Become a Millionaire Overnight? Currency Investing? (Watch the End)



Can you become a millionaire overnight investing in currencies? Absolutely, however only a millionaire in currency of that country! Don’t fall for this age old hard currency scheme – Iraqi Dinars and Vietnamese Dong are not a retirement plan!

As the story goes, these 2 countries have currency that is supposedly highly undervalued, and as their infrastructures and economies improve, their money is destined to gain in value. Simultaneously, as the US economy starts to struggle, US dollar might drop in value, and your box of foreign money becomes worth a lot more. Now obviously as these companies are selling the money at a premium they are motivated to give you best case scenario. Some suggestions were that eventually these currencies could be on par with the US dollar making you extremely rich.

So this is a brick of Vietnamese 1000 Dong notes. One million dong. Those of you in the cartels will know that a single strap of currency is 100 notes and a brick is 10 straps. That stands the same for any currency, and your total brick value will vary depending on the individual size of the banknote. So if you have a brick of US $100 bills you are doing OK. There are 100 notes per strap, and 10 straps total making this brick one million Vietnamese dong. If you have one of these you are a millionaire. At least a millionaire in Vietnam.
Now in the USA you have about $100 value, I paid a bit more for the brick than market value, because it is an uncirculated brick, but you can buy individual large denomination notes for as low as about $60 per one million Dong.

Some companies also suggest that Iraq may at some point in time revalue their currency which would make anyone holding Iraqi Dinars wealthy overnight. And these companies use the same old tactics, one company founder, Joshua Jay Hansen told investors, he was best friends with the president of the International Monetary Fund, had a special contract with the DOD and had a bank account with a $4 billion balance. He was arrested in 2016 and made to return 1.8 million dollars to investors. How can anyone raise 2 million from people when a single Google search yields dozens of warnings against this hard currency scheme

Now is it fun to give this as a gift? Sure. Fun to have it sitting on your desk? Sure. Fun to finally call yourself a millionaire without lying? Maybe. But the chance that the Vietnamese dong, or Iraqi dinar ever goes anywhere near the US dollar is highly unlikely. In fact despite the Vietnamese economy continually improving over the last few years, the currency has dropped even further. You will not become a USD millionaire overnight investing in these schemes, but you can easily become an Iraqi or Vietnamese millionaire!

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20 Comments

  • For example dinar or dong revalue and Country issued new banknotes, Can we exchange old notes to new from anywhere in the wolrd?

    Ahmed Raza
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • I watch Franchise City ALL THE TIME for investment tips, so why make a video praising an investment you don't believe in?🤔 I pulled the trigger and I bought so currency as soon as I saw Franchise City on my screen, only to go back and see the scam papers that you're putting up in the video that slid under the radar the first time. It's cool, im an investor at the end of the day so my currency would just sit in a lock box but next time please don't make an investment video that you personally don't believe in. thank you

    DEON LEWIS
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • what happened to the Kuwaiti dinar?

    Brian K
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • How would having a currency reset affect all of this? I am being told to invest in Dinar and Dong during this pandemic crisis as it may lead to an economic reset, which would give value to these other currencies. Is this possible?

    Chase Brooklyn
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • How much will you sell that VND?

    Uber Paul
    Posted May 23, 2020
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    ReyTheGreat809
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • You can became multi millionaire by investing crypto currency

    low roller scratcher
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • LMFAO. On my first deployment to Iraq we had a contractor who used to give us Dinar. I still have 5 million. Listen to this man. He is 1000% correct about Iraqi Dinar. It's not even good toilet paper

    Doit toit
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • The research of the Dong showed they were on track to raise in value over the past decades as it was doing, but later the country decided to manipulate its currency to cheat the markets. For many years now, their economy is booming and breaking GDP expectations. Trump is now forcing these countries who manipulate their currencies to start reflecting the true value, this includes Vietnam. As for Iraq, George Bush said that the war will pay for itself, and there's no way Trump is going to have the US take a loss on that country. The corruption that failed the Marshall Plan is being rooted out and their monetary policies with the assistance of the IMF and US Treasury is keeping them on track with the plan. The country is actually one of the richest in the world with little inflation and has more oil reserves than it's neighbor Kuwait, in fact, it rich with natural resources. I fully disagree with your assessment of the IQD and the Dong.

    gomez abel
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • Could you please do a video on beauty-parlor (non – franchise) ?

    Inderjeet Singh
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • Before you call it a scam you got to understand the history of Currency and what’s going on today in the world with Currency

    Jrboysun
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • The Vietnamese dong is a speculative investment. I don't think you'll be an overnight millionaire but you may see a return in your investment. It is no different than stocks, bonds or Cryptocurrencies. They are all considered speculative investments. No guarantees.

    1. Why would you buy Vietnamese Dong from a specialty exchange and not a US bank? Wells Fargo and Chase both sell VND because the currency is not under any sanctions.

    2. Why would you pay more than the current value of the currency? VND currently sells for about $42 per million dong.

    3. If you look at the currency manipulation list. Trump has threatened Vietnam because the value of their currency is grossly undervalued based on their trade.

    I think this video is misleading. People do your own research. The value of Vietnamese Dong will probably occur during the Trump administration. Phase 1 of the China Trade deal is implemented on February 14, 2020 and Trump wants all countries to use their own currency with a fair value.

    Also, buy your currency from the banks. If a currency is under sanctions, that is the only way you would need to go through a specialty exchange.

    April Bebee signing off! 👸🏽🐝🐝

    https://www.voanews.com/economy-business/how-vietnam-will-avoid-currency-manipulator-label-save-its-economy

    April Bebee
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • How do you explain the Kuwait’s dinar revaluation in 1991? It does happen…

    C W
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • How do you explain the Kuwait’s dinar revaluation in 1991? It does happen…

    C W
    Posted May 23, 2020
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    Jason Stagg
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • The DEVIL will try in EVERYWAY for you NOT to get your BLESSINGS…IT'S COMING.!..👼🙏

    Ayameyxii 88
    Posted May 23, 2020
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    jorge valencia
    Posted May 23, 2020
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    jorge valencia
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • All currency is fiat, none has any intrinsic value. I keep hearing people speak of countries returning to the gold standard. That is not possible and it wouldn't make sense economically. Like any investment there is risk associated with it; some a little riskier than others. Either way it's a risk. Like I was told by my mentor, don't invest anything you aren't willing to lose our what you cannot afford to lose. I don't see any issues with someone diversifying their portfolio in hopes to establish wealth. No one can predict what will happen, yet everyone is an expert.

    Andre Allen
    Posted May 23, 2020
  • Please speech on Iraqi dinar currently situation

    Haroon Rasheed
    Posted May 23, 2020

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