path7685 » October 11th, 2013, 5:55 pm • [Post 380] Small bank story
I and a friend went to our local Bank of Nova Scotia today. (live in Ontario Canada) We have spoken to them before about the dinar and have bought dong through them.
Today they said we can exchange our dinar there when the time comes. And today would offer approx. $448 to exchange 100,000 dong ( o.oo4484)
That is definitely more then we paid for it, but not yet what we are looking for. Just some info to encourage us all.
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Marineret22 » October 11th, 2013, 7:18 pm • [Post 16] Hello Path7685,
I read your bank story and i have a question. I use Coinmill.com to convert currency to USD. I plugged in 100,000 and got back $4.74. So my question is, how did the bank come up with $448.00? :hmmm: :hmmm: Family is there a better conversion chart i can use if i am wrong? Thanks, MR22
humminbird » October 11th, 2013, 7:29 pm • [Post 28]Sounds like thay had the decimal point wrong---this should br right ---$47-40 per million---sell price
path7685 » October 11th, 2013, 8:11 pm • [Post 45]We did not check her figures, it just looked to me that there were less zeros then there had been. We will check it more.
Thanks for all the responses. We will work on getting the most accurate info we can.
path7685 » October 11th, 2013, 8:25 pm • [Post 59] Small bank story again just for a quick check of the figures we were given: The bank lady gave is the rate of 0.004484
If you x that by 100,000 you get 448.4 (which I just tried) That is apparently what she did. Is that the right way to calculate this exchange?
We didn't take it because we figured that was now the new rate and there wouldn't be a difference to try and re-buy. Better for us to wait for it to go up more. That is what I know for now.
billuke wrote on Fri Oct 11, 2013 12:12 pm: DC Mayor is not pleased .............. LOL But who cares......... LOL!!! KTFA Frank
Frank - amazing that you mention the DC Mayor, this is what I posted on my Facebook a few days ago:
"Dem. Vincent Gray approached the Senate leader again and offered his remarks, prompting the “Don’t screw it up” comment.
Local television reporters began shouting at Reid: “What does ‘Don’t screw it up’ mean?” Reid ignored them and, surrounded by aides and security guards, walked away..." http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-politics/dc-mayor-gray-confronts-reid-on-capitol-steps-over-shutdowns-impact-on-city/2013/10/09/02577428-3103-11e3-89ae-16e186e117d8_story_1.html
Frank26 » October 11th, 2013, 8:21 pm • [Post 55] I will tell You something about The Mayor and what he did on The Rush Limbaugh show yesterday. Sunday is 99% blue Couch. KTFA, Frank
bills9898 » October 11th, 2013, 8:46 pm • [Post 69] Ok I swear this is the last time I am studying Iraqi holidays..................the US has a holiday on Monday October 14 which makes this a 3 day weekend.....
Iraq is celebrating EID Tuesday the 15th till Friday the 18th. So in essence their banks will not reopen until Sunday the 20th. We have a three day weekend and they have a five day weekend...........if banking holidays ever meant so much to me with this investment I guess next week would be the week of all weeks!
lp108 » October 11th, 2013, 9:38 pm • [Post 83] In the race between the cat and the mouse, the mouse mostly wins .... why ..... the cat is running for food ....... the mouse is running for its life .....never forget ..... Purpose is more important than need
alp108 » October 11th, 2013, 9:51 pm • [Post 88] To .... LIVE .... is the greatest joy in the world .....most people merely exist
Mikhail » October 11th, 2013, 11:56 pm • [Post 115] Frank, I saw your earlier comment that Sunday's cc will be 90% blue couch. Has there been a change of info accumulated since the notice of the emergency cc for Sunday? I saw that Washington is claiming to have found some common ground from the news earlier today.