Well this is first hand with my very own bank story.
I've been going to the same **** bank in **** Florida for some time.
This branch had never sold dinar, and when asked, they really didn't know
much other than they were not dealing with it.
Today during my lunch break, I went to re-new the tags for my lawn trailer, and then to deposit my pay check at the **** bank branch in ****.
I was making small talk with the teller (****). They had installed new bullet-proof glass since the last time I had been there and some kind of device that spit out the cash/bills that I was getting cash back from. Thought the device kinda neat, never seeing anything like that in a bank before. Usually they just open a drawer for the cash.
Anyway, I asked her if they would be dealing with the Iraqi dinar when it revalues, and she said yes. I was surprised, as the other branch had always told me no. I then asked her if she knew when it might revalue, she hesitated and looked at the other teller who gave an odd look, then turned back to me and said no, that she did not.
I asked if there was any truth to the "green" screens and "swift codes." She quickly stated no such thing as a green screen, but did confirm swift codes. We both acknowledged that there was a lot of lies floating around on the internet.
She smiled and I walked out and went back to work.
Sorry, no happy ending.
Not yet anyway.