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IQD - Iraqi Dinar

On May 3, 2007, the IMF released a statement in relation to the international compact with Iraq, which has turned the tide in regards to speculation on the Iraq dinar. The contents of the article discuss changes made in Iraq on the economic front of how the Iraq government had eliminated fuel subsidies. The article also stated that the Central Bank of Iraq had raised interest rates in an attempt to allow a gradual appreciation of the dinar in an attempt to fight dollarization of the Iraq economy. Although there are claims of widespread optimism of some language used later in the press release among some dinar speculators, there have been no publicly released statements or analysis by any news sources or governments.

In response to the growing concerns with fraud and scams related to investment in the Iraqi Dinar, State agencies such as Washington state, Utah, Oklahoma, Alabama and others have issued statements and releases warning potential investors. Further alerts have been issued by news agencies.

The Better Business Bureau has included Dinar Investments in its list of top 10 scams. There has also been a book written on the subject.

These alerts warn potential investors that there is no place outside of Iraq to exchange their Dinar, that they are typically sold by dealers at inflated prices and that there is little to substantiate the claims of significant appreciation of their investment due to revaluation of the currency.

Remember the words, "silence is golden".

The effort to give the impression to the public that investing in the Iraqi Dinar is a scam is a major red flag. Why the effort? Because the powers that be do not want the majority of the common public to become wealthy. Think about it.

We live in a dangerous and mischievous world. There is nothing telling you that the information you receive is de facto or null and void.

"Nothing is true, everything is permitted."

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