I have seen recent sales of 1 million iraqi dinar going for $1,500 lately on EBAY. Last year it was running about $800. Thats a signinficant increase. Looks like it may be drying up and someone is loading up bigtime.
I was reevaluating Kim Clements prophecy. Looking at Kim Clements assistant Sunil Isaac said it made me think, is it just the Iraqi Dinar? Could it be the E-Dinar also?
Elijah List Article by Sunil: http://elijahlist.com/words/display_word.html?ID=17525
"What is the DINAR Kim refers to in code? Many people quickly assume it is the Iraqi Dinar which has been touted for several years. Is that what Kim is referring to, the actual paper currency in Iraq, or is there something more? Could it be the E-Dinar also? -Sunil Isaac
Thought I would share this email I received today. Not sure what it all means.
Today at 11.02am
A major disruption has occurred on the borders of Iraq not allowing the Iraqi Dinar to leave the country. The result of this will be higher prices in the marketplace (which could be very volatile) effective immediately. Uncirculated dinar is almost impossible to obtain anymore. We are suggesting to our customers to buy Circulated or whatever we can get our hands on. Remember, it’s all currency and can be exchanged at any time. Being the World Leader in this space our resources are far more vast and our relationships more deep than anyone in our industry.
Please call with any questions, however, please know this will be a challenging obstacle for the foreseeable future.
Well looks like the Dinar 50 notes are now worthless. I think technically the date they become worthless is April 31, however I believe all the current 50 note trade programs out there being offered by dealers pretty much all had expiration dates of April 1, so if your still holding your 50 notes your now stuck with them unless you can flip them on ebay.
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 GID PARTNERS WWW.DINARBANKER.COM
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