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    Quote Originally Posted by Caviar Dreams View Post
    Found this on that other forum (posted today 21 Dec 06)...very interesting...any thoughts?
    Quote Originally Posted by bluezzguy View Post
    Seeing any of these reports just confounds me as well. I just now got off the phone, talked with my banker here at Chase in Wisconsin. They have NO such directive. I can still buy as many dinar as I wish to.

    If it is indeed critical to do business with that Chase bank, perhaps going up the chain of command.. branch manager, district manager.. on up, may get you the correct answer.

    Again, NO problem here in ordering more dinar.

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    Just an update from my Chase post yesterday. I placed my order at 2:00PM om Tuesday-my order did not come in until 3:00PM today. Has always been within 24 hrs. Order was entirely 10K notes. First that I have seen them. Not uncirculated but close.
    I took the assistant manager aside and asked her what was up with ordering dinar as far as who can, etc. She said she wasn't privvy to all of the memos-the main manager was on vacation. She did tell me that Chase has let all branches know to be very selective about who they sell to if they choose to at all. According to her, there has been some fraud issues and Chase is a little leary about selling Dinar. I brought up the fact about the security built into these bills-she stated she was well aware of the safeguards and also knew that the US had a hand in designing them. She informed me that at their location they will ONLY sell to established account holders. She also stated that there are established account holders that they will not sell to. I found that comment intersting. I'm not well versed in the banking industry, but I suspect some account holders may be "flagged". Could be questionable background, previous felonies, etc.
    Thought I would pass this along to the group. If I get a chance, I will pin down the manager when she is back from holiday.

    **this may not be all that interesting, but it's a hell of a lot better than all the eye gouging that's been going on here today.

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    Just an update from my Chase post yesterday. I placed my order at 2:00PM om Tuesday-my order did not come in until 3:00PM today. Has always been within 24 hrs. Order was entirely 10K notes. First that I have seen them. Not uncirculated but close.
    I took the assistant manager aside and asked her what was up with ordering dinar as far as who can, etc. She said she wasn't privvy to all of the memos-the main manager was on vacation. She did tell me that Chase has let all branches know to be very selective about who they sell to if they choose to at all. According to her, there has been some fraud issues and Chase is a little leary about selling Dinar. I brought up the fact about the security built into these bills-she stated she was well aware of the safeguards and also knew that the US had a hand in designing them. She informed me that at their location they will ONLY sell to established account holders. She also stated that there are established account holders that they will not sell to. I found that comment intersting. I'm not well versed in the banking industry, but I suspect some account holders may be "flagged". Could be questionable background, previous felonies, etc.
    Thought I would pass this along to the group. If I get a chance, I will pin down the manager when she is back from holiday.

    **this may not be all that interesting, but it's a hell of a lot better than all the eye gouging that's been going on here today.

    Well the Dinar was designed for the Iraqi's BY the Iraqi's. The US did not design, nor contribute to the design of the notes. Also Chase is a bank not a independently owned pizza shop. ALL CHASE BANKS BUY AND SELL DINAR. If you don't have an account, they charge you $5.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfletcher View Post
    Well the Dinar was designed for the Iraqi's BY the Iraqi's. The US did not design, nor contribute to the design of the notes. Also Chase is a bank not a independently owned pizza shop. ALL CHASE BANKS BUY AND SELL DINAR. If you don't have an account, they charge you $5.00
    i believe the $5.00 charge is an " currency exchange " fee, and does not matter if you have an account or not, not that it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike brown View Post
    i believe the $5.00 charge is an " currency exchange " fee, and does not matter if you have an account or not, not that it really matters.
    The Currency Exchange fee is the Price you are paying for it, about 1% over, or Under on selling. If you see, it is Higher than if you were in Iraq. But the $5, is the Non-Chase Account Holder fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike brown View Post
    i believe the $5.00 charge is an " currency exchange " fee, and does not matter if you have an account or not, not that it really matters.
    If you have an account, or a chase credit card the $5.00 is waived
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    Quote Originally Posted by neno View Post
    The Currency Exchange fee is the Price you are paying for it, about 1% over, or Under on selling. If you see, it is Higher than if you were in Iraq. But the $5, is the Non-Chase Account Holder fee.
    Neno, Would it be possible to have a "Chase is or isn't selling" thread. You and I know that they are, and I don't mind seeing an update from someone on what denom's they got or that the buy/sell rate has changed, as that is is solid info. However, everyday we see posts about a bank manager saying "we were told" this or that. Let me first say, I trust our rolclub brothers and sisters, and if they say they had that experience then I believe them. Fact is, Chase buys/sells, it's not branch to branch, it's not account or not it's not whether or not you look shady. So maybe if we had a thread for it then one post would not turn into 50+ on wether or not they sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfletcher View Post
    Neno, Would it be possible to have a "Chase is or isn't selling" thread. You and I know that they are, and I don't mind seeing an update from someone on what denom's they got or that the buy/sell rate has changed, as that is is solid info. However, everyday we see posts about a bank manager saying "we were told" this or that. Let me first say, I trust our rolclub brothers and sisters, and if they say they had that experience then I believe them. Fact is, Chase buys/sells, it's not branch to branch, it's not account or not it's not whether or not you look shady. So maybe if we had a thread for it then one post would not turn into 50+ on wether or not they sell.

