Where can I exchange Iraqi dinar?

Where can I exchange Iraqi dinar?

Sell your dinars to banks. There are several banks in the Middle East that will purchase dinars. Three of these banks are the Central Bank of Iraq, the National Bank of Jordan, and the National Bank of Kuwait (see Resources). You will need to contact the banks directly and discuss their policies and procedures.

Can you still buy Iraqi dinar?

People purchase the 5000 Iraqi Dinar banknote more than any other banknote. One of the most popular packages people buy is the 10,000 IQD package – 5000 banknotes. This Iraq currency you can’t buy at a bank like Chase, WellFargo or Citibank. The only place to buy dinar is online.

Does the US Treasury hold Iraqi dinar?

The same federal indictment against “BH Group” states that, in fact, the “U.S. Department of the Treasury does not hold any Iraqi dinar for investment purposes and holds only a nominal amount for use.”

Is Iraqi dinar good investment?

Investing in the Iraqi Dinar Basically, it would be like investing in any other currency: you purchase X amount of Iraqi Dinars (IQD) by paying some amount of US Dollars (USD). This would create more stability and economic growth for the people of Iraq, leading to the an increase in value of the Dinar.

Does Bank of America Exchange Iraqi Dinar?

Bank of America only accepts foreign currency bills that are in current circulation. No. Bank of America, N.A. does not buy or sell Iraqi dinar banknotes or Vietnamese dong banknotes, and currently has no plans to offer this service in the future.

Is safe Dinar legit?

SafeDinar.com is a fulfillment company for people who wish to purchase Iraqi Dinar (the new currency of Iraq). The company states that it is registered with the U.S. Treasury as a money services business. The company states that they will exchange any currency that arrives to the customer in unsatisfactory condition.