_I'm not sure if this is the correct place to send you info, but here is my own mother's experience today (1/4/12) in a very SMALL town in Washington state. I just got off the phone with her, and she said it was okay to share it.
"I have my own bank story to tell. Today I went to Chase Bank and opened a checking account. I told the girl that was helping me that it was strictly for the deposit of my Iraqi dinars when they revalue. I asked her if she had any recent information about it, and she said no. She said they were not cashing in any right now but would be as soon as they were notified the revalue was in place. She said J___, the man who handles investments for the bank, was in the office at the time and she wanted me to meet him, so she went and brought him to the office. She told him when they got into the office that I was coming into some money. He sat down and asked me what type of investments I was thinking of, and I said I didn’t know yet. He asked if I was getting an inheritance, and I said no, I have Iraqi dinars. He didn’t bat an eyelash but asked me how many I had, then proceeded to describe several areas where I might want to invest. We visited a short time, then he went back to his office. Before I left the bank, the girl who was helping me said she would be my personal banker after the revalue. They obviously know it’s going to happen. Oh, yeah, they also said when they are able to cash in, that they will have to send the physical dinars to their corporate office for verification of authenticity. I asked where that was, and she said somewhere “near Iowa, or something.” They have their plans in place and are waiting, just as we are."