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    Thumbs up US Banks selling dinar????

    Can anyone confirm this, if so I would think this is positive news. Thanks



    So far we have a few banks in the US that exchange dinar, as follows.

    UMB bank in Kansas City http://www.umb.com
    Compass bank, various locations http://www.compassweb.coml


    Hibernia Bank in South Louisiana also exchanges dinar.
    1-866-442-3764

    American Savings Bank in Honolulu. (808) 973-6211 Their servicing bank is BofA and all IQD sold and bought comes from and goes back to BofA (Chicago). Called yesterday and buy rate was 0.0061230 and sell rate was 0.00077840 (or 778 USD per mil). They only service account holders. Can request different IQD denoms, but they will not guarantee what you'll get when you place your order.
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    Default Good Post

    You covered the ones I knew about - Louisiana in NEW to me though - many thanks !!



    Quote Originally Posted by rolenpujols
    Can anyone confirm this, if so I would think this is positive news. Thanks



    So far we have a few banks in the US that exchange dinar, as follows.

    UMB bank in Kansas City http://www.umb.com
    Compass bank, various locations http://www.compassweb.coml


    Hibernia Bank in South Louisiana also exchanges dinar.
    1-866-442-3764

    American Savings Bank in Honolulu. (808) 973-6211 Their servicing bank is BofA and all IQD sold and bought comes from and goes back to BofA (Chicago). Called yesterday and buy rate was 0.0061230 and sell rate was 0.00077840 (or 778 USD per mil). They only service account holders. Can request different IQD denoms, but they will not guarantee what you'll get when you place your order.

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    Default Other countries also!!

    USA banks as well as outside the US would be good to know about. Europe, UK etc. Someone was looking into Bank of Montreal (BMO) Canada since they are tracking Dinar on their International FX site.


    Quote Originally Posted by rolenpujols
    Can anyone confirm this, if so I would think this is positive news. Thanks



    So far we have a few banks in the US that exchange dinar, as follows.

    UMB bank in Kansas City http://www.umb.com
    Compass bank, various locations http://www.compassweb.coml


    Hibernia Bank in South Louisiana also exchanges dinar.
    1-866-442-3764

    American Savings Bank in Honolulu. (808) 973-6211 Their servicing bank is BofA and all IQD sold and bought comes from and goes back to BofA (Chicago). Called yesterday and buy rate was 0.0061230 and sell rate was 0.00077840 (or 778 USD per mil). They only service account holders. Can request different IQD denoms, but they will not guarantee what you'll get when you place your order.

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    Default Some IIF History

    Hibernia was the first bank ever known to "sell" dinar in the US. It was first posted here and discussed over a year ago on this Wells Fargo thread:
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...html#post26079


    Compass was confirmed back in April of last year:
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...inar-bank.html


    UMB has been discussed (go to post 68):
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...firmation.html
    and discussed
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...eeting-re.html
    and confirmed by Blondi
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...ou-like-3.html


    Hawaii - BofA connection was discovered by Dinar Lady last year:
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/rumors-...-bursting.html
    http://www.investorsiraq.com/iraqi-d...hase-bank.html


    Hope this helps!

    Last edited by Lux; 02-20-2006 at 12:13 PM.
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    Thanks, It will be interesting to read all the articles. I did think I tried a search on this subject but just didn't use the right wording. thanks again rolenpujols

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    Has anyone tried a different brank of Hibernia to see if they sell it or only in that specific branch? I have a Hibernia bank near me and wondering, was going to call today to ask but all banks are closed for holiday.

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    Default Any more info????

    Anyone else have any input on this matter??? - please share if so.





    Quote Originally Posted by rolenpujols
    Thanks, It will be interesting to read all the articles. I did think I tried a search on this subject but just didn't use the right wording. thanks again rolenpujols

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    Not confirmed but I have a sneaky suspicion that Compass is getting their Dinar stock from BoA also. Has been too many 3rd party rumors and much enuendo while at the Compass branches.

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    Well actually some lady at compass did tell me they were getting their dinar thru a partnership with BoA in a branch somewhere in california, She was a bit surprised that they were supplying compass but they themselves not selling the dinar.

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    I also heard that Compass bank is getting them from BoA. I heard it from a BoA manager.
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    Default Compass Bank

    They have quit selling dinar . That was in Florida,manager does not know why but thinks they had problems getting the volume they getting calls for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinarindestin
    They have quit selling dinar . That was in Florida,manager does not know why but thinks they had problems getting the volume they getting calls for.
    Destin....please advise when they resume selling, Thanks!
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    Fifth Third Bank told me that they exchange it but they do it through Brinks! Also that it would take up to two weeks to post to your account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOTA
    Fifth Third Bank told me that they exchange it but they do it through Brinks! Also that it would take up to two weeks to post to your account.

    Someone from Fifth Third told you that? I ask my fifth third rep. (downtown Chicago) and he looked at me like I was smoking something. I'm not saying that they don't exchange it, I'm just wondering what department the person was that you talked to. I would like to get someone from fifth third tell me that. It would be great considering I could close my bank of america account, as I thought they might be the first to start exchanging it. Should be interesting though, I'm going to try again.

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    What kind of rates WOTA? Buy??....Sell?? Interesting....They are a very conservative bank.

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    Does anyonr know of any banks in California that sell?

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    Default Activites being monitored

    Thought this was interesting since I have an account with BoA. When I cash in some day, I'd be depositing $ into my accounts (plural) with BoA ...

    This article pertains to that specific geographic area, especially because it lays in an area that is known for lots of drug traffic. But I wonder if actually pertains to everyone else outside that area (Ie: nationwide). I would think so.

    http://www.ky3.com/news/2430596.html



    'They're monitoring everyone's activities.'

    SPRINGFIELD -- The revised Patriot Act just passed by Congress has provisions that might bring your banking practices under scrutiny. The checks you write and the deposits you make are all are under a microscope as a way to try to keep America safe from terrorists.

    "We're automatically at high risk,” said Empire Bank vice president Cindy Harding, a fraud investigator.

    Banking with a federally insured bank means you're now being monitored under the Patriot Act.

    "Everybody in southwest Missouri, in Springfield, in Christian County, is considered high risk because it’s designated like that by the feds for drug trafficking,” said Harding.

    If a large amount of cash appears in an account, or a large amount of money is moving through an account, that could trigger concern

    "If we can't determine why, we're required to fill out a suspicious activity report," said Harding.

    That report contains a customer’s personal information and what he or she is suspected of doing. The bank is also forbidden under the Patriot Act to tell a customer that he or she was flagged. The information is then turned over to federal investigators.

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    That report if I am correct is required for anything over 5000 dollars no matter where you are or what bank you bank at in the US. I believe it is part of the Patriot act as you said but someone more knowledgeable in banking could confirm this. I am not a banker but did work for aperiod as a car salesman and our finance department was required to report any downpayments larger than 5000 dollars and any cash sales exceeding that. It seems some involved in 911 bought cars cash and this would have flagged them.

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    Default Bank's In Michigan

    DOES ANY ONE HAVE A BANK CONTACT IN MICHIGAN , THAT WILL CONVERT ,ONCE IT GOES ON THE MARKET ?

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    Bank Of America should be exchanging dinar when it hits the world market. I am sure there is a branch somewhere in MI.

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