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    new business

    I'm trying to figure out if www.freedinar.com is a legitimate business opportunity.

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    Re: new business

    the concept is legit...the iraqi dinar will properly revalue itself in about 10 to 15 years...so it would be a lond term investment...........the only issue is whether this company is legit or not. Has anyone gotten their holdings of currency from them?? would'nt it be better to go to a currency exchange and buy foreign currency yourself?

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    Re: new business

    Yep you're better off exchanging yourself.

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    Re: new business

    I agree...the investment is legit, but this particular site is not IMO...

    Keep this in mind, once the revalue happens (much less then 10-15 years IMO) you will be able to go to your local bank that does currency exchanges and do it with them...for a price of course...

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    Re: new business

    Quote Originally Posted by mfriedl1
    I agree...the investment is legit, but this particular site is not IMO...

    Keep this in mind, once the revalue happens (much less then 10-15 years IMO) you will be able to go to your local bank that does currency exchanges and do it with them...for a price of course...
    I may have exaggerated when I said 10-15 years, but my point is that this is not a short term investment. For a currency to revalue it's economy has to stabilize enough for the world bank to trust that it can pay debt. In iraq, this won't happen probably for another 5 years, while the government settles in, and the world takes away the assigned stigma of the Bush administration's fingerprints off this country's economic policies.

    Once again, long term investment

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    Re: new business

    Quote Originally Posted by peno asslace
    I may have exaggerated when I said 10-15 years, but my point is that this is not a short term investment. For a currency to revalue it's economy has to stabilize enough for the world bank to trust that it can pay debt. In iraq, this won't happen probably for another 5 years, while the government settles in, and the world takes away the assigned stigma of the Bush administration's fingerprints off this country's economic policies.

    Once again, long term investment
    I agree, some people have been invested in it since Oct 03 when currency was released....could be anytime. days, months or years......and maybe not at all...but I'm betting it will make me a profit someday.

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