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Have any of you bought your Dinars and kept them a secret?

I have. I brought it up to my husband who promptly told me is was a stupid idea Don't you men know better than that.

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Have any of you bought your Dinars and kept them a secret?

I have. I brought it up to my husband who promptly told me is was a stupid idea Don't you men know better than that.

I bought without my husband knowing at first. He was not interested when I told him. I prayed that if this was real for him to get on board with it. In a few weeks he had a dream and some unusal happenings that convinced him without me saying a word. Now he has bought five times the amount that I had purchased.

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No, but maybe I should have. It would have saved from having to answer "did it rv yet?" every morning when my wife sees me sitting at the computer. :lol:

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No, but maybe I should have. It would have saved from having to answer "did it rv yet?" every morning when my wife sees me sitting at the computer. :lol:

This is why I haven't said a word about it, it would be an endless "did it rv yet"

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I made the mistake of telling my kids and they spilled the Beans, or Dinars as it is. So I told him I have 1 mil,( I have more). He's only brought it up 2 times in a year and he wasn't very nice about it. He really doesn't care or believe it will amount to anything. He is in the military and has been in Iraq 2 times. But then he's not much for taking chances either. Totally unlike me, that's for sure.

I kinda don't feel like he deserves much when it does RV. I don't think he wants me to make any money or want to be proven wrong.

And YES I am mad at him today :lol:

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I told my husband about what I had bought and he recently gave me the money to buy an equal amount. He is somewhat skeptical, but supportive at the same time. He is hoping for the best, as am I. We did not go for broke and are considering it the same as if we'd have gone to the casino with the money. Best of luck to all!

GO RV!!!!

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I told my wife in 2005 that I was quitting smoking which was costing me about $200.00 per month, and told her I was going to do something positive with the money. I started buying Dinar spending a little more than 200.00 per month, since then I have bough on a monthly basis. We were on a cruise ship in 2007, and at dinner and she asked me what I was doing with the money I was saving from not smoking? I told her, and after much explaning she got it!!!! when we got back home she asked me what I expected the RV to be and I was thinking about $.50, she thought and then after a long pause she exclaimed, "WE"[/i] don't have enough at fifty cents. We immediately ordered 250,000 IQD and have been doing so every month.

While I know folks that have Dinar and their spouse has no knowledge, I cannot honestly say if that's a good or a bad thing. I guess you could always go the if they don't ask, you don't have to tell. My question is.....What are you going to tell your spouse after a major RV?..My personal attitude is if you both feel a part of this it could make a lasting relationship as you reflect on the up's and down's of this ride while you watch the sun disappear into the ocean... im just saying

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Have any of you bought your Dinars and kept them a secret?

I have. I brought it up to my husband who promptly told me is was a stupid idea Don't you men know better than that.

This is so funny! Mine, knew better. He brought it home first, which prompted me to research the dinar. After researching it, I went out and bought more ~ and tried to keep it a secret (only because, I know, he would have said after rv, "I wish, I would have bought more"). I couldn't keep it a secret though.... tongue.gif

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Interesting that someone posted this........ there is not one single solitary soul who knows me who knows about my investment. Spouse, kids, parents, brothers, friends..... nobody! I choose not to be constantly questioned about it...... it is my own! BUT..... I DO look forward to the day I can change all their lives!! :P

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I told my husband about what I had bought and he recently gave me the money to buy an equal amount. He is somewhat skeptical, but supportive at the same time. He is hoping for the best, as am I. We did not go for broke and are considering it the same as if we'd have gone to the casino with the money. Best of luck to all!

GO RV!!!!

Sounds just like my husband! now its ours not mine any more in conversations.

We will all hope for the RV really soon.. go RV

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Interesting that someone posted this........ there is not one single solitary soul who knows me who knows about my investment. Spouse, kids, parents, brothers, friends..... nobody! I choose not to be constantly questioned about it...... it is my own! BUT..... I DO look forward to the day I can change all their lives!! :P

I am glad my best friend mentioned it to me or I would be in the dark about this whole thing, it wasn't my husband who told me about it.

I haven't told my siblings about it nor any friends either. I don't want to be responsible for anyone losing money. I feel bad for people who come on here and have went in to debt buying dinar or ones who have told others who have bought dinars and are now having to listen to their complaints.

I know I see it all the time, post's here telling newbies to grow up and quit whining about buying dinars. I am a pretty strong willed person but I know many others are not. Some people that buy Dinars just don't really think it all through and I do feel bad for them. I guess even if they asked for it they really didn't ask for it.

