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Monday, 19 November 2012

Canadian Exchange info update

 This is just a quick update to assure everyone that we haven't disappeared.   I also wanted to let you know that when the "RV" goes live I will have some very exciting news for all our invested Canadian friends.  As soon as I get the green light, I will post very important exchange information for Canadians. 

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  1. Just wondering if you have received any updates on progress at all....

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    1. heard something happend in canada this weekend?

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  2. I wish there was someone out there in DinarLand that could give some info to us Canadians.

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  3. Okay here we sit - August 4th and the Dinar Recaps site indicates we are so very close....
    Do you Canadian Exchange info have any news to report? I'm thinking you have may have some updates since Nov 2012?
    Please give us an update.....

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  4. I can't believe people fall for this dinar scam over and over again...

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  5. Seems like a pretty bare site. News? What news?

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  6. Scam? What scam allows you to invest very little with the possibility of a handsome return and the assurance on never losing more than 20% if you want out? You prefer RIM ? Nortel? Maybe Briex? Go for it then. And stay out of here..... This site is for serious people who see Iraq's potential.

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  7. Is there now any news for us Canadians on the RV? Supposedly it's going down very very soon.

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  8. It was confirmed yesterday that 5 cities in US are doing private exchanges so it's started. Today I went to ATB (my business bank) and Scotiabank (personal) in Calgary and no luck. Scotiabank only does Dong. Calforex here doesn't do any Dinar or Dong. Any suggestions?

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  9. HELLO HELLO Anyone here?!
    Well those private exchanges were "Friends and Families" of the BANKERS!! Heads should roll for that. Bank employees caught on and went ballistic. Tellers are buying currrencies now and will probably threaten to quit. Then I suppose the banks will steal money from accounts to keep going!

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  10. Question for Canadians.. Are you aware that out banks since the 2013 budget are able to do a bail in? I am not sure if anyone has been asking about that.. and if the bail in only applies to personal accounts? or does it apply to Corporations as well.
    The other question I have is if a Credit Union is safer?

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  11. Is this site up up date or is it still in 2013

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  12. Is anyone watching OperationDisclosure/DinarChronicles? http://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.ca/2016/09/rv-alert-180000-edt-friday-september-2.html There is a RED ALERT going on while they wait for the 800#s today!

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  13. Getting current and accurate currency exchange vancouver rates is important, no matter if you are a trader or want to do conversion when traveling.

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  14. is this site still active, have not been on here for few years

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    1. Is there anyone out there?? I feel like we're finally almost there with all the recent news in Iraq! Where will we be able to exchange as I feel like it may just hit before Christmas finally!!! It's been a long ride... On another note, anyone know how this will be taxed when we do exchange? Capital gains?!?

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  15. Is there anyone out there?? I feel like we're finally almost there with all the recent news in Iraq! Where will we be able to exchange as I feel like it may just hit before Christmas finally!!! It's been a long ride... On another note, anyone know how this will be taxed when we do exchange? Capital gains?!?

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    1. There should be no tax. The Dinar is Cash and if you exchange your cash, not cashing out you have never seen a currency exchange being taxable in Canada to my knowledge. Not advising just expressing my 7 year investment understanding. Invested.

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  16. Hi Nelson41! Thanks for your opinion on the subject. That would be incredible if there should be no tax! I get what you're saying. Do you have any idea what banks will exchange? I got my Dinar from Scotiabank 12 years ago lol. Do you think most major Canadian banks will exchange once the Dinar is internationally exchangeable?

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