[xyz] Dinar Deception Driven by False Hopes, 5/28/2013 @ 10:56AM I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the Iraqi dinar features the ancient Tower of Babel. The monument symbolizes how people can hear different languges, when the message is essentially the same.
The Iraqi dinar is still being sold to thousands of unwitting buyers. The country is still in trouble politically and economically. The currency keeps losing value to the dollar. It is not traded on any legitimate foreign exchange
[Jane] ..sounds like Forbes is saying buyer beware...but come on... Governments are involved here... They just using scare tactics IMO....
[Jane] ...although he does state the obvious..
[BOBGETZ6] Jane At best, this is a speculative investment and most who buy in, are not aware of that fact.
[BOBGETZ6] xyz That is a well written article from Forbes, and in some cases, he does have a point. He may not have studied the subject as much as he should before publishing.
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[Jane] True....but hi risk of loss. Isn't as great as the overall outcome....for me anyway. :)
[Jane] Odds..... Imo
[capt ron] If there was low risk in our iqd speculation, the price right now wouldn't be 1000 usd=1million iqd.
[perky2] capt ron I know this, if it is a scam, my ex will kill me for making him lose $100 on lay away. lol
[BOBGETZ6] Jane Where else, at least to this point, can you get back over 75% of your investment if you feel it is bad and want out?
[Jane] Bob yes. That is my point.
[perky2] BOBGETZ6 thats for now according to the dealers, but couldn't they be indicted for fraud if it's not ture
[Jane] No risk...just the waiting it out... Imo
[BOBGETZ6] perky2 I doubt it as they are not perpetuating the investment. They are legally selling currency.
[hardtorecall] I just got here. Now were tlaking scam? What's the deal?
[BOBGETZ6] hardtorecall No, not talking of a scam, at least not me.
[capt ron] htr the Forbes article does nothing to my opinions other than to lower my opinion of the rigor of Forbes writers.
[hardtorecall] capt ron Did Forbes do an article on the dinar?
[BOBGETZ6] capt ron He did not thoroughly investigate the matter. Typical journalism.
[capt ron] The Forbes guy better be careful....
[capt ron] ...he might get investigated by the IRS.
[BOBGETZ6] capt ron Would love to be viable enough to be in that position.
[capt ron] you will be.
[BOBGETZ6] capt ron Tell me when daddy, please.
[goin4broke] BOBGETZ6 capt ron good morning. Bob be careful what you wish for as some do come true.
[BOBGETZ6] goin4broke I mean now, not later. :-)
[goin4broke] BOBGETZ6 Oh so you want it in the same time frame I do?? ha ha
[capt ron] Bob, when I see a supposely rigorous Forbes reporter put out under-researched anti-dinar stuff in print, I say that your wait is almost over.
[BOBGETZ6] capt ron You have been right before.
[goin4broke] capt ron I like your take. Remember dumb and dumber. Carey asks the girl what are my chances with you and she says one in three million, he responds so your saying there's a chance. ha ha
[capt ron] hah.
[capt ron] I like the scene with the tongue stuck on the frozen ski lift bar the best.
[capt ron] Jeff Daniels I think.
[capt ron] Jack Daniels' brother.
[xyz] NY indictment filed in USD 6 billion money-laundering case | 28 May, 2013, 09.34PM IST cms The founder of a Latin America-based currency system and six other people were indicted in the United States in a USD 6 billion money-laundering scheme, authorities said. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan were expected to announce the charges this afternoon. ...Arthur Budovsky is the founder of Liberty Reserve, a currency system long favored by cybercrime scammers. He was arrested in Spain on Friday. There also were arrests in Costa Rica and New York.