Read an excerpt below.
The Iraqis began moving the money to Vincent’s briefcase. He was stunned. How in the world, he asked, did they expect him to get this past U.S. customs? “That’s your problem,” he was told. Vincent said he returned to his hotel and locked the door. Fighting panic, Vincent said, he left the next day by car for the border with Jordan and carried the bulging briefcase through security praying no one would search him. No one did. From there, he called Hamdoon begging for help. What was he supposed to do with all this cash? “He said, ‘Good luck. I hope you make it,”‘ Vincent said.
I wonder if this is what happens when Iraq Dinar currency smugglers goes through when he or she smuggles Iraqi Dinar currency across the borders of Iraq. I bet they don’t use briefcases and surely don’t have the Central Bank of Iraq stamp on the currency. However, they do say “Good Luck. I hope you make it.”
You’ll make it for now until very shortly when the new premier Iraqi government shutdowns a few loop holes and files formal complaints with others to stop the continued sales of Iraqi Dinar outside the country of Iraq.
Purchase all you can because it’s just about to dry up.