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Just noticed that someone didn’t pay the bills, so I went ahead, registered it, and now the domain forwards to this site.  I noticed that he likes to delete his old videos.  Maybe it’s because he has been wrong over and over again.  For instance:

He recommended the lower denomination notes, bad idea, the 50 dinar note was removed.
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He recommended opening a Warka account, people have had lots of issues getting their money back so great job there.

Here is one of Tony Breitling’s (Anthony Elder or Tony Elder) old videos, you can clearly see he had the link in the video image. On top of that, he promoted it through his Blogspot website:

Found these pictures of him:

Here is a screenshot captured from the video.  You can access the image here

Here are some court documents where Breitling was mentioned:

It’s pretty funny when you think about it.  He mentioned on many websites that people should “Check out the guys at the ISX Report” thinking people would be too stupid to see that Select Play Media was his.  Here is a screenshot of his archived YouTube account:


There are a lot of dinar guru websites out there that continue to post the same news from the same failed sources day in and day out. What is their true agenda? Do they keep in regular communication with their members? Do they always have the same callers on all the time? Are they always pumping products and currency sales or worthless trust packages? Do your research on everyone and please check out our advertisers:

Breitling currency is a term that people search for about 720 times on a monthly basis.  The Breitling blog would be his website on Blogspot, which is here:

His YouTube channel is here:
Tony Breitling is not his real name, it’s Tony Elder, but of course, people will search about 140 times each month for that so I’ll put it on this post.
Breitling Report is obviously the ISX Report, but the image below shows what it used to look like:

Here is what it looks like now:

Obviously, he doesn’t want to mention the ISX Report anymore.  Hey, maybe because I now own the domain, maybe he should change his image to this:

So now, Breitling Dinar is mine.  Let’s see how he responds.