for travel. Stopped at the exchange in the Cleveland airport and while there made inquiry as to the status of the dinar. The teller didn't hesitate in responding stating "We've had many inquiries as of late. It is not yet on the exchange but we have been informed repetitively now for the last few months by our higher ups to expect it to be put on the exchange" (quote paraphrased). Obviously, the expectation of this Exchange Company has been for the dinar to go international at any given time. Just thought I would pass this on.

We had a similar experience when my wife went to Moscow in mid-January.....passing thru JFK....."no IQD exchange, but it is expected soon...!"

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Someone on another thread I was reading last night also said that at Forex a similar statement was made, namely that they would be exchanging in the "new dinar" very soon. We are closing in on this, I do believe.

Steve

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I have called the Wells Fargo exchange center twice in the past two weeks, they don't deal with the IQD, I pretty much get blown off

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