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Heard of new Iraqi Dinar? Check this out.  Reply with quote  

We sell the new Iraqi Dinar at $2000 dollars for One Million Dinar. The price of the Dinar was 33 cents a piece before the war and $3.35 before sanctions were imposed. It is now legal for Americans to own Dinar at this 30-year low price. On October 15, 2003, the new Iraqi Dinar Banknotes were launched by the Central Bank of Iraq in cooperation with the Coalition Provisional Authority in the denominations of 50, 250, 1000, 5000, 10000 & 25000. The new banknotes, printed by De La Rue, boast of the most up-to-date anti-counterfeit features, including watermarks, a security thread, raised letters, an optical variable ink and other variations to thwart counterfeiters. The new currency will supercede all previous 'Saddam' Dinar, and as of January 15th, 'Saddam' Dinar is considered a collectors item. If you are interested in purchasing or would like more information on the new Iraqi Dinar, email us at dinar_trader@hotmail.com
Post Fri Apr 30, 2004 8:09 am
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I would like to comment on this, since it is a popular topic and receiving many search engine hits...

Yes, you can buy Dinars now without it being a scam, but the question is will you wind-up overspending on them in the first place, and will you ever make a profit from such speculation on it's value.

From what I've read, it would be very easy to pay more than the Dinars are currently worth. Obviously, the Dinar trader has to make a profit from the effort, but I'm talking about significant overpayment relative to their current value.

Also, assuming that such a purchase would be for investing and making money, as opposed to gathering specimens for your collection of world currency, you need to research and cogitate on whether you will really ever make any money from buying Dinars. There isn't much of a market for them at this time, so once bought, it may be quite some time before they ever reach or surpass the value you paid for them.

Maybe you'll make a fortune in the future, I don't know. Anybody reading with any experience with Dinars...?
Post Thu Jun 17, 2004 5:16 pm
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I joined a Traffic Exchange claiming that you would get 250 Dinars for joining.

Still haven't seen the Dinars. Perhaps they got tossed out with the junk mail accidently.

Anyone here get their Dinars from joining that TE?

Hopefully I at least got some traffic from it.

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Post Mon Aug 18, 2008 11:36 pm
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Stumbled onto this thread and since it is so old, I thought I would bring it up to date given all the progress that has been made since new dinar was first introduced.

I am happy to say that no one has lost money on this investment, and since most that I purchased or exchanged was in the low $600. ranger per million, and now it is $843. as of this week, not a bad return on investment, and the grand slam we have all been hoping for is closer than ever.

As we know, Iraq is booming, and it ain't bombs. Oil companies are throwing billions into developing Iraqi oil, terrorism is at lowest levels since U.S. ousted Saddam, so the stage is set, and now with long term agreements being hammered out with U.S. and Iraq, I predict a restoration of value is just around the corner, so hang onto those dinars folks.

Good luck to all, Mike

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