Names have been changed to protect:
My brother (John) is an insurance agent. Their bank sells dong. John has been buying dong for himself and helping family and friends to purchase dong. You have to have an account with that bank in order to get their rate. Since the family and friends didn't have an account, he purchased the dong until they could get their account setup and they reimbursed him. He did this so much, the President of the Insurance Company he works for called him and told him to keep up the good work. He has setup more money market accounts than anyone in his state.
So the guy over the currency department at this bank (Mark) called John out of the blue. He has never done that; ever. Anyway, Mark called to talk to John about what he was doing. Mark was okay with that but he really had a more important question he wanted to ask. Mark then asked John, "are you the Dinar Man?" John has not told anyone at that bank or any bank that he purchased Dinar. I guess Mark suspected if all these people have dong, they probably have Dinar. Anyway, John proceed to tell Mark that he had dinar and how he got it. Mark asked John, "do you know the rate?" John just told him the rate that he bought it at. The call ended.
10 minutes later, John's brother-in-law (Frank) called him. Now Frank used to work with BOA for years. Frank purchased dinars and would call his contact in the currency department at BOA to get an update. The currency department lady from BOA called Frank and told him, "this thing is going down Monday." Frank called John to tell him this. Frank has never called John on his job before. Ironic that he called 10 minutes after the call from the other currency guy at his bank.
That's my story.