I will probably help my extended family a little but my priority is my children and their futures. Oh and mine too :lol:

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My wife don't know SH*T!!!! She left me 6 months ago because I made poor career choices and don't make enough money to take care of her.

If I were you... before I cashed in anything. I would have a very good divorce attorney on retainer and might get me a little walking arond money. I wouldn't buy anything that had any noticable value untile my divorce was FINAL and then I would cash in. That is unless you want to make her a partner in your investment. im just saying

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No, but maybe I should have. It would have saved from having to answer "did it rv yet?" every morning when my wife sees me sitting at the computer. laugh.gif

My husband sends me a daily text every morning saying "are we rich yet?" LOL

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If I were you... before I cashed in anything. I would have a very good divorce attorney on retainer and might get me a little walking arond money. I wouldn't buy anything that had any noticable value untile my divorce was FINAL and then I would cash in. That is unless you want to make her a partner in your investment. im just saying

EXACTLY......My bff has my dinars and will keep them till after we RV and I am sure they are safe and MINE. And yes I trust her completely, if it were not for her I would have none and she she has more than I do anyways. :)

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After a year, I got worried about what would happen if she found out (others in my family know I have some) that I had invested and had chosen not to share it with her. What would be a realistic reason for keeping it to myself? Didn't want to be criticized about making a bad money decision??? <_<

Uh, yeah!!!

OK, well, I told her. ;)

She said nothing about a 'bad money decision'...

But she totally freaked when she started thinking about what I was going to 'squander' it all on!!! :o

Finally, I said, "What do you want to do with the money?" <_<

She said, "Get debt free, pay the taxes, give a 10th to the church, put some aside for grand-kids' college, etc."

I said, "Are you gonna have any fun with some of it?" :partyhat:

She said, "Maybe..." :huh:

I got one of my envelopes, and counted out $300,000 IQD in front of her, and said, "It will probably RV at a dollar. Will this take care of your concerns?" <_<

She said, "Yes. Thank you very much!", picked up the monopoly money, and hasn't said a word since... -_-

Well... except, "Has it RV'd yet?" :rolleyes:

Case closed...

SemperFi,

~ 56chvy

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I told my wife just before xmas, Im very optomistic and have the faith that this will happen , and she is the oppsite.

Anyway, we have agreed that her registration plates on her car will be changed to - TOLD U SO, when it happens.

We're not telling anyone about anything when it happens,(RV'S) BUT i can't wait for all her friends, family, co-workers to ask her, what does that mean on your number plates ... TOLD U SO

(my hubby was right for once ...)

Keep positive, it's comin soon

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My husband and I got our first dinar from a friend who thought it would help him to buy the plane he wanted to start his flying school, his lifetime dream. And it was to buy me a new vehicle. I didn't think I needed one but apparently my neighbours did.

Hubby thought it was all a bunch of bunk. He read dinar scam and didn't read it all to find out what the scam part was, the hustling of the old dinar and all that. so, he put it down to just one of those silly loser things I would go and get into and waste money on.

Well, it started looking good after a while and I got quite excited about the fact that this was NOT the scam he thought and was actually going to make some major changes in our lives. But we needed more than the few dinar we had received as a gift. I started taking bits of money from here and there and purchasing dinar without telling him. I wasn't exactly keeping it a secret, but not going out of my way to tell him how many we had at any one time.

Then, almost a year ago, the unthinkable happened. His plane crashed and though he got out of it the search and rescue were looking for him nine miles in the wrong direction and by the time they found him, well, he didn't make it. I know, thanks for the sympathy.

I was surprised to find in going through his file drawer that he had been holding out on me tool He had been paying a monthly amount, almost equal to the amount I had been putting into the dinar, to pay for a life insurance policy. I didn't know he had life insurance. I thought it was mortgage insurance on the house. Oh well. I did a little thinking, which wasn't really something I was doing well at the time. But I came up with my own PLAN and have followed it.

