We just got this in to our Mail Bag today, and added it to our list of stories, but it is just so tragic and worth sharing to warn your friends and family to NOT fall for the Reno, Nevada Wells Fargo “IQD Cash-In” Scheme!!!
Here is the story we just received from a reader:
Name (handle): IQD Common Sense
Your Story About Being Conned…: My story is of a third party individual watching my father’s greed actually drive him to Reno, NV even after i called Wells Fargo Advisors and the other company that operates under the Wells Fargo name in Nevada.
First, I come from banking itself having worked at Wells Fargo for sometime a few years back. I pleaded he not give his IQD to a complete stranger i could not verify nor any old friends verify. So, lets just say he went and spent his money to drive down to met other individuals to collect and accumulate millions supposedly a billion IQD. I shook my head and told him Ill just hold onto my [XXX]USD in IQD. I have always been very cautious about this RV but knowing about banks and their ability to manipulate reserves or foreign currency in their vaults as a reserve… Long story short taking the dinar say 1mm and putting it in an envelope and after the RV finding the envelope that says 1mm yet in a RV or redonimation which is happening the 1mm becomes worthless or the CBI notes become worth 000 less unless the bank manipulates the value by saying they actually have the new IQD and banks now can just destroy the money after swift is used to electronically collect… I think personally its a huge bank scam or pumper scam, but i have [XXX]USD to make something if it really does pan out. we shall see.
Anyways, back to my original point. He keeps hearing that they are next in line and the GROUP before them cashed out at 12 bucks. too good to be true. I still have my money and he doesnt have his.
I think they do this in Nevada because of the gaming laws. THE IQD is not a recognized currency so it can be more or less a play money and I believe the scammers are using Nevada to shield them from prosecution. I would love to see what people sign when they hand them their IQD. probably says in fine print somewhere this is a game and is covered by Nevada’s gaming laws… [END]