Platinumrunway :Just got back from CurrencyMart having some great sales, these sales prices were amazing.
The ding DONG’S were BOGO amazing price!!
In the jewelry section The cubic ZIMconias , had an amazing rate yet I was told it was a must have for the season.
The rockin RIALsodas , buy a case and you had a steal of a deal. On ruby red Rupiah at first glance was not a lot to talk about, but picked up a few just in case!
Markster: Plat did they have dinarings
Platinumrunway : Forgot to mention the DINAR rings…all i can say is OMG!!!!!
Platinumrunway : Btw Currency mart is not real guys it was an analogy
Flybaby777: zim notes were actually printed on bond paper so they would be bonds to those getting them back at a very much much higher rate….. taking the money out of the swift system which is owned by the cabal .. cps system can’t be manuplated (sp)
Dusty: When you exchange it as a currency–it is taken and used as a bond back…. All currency- in essence is a bond of sorts…. The ZIM was printed on bond paper in Germany for Zimbabwe
Uni345ty: So Dusty what does that mean to us ?
Dusty: Nothing!! It will exchange just like currency–it will be used as bond after we exchange–makes no difference to us –right
Oniros: GE to all just came in…the Zim is considered a historical Bond… t is worth more bc it is a Bond
Yada: Dusty ,,,Im glad you explained it that way because some are lead to believe they will be able to demand over $2.00 for their zim,,,
Dusty: I think realistically–depending on how much other currency is exchanged–when you exchange–I think 10-15-20 cents per Zim is realistic–if you negotiate
Stephen77: IMO Anyone who just asks what the rate is for the Zim when exchanging will be told it is 3 cents and will get screwed, blued, tatooed and reviewed!
There’s absolutely no harm in asking! Remember – they don’t want you leaving without exchanging so don’t be shy. This is one time only opportunity.
Here are the rates that I was told are available. Dinar: $3.41 up to around $8 Dong: $2+ up to $6 Zim: .03 up tp .36 ( maybe up to .57)
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