It should come as no surprise that most of the Dinar Gurus (Dinares Gurus) that you hear from regularly come from an MLM (Multi-Level-Marketing) background. Ever heard of the term pyramid scheme? That is the general idea.
I’m pretty sure that most of the readers of the different dinar websites think that these men and women are to be trusted, sadly, this is definitely not the truth.
Since around 2009, and with a spike in 2011, there has not been a shortage of dinar dealers and dinar guru websites. It makes sense, the dealers pay up to $5,000 a month to put a banner up on a popular dinar website. Here is a video of a website called IraqDinar.us being auctioned.
They mention that Dinar Corp, the same company recently shutdown by the FBI, is paying $2,500 twice per month to the owner of the website. What is interesting to note is that the auction of the site was done AFTER the FBI shutdown Dinar Corp.
Here was his (owner Robert Hauff) old Twitter account – https://twitter.com/IraqDinar1/with_replies 9/21/2015 was the last post.
Just be careful people, you can’t trust these guru guys.
More than 70 international firms have registered to compete for tenders to help develop Iraq’s oil reserves, the world’s third largest, the country’s oil ministry has announced. Major companies such as Royal Dutch Shell and Total have been positioning themselves for years to gain access.
Oil Ministry spokesman Asim Jihad said: “We are going to carefully study and check the documentation.
“Next month we will declare the companies which are permitted to work in the Iraqi oil fields.”
Iraq produces about 2.3 million barrels a day – a tiny fraction of its 115 billion barrels of proven crude reserves, surpassed only by those of Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Some oil companies have already signed deals with the largely-autonomous northern Kurdistan region.
This is a move which has angered the government in Baghdad, which has threatened to blacklist them and declare the deals illegal.
Companies from Europe, Asia and America are among those who have registered to bid for the contracts, Jihad added.
Shell and Spanish energy company Repsol are among those that have said they have expressed a firm interest.