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Vietnamese Dong (VND) Treasury Vault Tampa Dinar ripoffs and other prices

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A certain company has recently lowered their price, probably due to the fact that my site is now ranking for Vietnamese Dong, and also because they didn’t want a bad reputation.

Treasury Vault – Tampa Dinar – Both are charging way too much for Vietnamese Dong as is the BuyVND site, so just buy from your local bank. I don’t care if it’s Wells Fargo or Chase Bank, Citi or any bank, doesn’t matter.

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11 comments for “Treasury Vault

  1. Global Currency Reset
    November 19, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    Please give this video a thumbs up and always remember to comment and share
    the video, I want to stop people getting ripped off by these shady dealers!

  2. sam_lopez
    November 19, 2014 at 8:12 pm

    Like your videos. Very informative. From your perspective, will there be a
    revaluation? If so, whats a possible time frame?

  3. kierredestiny2
    November 19, 2014 at 9:35 pm

    And what is the purpose for buying VND??

  4. Value Machine
    November 20, 2014 at 1:55 am

    great vid

    November 20, 2014 at 8:09 am

    Awesome 🙂 nice video!!! I love it!! 

  6. Firebird7478
    November 22, 2014 at 1:13 pm

    I just purchased 2 million VND for about $135 at a local branch of TD. It
    was a relatively easy transaction. There was a small fee for each million
    purchased and a fee for small transaction under $250. Averaged out to $67
    per million VND. All the asked for was my DL for proof of ID.

    They had no information on GCRs and RVs. In fact the woman thought I was
    getting the VND for travel. I am one of two people who have come in to
    purchase VND and NOBODY has come in to discuss the Dinar.

  7. Dan Lovesdogs
    November 23, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    Nick, you’re killing it lately. Awesome intel here. One thing I want to put
    on your radar: a couple finance industry vets I’m speaking with are
    refusing to buy 500k VND notes. They’re extremely plugged in to what’s
    taking place, they definitely see this as a once in a lifetime event, and
    yet neither of them will touch the high denomination notes; one stating
    that there just won’t be a market for them post GCR; the other stating that
    new rules allow banks to discriminate liberally in FX matters come 2015. Do
    you have any thoughts about this? It’s actually spooked me enough that I’m
    trading 500k notes in for 50k and 100k’s instead. Anyway, keep up the great
    work, and thanks.

  8. James Jones
    November 28, 2014 at 9:21 am

    ON Nov 24, I bought a large quantity of VN dong at $53.80/M from a Chase
    bank near me. It was a smaller branch in a Strip Center. That was based on
    this Video. The first time I tried to buy at a much larger Branch, I was
    pretty much laughed out of the bank. He even made the comment “no we don’t
    trade that junk” We even had some stupid people coming in here looking for
    IQD Dinar. A couple of the other employees started laughing as I left the
    bank. Sure glad I decided to stop at the small branch and check what they
    said. They were very nice and attentive toward me. They took the order
    after looking it up and verifying the price. They told me it would probably
    be Wed. before it would arrive. To my surprise, I received a phone call
    from the bank on Tuesday. It was the branch manager and he informed me that
    my dong had arrived already and I could pick it up anytime. That afternoon
    I returned to the bank and did not get 10 feet into the door and the
    manager came to me and said I’ll go get your dong and be right back. He
    then met me at a window and counted out the dong for me.

    Although they did not acknowledge that they would be exchanging the money
    back, He did say he would appreciate it very much if I cared to open an
    account there. He knew I only had a Chase credit card, but no checking
    account. An account of either type is required to purchase/exchange for

    Another note, another major financial publisher is stating as a known FACT
    that the GCR will take place in March 2015, and the dollar will tank along
    with the US financial system. Although it could mean a windfall for many of
    us, maybe we should be careful what we wish for. Everyone losing their bank
    account, 401k’s and stocks, might not make for a happy world. It also might
    not make sense to exchange currency into dollars and they may be near
    worthless when the time comes. Sounds like a major catch-22 that will be
    difficult to avoid. It will just depend on the amount of time we have to
    exchange and reallocate the money to have a chance.

  9. Gineen Whiunui
    March 8, 2015 at 1:53 pm

    I live in Aussie and we dont have a Chase Bank so not sure whether we can
    purchase from a Bank.

  10. sc5252
    April 1, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    If you want to go to Vietnam, don’t bother to buy any dong in US, just
    bring US $, you can easily change to dong in Vietnam airport, no question
    asked. Probably much better rate than in US too. 

  11. samantha mason
    May 9, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    Is it good to buy dong at this time and will that revalue as the
    dinar?….I have a few

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