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That's cheap. About $830 per mil. These dropping sale prices don't make me feel very optimistic about where my dinars will be in five years.

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What's your problem, Tex? You seem to have a habit of butting in your nose where it ain't required to do so. I'm not denigrating dog sutra in any way. I'm just saying $830 is cheap. If prices keep falling it is a negative indicator on the confidence of the dinar making people money. Even you should be able to figure that one out, unless you are here to pump.

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is there any one who would like to comment on actually buying these?

this is 150.00 less per million then the buy price at xchange america .

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is there any one who would like to comment on actually buying these?

this is 150.00 less per million then the buy price at xchange america .

Not a bad price but you can buy on ebay all day long at under $700

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I'm not in the market for Dinar but may pickup a little more at these prices, I saw a completed listing on eBay $150 for over 500,000, granted it was circulated and a mixed lot or notes from 250 all the way up but thats like $300 per million.

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Do you worry about counterfit bills when you buy from E bay?

Not at all, you have eBay and Paypal buyer protection for 3 months may even be as long as 6 months now. It's very easy to check the notes. Also, I've yet to hear a single credible story about anyone finding a counterfeit note. To counterfeit something there has to be a broad market to dump it on, with Dinar there's what a handful of dealers, no banks, no currency exchanges. If someone is going to counterfeit money they're going to do Euros or Pounds not Dinar. Worth much more and much easier to dump on banks and currency exchanges across the world.

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You make a good point, but then why are some people selling for $300. I can only think it is due to a glut on the market. More people selling than buying

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never know what is going on with people...especially with the oil and gas industry right now...everything goes in waves...up and down

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I buy a little Dinar on eBay just about every week, the only place to buy other than from a dealer. Like rules said it's guaranteed, the people you worry about is the folks with one post that come to these Dinar sites and forums peddling their worthless Dinar or not sending the Dinar after they've received your money...Dog I can't afford the 5k but it is a good price. Good luck

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What's your problem, Tex? You seem to have a habit of butting in your nose where it ain't required to do so. I'm not denigrating dog sutra in any way. I'm just saying $830 is cheap. If prices keep falling it is a negative indicator on the confidence of the dinar making people money. Even you should be able to figure that one out, unless you are here to pump.

accusing one to pump is against forum rules and will get you thrown out... 

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