(The previous 2 posts have some of this information, not sure who said what first, but here it is.)
[4:10:16 PM] chicks2011: Ok Everyone....I just got off the phone with the corporate call center for First Convenience here in Texas and she did verify that they have stopped selling IQD today! Just passing it along.... (2 other confirmations of First Convenience Bank stating they got Corporate Memo to stop selling.)
[5:25:30 PM] DinarWishes: 2 OF THE BIG 4 JUST GOT NOTIFICATION TO STOP SELLING THE IQD AND 2 SMALLER BRANCHES JUST GOT NOTIFICATION TO STOP SELLING AS WELL!!!!!!
[5:25:53 PM] DinarWishes: THIS IS HUGE
[5:27:02 PM] DinarWishes: DEALERS GET THEIR SUPPLY FROM THE CBI AND THE BANKS GET THERE SUPPLY FROM THE UST
[5:27:38 PM] DinarWishes: JONNY IS IN ROUTE TO COME BACK HE GOT THE WORD AND WE CHECKED IT OUT AND HE IS AWAY FROM HIS COMPUTER
[5:29:18 PM] DinarWishes: I DONT WANT YOU TO CALL THE BANKS LEAVE THE BANKS ALONE AND LET THEM PROCCESS THE INFORMATION
[5:30:31 PM] its happening Bro George said it would
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[5:39:26 PM] (alreadyblessed): 5:30 EST~~ TONY UPDATE - First Convenience Bank and First National in Texas along with Chase and Wells Fargo have received ORDERS to stop selling dinar within the last hour. Although some banks quit selling ON THEIR OWN a while back, NOW they are being DIRECTED to stop...there is a SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE!
[5:42:36 PM] DinarWishes: WF, CHASE, 1ST CONVIENIENCE, AND 1ST NATIONAL ARE THE BANKS THAT GOT THE ORDER TO STOP SELLING... WE WENT INTO THE 1ST CONVIENIENC AND THEY SHOWED US THE COMUNICATION THAT SAID TO STOP SELLING
[5:50:01 PM] DinarWishes: JONNY IS ON THE PHONE WITH ME HE IS VERY EXCITED AND WANTS YOU ALL TO STAY GROUNDED AND REMAIN CALM.... THE BANKS HAVE GOTTEN ORDERS FROM THEIR CORPORATE OFFICES TO STOP SELLING THE IQD....
DinarWishes: WE HAVE VERIFIED THIS WITH ALL 4 BANKS
DinarWishes: IM BACK AND JONNY IS ON THE PHONE AGAIN AND JUST INFORMED ME THAT ONE OF THE BANKS JUST GOT NOTIFICATION THAT THE VND WAS REMOVED FROM SALES AS WELL
[6:17:22 PM] RayRen's Take on this:
rayren98: tbull - No, it's a corporate directive....which had a specific purpose attached to it. I don't know what that was but banks don't usually decide to stop selling something that people are continuously buying on a daily basis WITHOUT A DARNED GOOD REASON!