by Eagle1 (Frankly Speaking) » August 18th, 2011, 6:51 pm • [Post 484]
Good Afternoon, Family!
Just thought you might appreciate a little humor and an update from BofA.
I've been continuing to keep the conversation going at our local branch concerning the RV of the Dinar. One of the tellers decided to do his own research -- especially after I advised the managers that the so-called "Scam Advisory" concerning the IQD coming out of their main Foreign Currency exchange department was, all by itself, a scam deliberately perpetrated by Geitner back in February of 2010 -- and decided to purchase some Dinar for himself. His family got in on the act, and they decided -- again after doing their own research -- that this might just be a good idea for them to do.
It looks like the conversation spread throughout the bank, and the Assistant Manager (yes, the same one who apologetically told me a couple weeks back that their Foreign Currency department was telling them to advise customers that the whole Dinar thing was a scam) decided she better get in while the getting was good. I went by the bank today just to let the teller know the latest news coming out of Iraq. He wasn't in today, but the Assistant Manager caught me and followed me outside the bank. She wanted to tell me that she had purchased some Dinar herself. Secondly she wanted to let me know that -- after all of the so-called "Scam Advisories" coming out of the Foreign Currency department in New York -- their branch had just received an advisory TODAY that Bank of America would be participating in exchanging the Dinar, and that they had received word from the Central Bank of Iraq to prepare for the announcement of the RV. I started laughing when she told me this, but she very soberly said, "I'm so sorry! I want to apologize for having to give you a false report concerning the Dinar. We should be able to help you cash in your Dinar in just a few days."
I couldn't help but continue laughing, but I thanked her for the information and told her that she was even farther ahead in her information than that which I had.
All my best to you,