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  • Ricky  |   Nebraska  |   Apr 3 2020
    Q. so there is a range on value of the dinar. If none of the notes are damaged is it the high number?
    A. Here's some information on how the quality of the notes is determined: https://www.safedinar.com/note-quality/
  • Sharon   |   Georgia  |   Mar 26 2020
    Q. can you show me how the box is suppose to look to send it to you
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    Yes! Please view this link, which contains specific instructions on how to pack your currency. We would also recommend watching this video, which describes the entire redemption process.

  • Don  |   Mar 19 2020
    Q. Zimbabwe currency, why am I not able to convert to US dollars at the bank?
    A. The currency of Zimbabwe (ZWL) was delisted in 2009. The Zimbabwean banknotes that exist today are collectibles but have no official value. SafeDinar.com only exchanges current, valid legal tender.
  • Terry  |   Washington  |   Mar 12 2020
    Q. I have 750,000 dinars. How can I sell them and feel comfortable with the price and sale transactions? Because just sending them off in the mail doesn't sound safe to me. I would rather go into a bank and exchange them in person. So how do I go about selling my dinars?
    A. We can understand your trepidation. We have been in business for 15 years, and have a reputation in the industry that's second to none. We suggest putting a small test order in to see how it goes. Unfortuantely, we do not offer any walk-in service.
  • Craig  |   Virginia  |   Mar 6 2020
    Q. Do you require customer to give SSN for currency purchase?
    A. Yes.
  • Steve  |   Alabama  |   Feb 27 2020
    Q. I heard the sale of dinar outside of Iraq has been stopped. Has there been a change?
    A. We have not received any word that anything has changed with regard to the sale of the Iraqi Dinar (IQD).
  • Shelly  |   Calgary, Canada  |   Feb 25 2020
    Q. I have Dinar that I want to exchange. Where can I exchange these Dinars in Canada? Do you service Canadians?
    A. At this time we only serve customers in the United States. Unfortunately, we do not track Canadian exchange companies.
  • Steve  |   Alabama  |   Feb 13 2020
    Q. What is the minimum investment in the dinar?
    A. The minimum order amount varies from currency to currency, but at the time of this writing, $400 (USD) is our order minimum. Please bear in mind that this a minimum for the total order, which could include multiple currencies; e.g. $200 worth of Euros and $200 worth of Iraqi Dinar.

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