Sell or Exchange your Dinar with SafeDinar.com
When we founded our company in 2004, we offered two exclusive services: buying and selling Iraqi Dinar. Nineteen years later, the Iraqi Dinar is one of 79 different currencies we exchange and remains among our most popular offering. Throughout it all, we have maintained a spotless A+ BBB rating.
The Iraqi Dinar
While the history of the Iraqi Dinar goes back to 1932, the New Iraqi Dinar currently in circulation was implemented by the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) in 2003. This is the sole variety of Dinar exchanged on SafeDinar.com. In 2014, additional security features were integrated into Dinar banknotes, but these changes have no bearing on the value of the notes.
Why Sell to SafeDinar.com?
Whatever your needs, our role as a currency exchange is to facilitate your transaction as quickly as possible - typically 1 business day, the fastest turnaround in our industry - while providing you the best rate for your currency. We rely on FedEx for priority overnight delivery.
How Much Is The Iraqi Dinar Worth?
The rates we offer are determined by the current exchange rate set by the CBI, as well as the quality of your Iraqi bank notes, among other factors. Please review our note condition guidelines to determine the category by which your Dinar will be treated.
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Is Selling Iraqi Dinar a Scam?
While the majority of currency-related scams pertain to the buying of currency, we feel it is important to raise this issue. The Iraqi Dinar is a perfectly legitimate currency for goods and services within The Republic of Iraq. When receiving your currency, we use a third-party, professional armored services company with decades of experience in handling international currency to receive, count, verify and grade your currency.
Selling your Iraqi Dinar is no more a scam than buying or selling any of the other 79 currencies that we exchange. The potential for a "scam" comes into play when a buyer or seller misrepresents their own "inside knowledge" of a sudden, dramatic future change in value, or exhibits any of the scam tactics outlined in our Money Talks blog post.
Sell Your Dinar Now
The FAQ below should handle many of your Dinar-related questions. If not, simply click the chat bubble on the bottom-right of your screen to make use of our live chat service, or contact us directly via email.