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  • How can I trust you? 9 things you should know before using a currency exchange

    How can I trust you? 9 things you should know before using a currency exchange

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    To help you safely navigate your options, we've identified 9 things you should know about your currency dealer before making a purchase. Read More

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  • Currency Scams: Staying Safe

    Currency Scams: Staying Safe

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    For every legitimate business offering currency exchange, there are numerous scams. This article outlines some of the prominent scam tactics witnessed in our 12 years in the industry. Read More

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  • Currency Revaluation or "Reval"

    Currency Revaluation or "Reval"

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    We would like to address some of the facts about the revaluation process and shed some light on the history of currency revaluations (and devaluations). As a preface to this discussion, we would like to reiterate that this article is a purely... Read More

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Q+A

  • Kevin   |   Florida   |   Feb 7 2017
    Q. How many dinar can a person hold and / sell? I heard a person can only hold one million dinars.
    A. Like any other currency, there is no limit on how much an individual may own. In terms of selling, we have a $5,000 USD limit for first-time customers selling currency back to us.
  • Anonymous  |   Feb 6 2017
    Q. Can you please explain the red/green Buy/Sell/Mkt info on your homepage? What is it telling me?
    A. The Buy rate is the rate we charge if you were to buy currency from us.
    The Sell rate is the rate we pay if you sell currency back to us.
    The Market rate is the rate that banks and financial institutions exchange the currency at.
    The rate is colored green if it has increased in the past day relative to the USD or colored red if it has decreased.
  • Rachel. Fannin  |   Freeport fl.  |   Feb 1 2017
    Q. Can u buy small amounts like 100,000 at a time?
    A. We have a minimum order amount of $250, so while you can buy 100,000 of one denomination, you'd need to buy another to meet the order minimum.