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Yes, VND was 50 dollars per million. I don’t know much about the VND. Is that a jump from typical rates of the past and what are reasonable ranges for where the VND might appreciate to, out of the gate?

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I also got this email from Treasury Vault offering $1100 for 1 million uncirculated IQD. Been in this 11 years and I have never seen this, I didn't even know they had my email.  definitely something going on...

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6 minutes ago, yogaman said:

I also got this email from Treasury Vault offering $1100 for 1 million uncirculated IQD. Been in this 11 years and I have never seen this, I didn't even know they had my email.  definitely something going on...

That’s a 100.00 jump in less than a week. It had only been going up about 50.00 a week.😃

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24 minutes ago, cutter73 said:

I received an email yesterday for Currency Liquidators wanting to buy back at 1100$ per MIL

 

Hopefully SOON... 🙏 they also stated it ends July 1st.

Ending on July 1st......that’s interesting.

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2 minutes ago, sgtsanders said:

Ending on July 1st......that’s interesting.

 

That's what I thought! I had to re read the whole thing 😂

Since I work for an aerospace company and this whole covid thing I was working 4-10's now 5-8's  I'm so ready to throw my steel toed boots and welding helmet at them and Iraq...😏🤣

 

:praying:

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