    Sorry buddy
    Yes. and we do have one. But what I will do right now is go get it. Make a Sticky with it. And then move all these posts there. Cool.

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    Just an update from my Chase post yesterday. I placed my order at 2:00PM om Tuesday-my order did not come in until 3:00PM today. Has always been within 24 hrs. Order was entirely 10K notes. First that I have seen them. Not uncirculated but close.
    I took the assistant manager aside and asked her what was up with ordering dinar as far as who can, etc. She said she wasn't privvy to all of the memos-the main manager was on vacation. She did tell me that Chase has let all branches know to be very selective about who they sell to if they choose to at all. According to her, there has been some fraud issues and Chase is a little leary about selling Dinar. I brought up the fact about the security built into these bills-she stated she was well aware of the safeguards and also knew that the US had a hand in designing them. She informed me that at their location they will ONLY sell to established account holders. She also stated that there are established account holders that they will not sell to. I found that comment intersting. I'm not well versed in the banking industry, but I suspect some account holders may be "flagged". Could be questionable background, previous felonies, etc.
    Thought I would pass this along to the group. If I get a chance, I will pin down the manager when she is back from holiday.

    **this may not be all that interesting, but it's a hell of a lot better than all the eye gouging that's been going on here today.
    I don't understand what is the big deal.
    Money is money. It don't matter who you are as long as the exchange is paid for. When did peoples background have any to do with legal exchange of currency.
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    Just an update from my Chase post yesterday. I placed my order at 2:00PM om Tuesday-my order did not come in until 3:00PM today. Has always been within 24 hrs. Order was entirely 10K notes. First that I have seen them. Not uncirculated but close.
    I took the assistant manager aside and asked her what was up with ordering dinar as far as who can, etc. She said she wasn't privvy to all of the memos-the main manager was on vacation. She did tell me that Chase has let all branches know to be very selective about who they sell to if they choose to at all. According to her, there has been some fraud issues and Chase is a little leary about selling Dinar. I brought up the fact about the security built into these bills-she stated she was well aware of the safeguards and also knew that the US had a hand in designing them. She informed me that at their location they will ONLY sell to established account holders. She also stated that there are established account holders that they will not sell to. I found that comment intersting. I'm not well versed in the banking industry, but I suspect some account holders may be "flagged". Could be questionable background, previous felonies, etc.
    Thought I would pass this along to the group. If I get a chance, I will pin down the manager when she is back from holiday.

    **this may not be all that interesting, but it's a hell of a lot better than all the eye gouging that's been going on here today.
    Just to add my two cents to this. Went to Chase today to order some dinars where I have gone several times before. This time the teller asked me for my Chase account number. She had not done that before. She told me they had a change in procedures. They will only sell to account holders now and only to people that were previously buying from their branch. As with One Oar, the dinars were all 10K notes. Used to be they always gave you 25K notes. I see this as a good sign.

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    This is getting Interesting. I have sent two Buddys Today at work to the Chase I use and Know the Bank Manager. I will see what they had done tomorrow. Plus I will call the BM myself. I am surprised with all this news. As jsfletcher and I have had a different perspective of it. I will report tomorrow as I did'nt have time today. Thanks for all the Updates. I (am In Texas and jsfetcher is in Colorado. When you guys report in please post you State and maybe town too. this will help the Forum members. I might need to Change the Title of this Thread, cause we do have International Banks too with the other members as well. We will see.

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