I have been using his life insurance money, at the same rate he was paying his premiums, to purchase dinar. Oh, I got all the bills paid off and his charge cards and car loan are all gone. The insurance was more than enough to make sure I wouldn't be stuck with any of his debts, and none of my own either for that matter. Such a good provider. But so narrow minded in some ways ... like with the dinar. So, if indeed he is sitting up there, or somewhere, and knowing what I am doing, he is most likely fuming that I am using his insurance money to buy dinar, which he had no faith in. And when it RVs and the flight school opens with his name on it but run by the local college, and when scholarships and sports memberships for kids who cannot afford it start happening in his name, and all the other things I plan to do, in his name, so he won't be forgotten. I wonder if he will still be spinning in his ... ah ... well, box of ashes since there is no grave. I know it sounds like I am taking it lightly ... it is the new meds my doctor put me on this morning. They work much better than the last ones.

Anyway, I didn't keep dinar a secret from him but didn't point out what I was doing. And now, without even knowing it, he will be accomplishing a lot of things he wanted to do, because his insurance money is buying the dinar that will do it all.

Personally I think that is a kind of poetic justice.

He was a great man with a great heart and I know this would make him happy.

End of personal dinar story ... :)

smee2

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As a matter of fact I did keep it secret up until a few weeks ago, when I was so sure I would have to leave for Tenn.

I have actually gotten involved in the dinar by an act of faith. Many things happened that led me to believe that God was showing me this chance.

The first time I ever heard the word dinar and revalue in the same sentence was at a remote mountain church. A lady there requested prayer for the dinar to RV. I simply prayed with her for God's will to be done for her, since I did not know what a dinar or an RV was, I simply gave the request to God by faith, trusting that He knew what she was talking about.

I later received a call from that same lady, who is a mininister of the gospel, and she said that God had put my face in front of her and if possible could I come to the place where she would be ministering, she had a Word from God and felt like it was also for me. She had not known my name, and had to call several people to find out how to contact me. When I went to hear the message it was a message on the "11th hour" (remember how the newspaper article said the Iraqi government was formed at the 11th hour....well, she had preached the 11th hour message weeks before that! just one of those little "weird" things that happens when you speculate on dinar)

I asked her at that time what it was she had needed prayer for, explaining that I did not understand the request. She became excited and begin to encourage me to purchase some for my own self. She had already had dreams, and her friend had dreams concerning this and the Word she had received about the dinar from God was the parable about the men who had been given the talents. The foolish one hid his and when the lord came back he chastised him saying "you should have taken it to the money changers" . She believes God has directed us to do this for His Kingdoms sake. (so do I)

Anyway, as the parable goes the foolish servant had hidden his talent in fear, and I refuse to walk in FEAR, so by faith I begin to purchase a few dinar.

I kept it secret for as long as possible because my husband has a difficult time walking by faith. He has all sorts of doubtful words in his vocabulary, that I did not need to hear.

When I did tell him, I was surprised that he began to show an interest himself and has now purchased some himself.

Dreams, and stories that are sur-real, have encouraged me that this is the provision for the end time harvest that God has said he would provide.

I am focused more on teaching survival skills, and food gathering and storage, water purification, etc. than luxuary items. I see a time coming that we may need to be able to feed and house people who are scared and lost. I see a time coming that God may well be preparing us for now. He supplies all we need, even before we know we need it. It is His good pleasure to give good gifts to men. I pray to be able physically to meet the need of those who are not only hungry for the natural food, but to feed good sound spiritual food for their soul.

I have had three or four dreams that I feel are prophetic, and I also feel that while it is good to "have fun" with some of it, the religion that is pure before God and man is to visit the widows in their afflictions, and take care of the fatherless. We have been given this gift to minister to the needs of others.

Blessed to be a blessing.

It is TIME

Ministry is not always seen in whitewashed churches....most often it is seen in the back streets and hedges of the world. I pray to be able to bring life to those who are bound by sin and death. I see this revalue as God's way of providing the money necessary to GO and to DO all that He has said to do.

My husband just wants to move to the beach...LOLrolleyes.gif

Edited by believing

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Hey Believing ~

You are getting the straight scoop!

My little 'Spiritual Aunt' has written almost exactly the same thing you just did, and has convinced me that our 'direction' as Believers, is to carry out the plan you so clearly and knowledgeably laid out.

You are 'On 'Track'!!!

If it's OK with you, I'm going to 'plagiarize' some of your writings as a basis for a 'description' to my family members, of what our actions should look like in the near future.

And, I'm with you on the End Times view. I too think the Dinar is going to Empower the Church like never before.

I'm excited to be living in these days...

Thanks for your marvelous insight...

It's good to hear from other 'like minded' folks.

God Bless You and Yours.

SemperFi,

~ 56chvy

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