What is the truth about the Iraqi Dinar? Why do so many dinar guru folks like to pretend like they understand what is really happening in Iraq? Is there some kind of secret pact between the dinar gurus and the currency dealers? The answer should not surprise you as recent court documents have proved that Terryk, from the Get Team, lied to listeners during calls and chats.
He falsified information, dates, rates and more. He would pump people to buy dinar reserves, then turn around, email the dinar companies and basically say, “See what I did? You should get lots of business now!”
Don’t believe me? The court documents are out there, it’s no secret.
Last Updated On: November 11, 2015
By: Nick Giammarino
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There are lots of people who claim to be dinar guru guys. What is the truth about them? Do people like TNT Tony of TNT Dinar actually get paid to pump dinar? What is the end goal of these dinar dealers? Find out now.
Before you go out and buy Iraqi dinars make sure you know that the news you are receiving on the revaluation is not always true. The RV in, and of itself, deceives many people on a daily basis. You might hear about the dinar as a good investment, however, since the exchange rate is so low, and since the guru predictions have been wrong since 2010, I gave up on the dinar as an investment. You don’t have to take my approach. Think back to when Wells Fargo was publishing memos on the dinar scams, they flat out told people, “We are not exchanging dinar, avoid the dinar as an investment.” You can search for these documents right now, Wells Fargo Advisers posted at least three different memos regarding the Iraqi dinar.
The Dinar recaps site and the dinar guru site are very different. The guru one simply posts dates, adds a small snippet of news, and doesn’t really allow you to comment unless you received their members only newsletter. The recaps site is different in that you can post comments for the most part on any post they make.
Whether or note either site is a better site is simply a matter of opinion. Both of the sites keep their personal information hidden, and I can understand that as I was the same way. I didn’t tell anyone my name for a few months, but decided that I had nothing to hide. I almost started my own forum before I realized I had no experience with that kind of platform, so I didn’t do it.
There is a lot of what you might call in-depth reporting by the gurus, but most of it is just lies. Okie oil man was very well known for putting out fake warnings that the dinar had revalued, as far back as 2011 he made these claims, all lies.
Frank26 tries to get the Christians (which I am) into buying the dinar from him. He even sold reserves at one point. Right now, Frankly Speaking does his weekly calls and multi level marketing pitches. I understand the guy needs to make a living, but lying to people and then getting paid for it? That’s a scam folks, no ways around it.
Regarding dinar options, do not buy these, like dinar reserves, you don’t actually have possession of the physical currency, so avoid these.
Other IQD sites I enjoy are the DinarDaily type sites that allow you to post whatever you like, sites like these are well managed and worth joining, especially if they are free.
I will get into more detail as time passes, but I hope for now, I woke some of you up.