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  • Jan 9 2020
    Q. Before you sell Iraqi dinar to public...do you examine your dinar to make sure it's not counterfeit?
    A. We take steps to ensure all currency we exchange isn’t counterfeit. Specifically, our armored service grading site uses counterfeit detection technology to verify all currency we exchange.
  • Robert  |   Idaho  |   Jan 3 2020
    Q. How do I set up a payment method?
    A. Choosing your payment method is very simple: it’s a choice during our checkout process.
  • Dec 27 2019
    Q. How long after I get my RA do I have to wait to send my dinar?
    A. Once you receive your RA, you have 5 business days to ship your currency to us. We recommend you send it in as soon as you can!
  • Dec 23 2019
    Q. I work 9-5, what if I’m not home when my package arrives? Will FedEx leave my package?
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    We’re highly invested in getting our packages to customers safely and on time. If the timing of your package delivery isn’t ideal, we can almost always assign your delivery to a nearby FedEx pickup location for collection at your convenience.

    If you’re getting paid for a redemption, our direct deposit payment option is the safest way to go.

  • Marion  |   IL  |   Dec 19 2019
    Q. How quickly will I get my check when I sell back to you?
    A. We ship every redemption check via FedEx's Overnight Delivery or 2nd-Day Air, depending on your selection. Most people get their check on the next business day after we receive their currency. However, we guarantee payment within two business days, because sometimes your currency shipment reaches us after our cutoff time.
  • kathy  |   Colorado  |   Dec 12 2019
    Q. can a us citizen buy Iraqi dinar? do you send the actual money?
    A. Yes, with some exceptions, service is available to US-based customers. You are purchasing, and will receive, the physical currency.
  • Anthony  |   Dec 5 2019
    Q. Whom do I have check made out to?
    A. Make out your check to "SAFED". This ensures confidentiality, giving no indication that you're sending currency.
  • J  |   Virginia   |   Nov 29 2019
    Q. Do you have a layaway plan for dinar?
    A. We do not (and have never) offered a layaway program for currency sales. We consider these arrangements to be options contracts, which is an arrangement in which a seller provides the option to buy or sell currency at a later date at an agreed price. At SafeDinar.com, we do not believe that our license permits us to offer currency options.

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