Buy Dinar Currency Online
Online orders are limited to a maximum of $3,000 (USD equivalent) per day and a minimum of $200 (USD equivalent) for one order. The minimum purchase amount for each currency is $25 (USD equivalent) and up to five types of currencies can be added to one order. All currencies in your order will be sent in a single shipment and the delivery date will depend on availability of currencies.
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More information about ordering foreign currency online or by phone: The shipping and handling fee may vary based on the USD amount of foreign currency cash that you order. The shipping and handling fee will be added to your total order amount. We'll send you an email confirmation when your order ships. Note: Less common currencies may take longer to process and deliver, due to limited availability. Delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, and U.S. territories may take longer. A signature is required upon delivery. We do not deliver to P.O. boxes.
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US First Exchange provides the most secure platform for you to buy Iraqi Dinar online. We deal in over 20 currencies, including exotic currencies. All packages are insured at full value, and payments are processed the same day.
The value of the Iraqi dinar is unlikely to change before 2026. In March 2021, a spokesman for the Central Bank of Iraq announced that the currency would remain fixed for the next four years. Later that year, another government official confirmed that the exchange rate had been established in government budgets.
The value of the Iraqi dinar is fixed by the Iraqi government and does not change, unless the central bank changes the exchange rate. This means that the government decrees the price for sale and purchase of the currency.
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Many countries periodically take their currency notes out of circulation. New currency notes are circulated to replace the old ones and the old notes are then considered out of circulation. Typically, national banks will accept the old notes for a brief period of time and distribute only the new notes. Bank of America only accepts foreign currency bills that are in current circulation.
Mutilated currency is any currency that has been ripped, torn, taped, burned or substantially defaced. In many countries, merchants or banks will not accept these bills. Bank of America does not distribute or accept mutilated currency of any kind.
Bank of America, N.A. does not buy or sell Iraqi dinar banknotes or Vietnamese dong banknotes, and currently has no plans to offer this service in the future. You may have read on the internet or heard from friends that Bank of America, N.A. buys and sells these banknotes, or has plans to offer this service. This information is not correct.
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Recent changes by the Iraqi Central Bank of Iraq have dramatically increased the demand for Iraqi Dinar(IQD). This increased demand has put a strain on our international supply chain. The situation has directly affected our ability to process orders for this currency in a timely manner.We apologize for any inconvenience.We would like you to know that we will ship all orders on a first come, first serve basis.Also please know that because of the exchange rate change (and subsequent increase in demand) that our rates are subject to change at any time until you have paid.Once again, this situation involves only the Iraqi Dinar. We want you to know that we are doing everything we can to keep orders flowing and that we appreciate your business and your patience.
Whatever your needs, our role as a currency exchange is to facilitate your transaction as quickly as possible. Whether you select our two-day or overnight FedEx shipping options, we work to deliver your currency at the best rate possible.
Since its introduction in 2003, the New Iraqi Dinar has been subject to numerous scams. The most common of these is when someone claims insider knowledge of an imminent revaluation of the currency, usually with the understanding that interested parties buy the currency directly from the scammer. Occasionally, the existence of these scams is suggested as proof that the purchase or sale of the Iraqi Dinar itself is a scam under any circumstances.
In truth, the Iraqi Dinar is a perfectly legitimate currency for goods and services within the Republic of Iraq, and buying the currency is no more a scam than buying any of the other 78 currencies we exchange. For more information on the variety of scams connected to the Iraqi Dinar, see our Money Talks blog post.
We're helping you to stay informed with a free, dynamic Exchange Rate Alert service. You can now set parameters for any currency we exchange and receive alerts by email when changes occur. Additionally, we offer a constantly updating currency dashboard to provide a central location for rates and changes, useful information, and market data in a number of currencies.
In Tunisia, payment on e-commerce sites is organized by a secure payment server managed by Tunisian e-banking company Tunisie Monetique. Tunisian credit cards are not approved for transactions in currencies other than the dinar and therefore cannot be used for purchases made on foreign commercial internet sites. Debit and credit cards can be used for domestic internet payment for services, but cash on delivery remains the most common payment option.
In 2021, high-tech products, electronics, and household appliances were the most popular product purchases online followed by clothes, fashion accessories, and beauty products. Over 98% of e-commerce transactions were carried out in the largest cities of Tunis, Sfax, Sousse, and Gabes.
E-commerce has shown strong growth, stimulated by changes in consumption habits during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Ministry of Commerce, 9.9 million online transactions with a total value of $190 million were recorded in 2021, representing a 55% increase in volume and 66% increase in value, compared to 2020. But e-commerce represented just 0.16% of trade in goods and services in 2021, according to the National Institute of consumption (INC). The number of merchant sites affiliated with payment platforms reached 1,436 in 2021.
According to a 2019 web analytics study on Tunisian e-commerce sites, 46.2% of e-commerce traffic was generated from organic searches, more than 40% of online shoppers are men between the ages of 25 and 34, and 63% of online purchases is made from mobile devices.
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