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Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Ponee on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:41 pm

 A member has asked me if we know of any places to cash out in Georgia when the time comes.  Does anyone have an answer for them?

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Rainmaker on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:56 pm

You can sell them on ebay for about 1/2 what you paid for them

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Horizon on Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:03 pm



I know, I know...."At the Bank"!!!! Just kidding, I just being silly!!!!

I would think that when the 800 numbers come out they will tell where to go, or there has to be some big bank that does currency exchanges.

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Kevind53 on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:31 pm

Not sure I buy into the 800 number scenario, but I imagine that you will be able to exchange at any bank that deals in international currency exchange. Alternatively, most dealers state they will buy it back. Shop around and find the best deal.

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by wpsmit on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:36 pm

At WF of course!

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Jayzze on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:46 pm

i hate to rain on your  parade but until many laws that are being stalled you will not be cashing in in the near future so i would not worry about it
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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by clayf on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:16 pm

@wpsmit wrote:At WF of course!
Good one"yeh" WF thats the ticket...but seriously I remember D-trade was the guy that is  suppose to be set with some office in that area.....I should have already been to that office 3 years ago...atleast (I Had ) thought I would have been ,guess not yet..
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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Ponee on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:23 pm

Well that is better than the few weeks when they were telling us we had to go to IRAQ !!!   Or was that for our Warka accounts... ya i think that was it .  IF you have a Warka account you were going to iraq.  Scarey thought

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by PALMER01 on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:28 pm

I will go, if I can bring my own AK47, and IED's.
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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by dinarstar on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:39 pm

I do not believe in any 800 #'s either,or groups,IQN or VNN... now the latest from okie-pokie, or any other mumbo-jumbo.


When it becomes internationally accepted and traded on forex,I reckon all banks dealing with forex transactions will take care of it.


I do think one may need to deposit the currency into an account if it is a large transaction,and could perhaps exchange a lower denomination for cash after it is authenticated...just my opinion,but then again,who really knows??

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by clayf on Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:49 am

Yes that is right DinarStar , nice and crispy 5's being deposited(wonder what kind of sound that is going to make)     sarcastic
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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Horizon on Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:05 am

I don't know if it will be 800 #'s or not, but personally I will just go to the bank.  I don't really believe we have to call, unless we just want to make an appointment with the banker.  I have been told when it RV's come on in and they will exchange, no appointment necessary, that was from Chase.


I really think that if there is an 800 number, it will just be an easy way for WF to get our business.  They are making people believe that you have to call the 800 number to cash in, and they are giving you the high rate. It's just a catch for WF to get most of the business. Just my thoughts!

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by Daox13 on Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:01 am

Yes WF have their "cash out" box open... but because of the tensions right now and VIP banks giving special rates, they have disguised their box as an ATM and the slot you need to put your Dinars in says " envelope only"... put your dinars in there and stand and wait for your special rate.


THIS JUST IN " Due to a glitch in the system the new "cash out" boxes are taking long then expected to exchange the currencies... Please continue to patiently stand outside the boxes in a neat and orderly fashion and allow others to deposit their dinars while you wait for the machine to process yours. Please do not hesitate to continue to feed your dinars in the boxes even if you hear nothing coming from the box."

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Re: Where to cash out in Georgia?

Post by pama on Mon Oct 07, 2013 3:08 pm

Go to your bank. They will want your business. If they can't cash it out for you, they will help you find someone who will.

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