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I saw a post about a good price offered to sell your Dinar to exchange of America and started checking to see who's offering best price for dinar right now as far as us selling, and noticed exchange of America is DinarTrade, TampaDinar, DinarInc, and maybe more companies.
This got me kind of curious, are there really a bunch of Dinar dealers out there or is it one or two giant company owning all these sub companies under different branding?
I noticed on another site that Sterling Currency Group and Gid & Associates and DinarBanker all seem to be the same company as well. I used to think where were a dozen or more different Dinar dealers out there but it seems as if its like 2-3 dealers with just different branding.
Corporation Name STERLING CURRENCY GROUP LLC Fictitious Names GID ASSOCIATES
Doesn't really matter in the grand scheme of things but just thought it was funny we here are always talking about who to buy from, who we like, who we don't like, etc and it seems as if we are talking about the same company just differnet names lol
Over the past year or two I have gotten a call or two from people who say they want to buy my DInar. Different scenarios and situations but it's always something involving a group or trust or chinese group. OFtentimes telling me they will pay $8 per Dinar.
I know there's a lot of scams out there where people request you send them your Dinar, often its to Reno or other places with the promise of big payouts.
I've had a few friends and colleages who have gotten similar calls. NOw before you tell me its a scam believe me I know that, I would never let my Dinar out of my site, however what I'm curious about is how are people getting our phone numbers and how do they know we have Dinar, thats the part I find wierd? I may have posted on this forum or others that I'm looking to sell my dinar but don't think I've ever posted my cell number.
The last guy who called me recently I was tempted to hangup immediatley but decided just to play along for a minute. I was like look this sounds well and good but why would you pay me $8 for my dinar when you can go buy Dinar from a dealer at about a grand per million? He said they are trying to get tehir hands on as much Dinar as possible quickly, blah blah blah. His response was basically why do you care this is a lot of money. I basically just responded it sounds too good to be true, it doesn't make sense why would anyone pay more than they have to for something. I quickly tired of the situation and just hungup but thought it was wierd and also couldn't figure out who this was or how they got my number.
Okay, so I have a bank story. Before you all tune out nothing crazy about numbers on the screens or anything like that and really nothign definitive but did find it refreshing.
Was inline at a BMO bank the other day, bank of montreal I think its called formerly harris bank. I don't have an account there but had gotten a check issued by their bank so was cashing it. The gentelment in front of me was tryin to sell them various foreign currencies from vacations along with some Iraqi Dinar mixed in. The tell took pretty much evertyhing but the Dinar and some money from like norway or something like that.
I overheard him asking about why they didn't take the Dinar. She said they only dealt with a handful of currencies and typically no thte more rare or exotic ones as there isn't as much demand. She did however say in branch meetings tellers were all voicing to management a large number of customer requests and questions and basically kind of left it as a possibility it may be something they would deal with in the future. I think its not a decision they can make at a branch level from what she was saing corporate or something would need to give the okay to make that a currency they can buy in or request.
NOthing concrete or groundbreaking with this story but in the past anytime I heard Dinar mentioned in a bank it was dealt with with a stern no and kind of a dont bother us with that crap attitude so this was a little better.
A coworker of mine has been trying to convince me to setup a trust with his wife who happens to provide this service. Basically it's going to cost $4,000 but he says do it now because after the RV it's going to cost $10,000.
FIrst off I was wondering if any of you have trusts setup? Secondly how much did it cost as $4,000 seems pretty high for filling out some paperwork. I imagine the filling fee is a few hundred bucks and her fee is the thousands on top of that. Also what are the benefits of a trust?
I'm not going to do it. I don't need a trust now and IF there were to be an RV who really cares about paying an extra $5,000 or $6,000 at that point. I'd rather pay a bit more later than shellout thousands now for something I don't need at this time.
Anyhow, just curious if anyone can share experience or comment on trusts in general. Thanks.
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