- Copertina flessibile: 48 pagine
- Editore: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (12 ottobre 2012)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 1479388483
- ISBN-13: 978-1479388486
- Peso di spedizione: 9 g
The Iraqi Dinar Revaluation Scam: What to do if you have bought or are being offered Iraqi Dinars (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 12 ott 2012
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About the Author As the youngest of ten children, I’ve experienced much in this life. A WWII vet, real estate investor, proud father and grandfather, I’d like to leave you with a snapshot from my childhood that formed me as much as anything. I learned early on the value of money. When I was young and started working, we didn’t have much. When I started making money (As I was the one of my brothers and sisters fortunate enough to have a job!) I would was to give money to my mother. On my payday I would give her the biggest portion of what I’d earned, and she’d look at me and say, “What do I do with this money?” I would reply, “I don’t know. It’s your money.” She’d never seen such a thing. Why did I do it? I just knew it was the right thing to do. No one had done this before, and neither had her husband. Every Payday this would happen. I’d give her money, and she’d ask what she should do. All of a sudden bills were getting paid, and she had a few dollars in her purse. She could now buy her favorite bread, and give to the Church. In her eyes, she was now a millionaire! For me, I would turn and go on my way, with a grin on my face. This was better than any vacation! And so says Nate the Elder
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I bought some Iraqi Dinar way back in 2004 or 2005. It's worth more today than it was when I purchased it so how is that a scam? Granted it's not worth much more maybe a few hundred bucks but most scams don't make you money in my experience.
Also, the Dinar is a product or a commodity. As long as you buy Dinar and you get authentic Dinar and your Dinar is not counterfeit you have not been scammed in my opinion. The only scam would be if you paid for Dinar and didn't receive it, if you paid for Dinar and got fake Dinar or if you bought into a Dinar hedgefund or other type of investment that didn't exist, do a Google search for BH Group Fraud or Scam and you'll see what I'm referring to.
I agree with the author there is a lot of fake rumors and hype out there about the Iraqi Dinar on various websites, forums, message boards and blogs. It's not the sellers of this currency hyping it up though, it's the buyers and it's amazing how rabidly people will defent their assertion that they are going to become millionaires off $1,000 worth of DInar they bought.
Anyone who thinks buying Dinar will reap a 100,000% return on their investment and they will make $12 million dollars off the thousand bucks they spent on Dinar is pretty gullible. Common sense tells you that just isn't gonna happen. We've all heard the old saying if its too good to be true it probably is right.
That said its not uncommon to try to buy something low and sell high to make money. People do it with stocks, precious metals and currencies so the idea of investing or gambling on a currency is nothing new. Anyone who thinks a return on something is guranteed or who believes 100,000% returns on your money are possible I have some ocean front property in Iowa I'd like to sell you.
The Dinar is not a scam, people have no-one to blame but themselves if they believe in these unfounded rumors and hype they read on the interent. It's almost comical you have Gurus who have been predicting a "revalue" literally every week for the past 8 years. Every week they are wrong yet people still hang on their every word and run out to buy Dinar when they make a prediciton for the 1000th time that the Dinar is going to revalue this week.
Anything could happen. Iraqi could fall back into civil war and this curreny could become worth nothing or maybe Iraq becomes more stable, gets their oil industry moving adn the currency gains in value. I wouln't be surprised if the Dinar went up a bit and I made a few grand off the deal but I have no illusions of becomming a millionaire off buying a few hundred bucks worth of Dinar.
There's several other titles here on Amazon about the DInar. If you want to read an optimistic view of the Dinar check out Iraqi Dinar RV Intel by Adam Montana. If you want to read some pessimistic stuff about teh Dinar check out The Iraqi Dinar Scam or Confessions Of An Iraqi DInar Dealer or What To Do If Your Offered Iraqi Dinar. I don't agree with them but they are all more well written and more factually based than this book.