Monday, August 7, 2017


"TruckerBabe has a friend she trusts who has just exchanged with Wells Fargo today. Specs: WF client for many years. No NDA, but took approximately .75-$1.00 less, since he did not sign an NDA. No fees, money available immediately. Rates: dinar: a little higher than Tony has been stating. Dong: Again, a little higher than Tony was stating (would not give her the exact number). Rupiah: $1.00. Zim: .03, but taking only 100 and 50 trillion notes."
TNT Member Alonzodb: 
I stopped by my local Chase bank on the way to work today. (Friday) I was looking to pick up some Vietnamese doing like I've done many times in the past.

But today for some unknown reason the teller said she couldn't pull up any information on the foreign currencies and I would have to come back another day? She said she didn't know why? I thanked her and went to work. 

I don't know what it means if anything, but I thought it was a little strange? It has never happened before? Thought I'd share..

I called my wealth manager at wf this morning to do another currency exchange for me as I'm traveling to Dubai in September. I also inquired about the Iraqi dinar. He laughed so hard he lost his breath. He said that's the biggest scam since Bernie Madoff and he said that he and the other wealth managers received an in house memo from corporate that the Feds have launched an investigation into the Iraqi dinar and that indictments are coming for currency dealers and their minions who sell and pump the dinar. He said stay away from the Iraqi dinar unless you want to be subpenoed to testify before a federal grand jury. He also said the IRS is looking into the currency dealers who sell the dinar. That's all I had to hear. The IRS is more relentless than the FBI. They can seize your assets, any assets you have in trusts, bank accounts, your house and car. The storm is coming. All these scumbags who perpetuate 
TNT Member Artneto: 
I truly believe that we are close. There may be more issues and details to work out until we see it, but we should be there.

Earlier this afternoon someone in chat said that a friend exchanged Iraqi bonds - not currency - at a bank in Florida. The rate was over $3….He was clear that it was bonds that were exchanged and that it was in Florida.

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