Treasury Vault and Dinar Daddy have been closely linked together for more than a few years. Treasury Vault used to be known as the Currency Vault, and if you put thecurrencyvault.com into your browser, it will redirect to the Treasury Vault homepage. The site sells Iraqi Dinars and other currencies such as the Mexican Peso, Vietnamese Dong, and more. The buy currency, they sell currency, and they have reserve programs, which I really don’t recommend.
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The website makes money by selling the Vietnamese Dong, which, though only costs about $54 when purchased from a local bank like Wells Fargo or Chase, for nearly double with shipping. It’s the ignorance of the public that allows them to do this.
Many people don’t really even read, they just click buy and will gladly sell a US Dollar to buy the peso, the pound, the dinar or any other currencies, but they don’t bother to compare prices first.
Regarding denomination, some pumpers tell you to purchase lower denomination notes, you can buy any denomination you want, it doesn’t matter. It also doesn’t matter if you buy circulated or circulated notes.
If you came here looking a promo code, complaints, reviews or their address, I’m not your guy.
So Roger Dorman runs the Dinar Daddy website, and his wife Angela Dorman runs Treasury Vault according to her Facebook page (see the screenshot above). So there is no denying that the main purpose of the Dinar Daddy website is to pump dinar for Treasury Vault, if that is not true, then the links to the vault need to come down.
Next is his wife, Angela Dorman, who owns Treasury Vault. the dinar site.
Here is her Facebook Page