Sell Vietnamese Dong

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    Select the Denominations

    Select the currency and denominations you want to sell.

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    Select the # of Notes

    Enter the total number of notes you want to sell.

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    See the Price Range

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Sell or Exchange Your Vietnamese Dong with Currency Liquidator

When you're ready to sell or exchange Vietnamese Dong, you'll want to receive the very best exchange rate. The more you know about the currency marketplace, the better you'll do when you sell your Dong. Below are some things to keep in mind when you sell VND.

Exchange or Sell Your Vietnamese Dong

Once you've decided to sell or exchange your Dong (VND), you should do an inventory and count your banknotes. Check the notes carefully because some of the older banknote series have similar colors for different denominations.

If you purchased the Dong over several orders or times at different in various batches, you may decide to add those purchase prices together so you'll know the average price paid. That will give you a better idea of how much you’ll receive when you sell.

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When you decide to exchange Vietnamese Dong, you should check the physical condition of your notes. And, it’s best to organize your banknotes according to denomination and whether they're circulated or uncirculated notes. You may have a combination of both kinds. To learn more about how we grade notes view this site.

In 2003 the State Bank of Vietnam began issuing polymer banknotes in the following denominations: VND 10,000 and 20,000 and 50,000 plus the higher-denomination notes that are generally favored by businesspeople and Dong collectors, namely the VND 100,000 note as well as the 200,000 and 500,000 notes.

Although there are some banknotes from earlier series still circulating in commerce within Vietnam for local commerce, most Dong owners in the U.S. have banknotes from the 2003 series and later series.

The State Bank also oversees the minting of Dong coinage, although most of the coinage nowadays is for collections rather than for commerce. Banknotes are preferred for typical commercial transactions.

In order to exchange Dong with confidence, you'll want to confirm whether your banknotes are circulated or uncirculated.

Uncirculated banknotes are ones which haven't yet been used in business – They're clean, crisp and free of any marks. These notes have come directly from the bank, and haven’t seen any commerce.

Packages of uncirculated banknotes are sometimes still covered with the plastic in which your currency dealer received them from the bank.

Circulated banknotes are ones that have been handled in daily commerce. These notes have been traded back and forth during local business transactions. The appearance and condition of circulated Dong currency may range from barely used to heavily worn.

Even though both grades of currency are accepted at equal face value for daily commerce, notes which are heavily worn or badly soiled may be discounted by some dealers. It’s a matter of appearance, even though the face value remains the same.

Still, the best currency dealers always offer a reasonable price for buying both circulated and uncirculated Dong notes.

Vietnamese Dong Exchange Rate

During the past few years, observers of Vietnam's economy have been watching the Vietnamese Dong exchange rate. They’ve been expecting some changes to the exchange rates.

The Vietnamese economy is booming, especially its oil industry and manufacturing sectors. And, the government’s relatively conservative monetary policies have earned praise from economists worldwide.

Meanwhile, both regionally and globally more people are taking notice of Vietnam's success story – The country is a rising star of the G20 group of nations, and its annual economic growth rate places it among the world's top ten fastest-growing economies.

The country is resource-rich with:

  • oil
  • coal
  • minerals
  • metals to be mined

Yet, it also has great economic balance with its broad, deep manufacturing base. Vietnam truly has the best of both worlds: Natural resources and high technology.

Just like the exchange rate for any other kind of currency, the Vietnamese Dong exchange rate ultimately depends on the strength of Vietnam's economy. The stronger the nation's economy becomes, the stronger the Dong should be.

International oil companies and computer manufacturers are expanding their operations rapidly. During the past ten years, hundreds of foreign firms have established a presence here.

Most of these international companies have long-term development plans. They've chosen Vietnam because of its opportunities for fast growth and outsize gains. These large companies have plenty of financial staying power.

On the other hand, individual Dong owners are often faced with unexpected events and circumstances which lead them to change their plans.

Many of them eventually decide to redeem their currency and obtain cash for short-term needs instead of waiting for future exchange with Currency Liquidator.

Immediate Sale

If you need cash for unforeseen expenses such as medical bills, travel, or educational costs, then you should think about selling your currency.

The Vietnamese Dong exchange rate you receive depends on which dealer you sell your currency to. By working with Currency Liquidator, the leading dealer, you're guaranteed to receive a best-price offer when it's time to sell your Dong.

Vietnamese Dong Value

What's your Vietnam Dong worth today? If you're ready to sell Dong you should first check the pricing at a top currency exchange. You'll find that the best dealer offers a full range of guarantees for both selling and buying Dong.

Industry leader Currency Liquidator delivers a comprehensive authenticity guarantee as well as an innovative buy-back program which guarantees you'll be able to sell currency quickly and easily anytime you want to exchange Dong.

This guaranteed buy-back program means you'll have a willing, instant buyer at a fair price when you decide to sell VND. You can be confident that you'll receive the best Vietnamese Dong value.

How to Sell Your Vietnam Dong

Once you decide to sell all or part of your Dong collection, you should consider the best strategy – Some Dong owners choose to sell some of their banknotes, while others faced by financial emergencies may decide to sell all their foreign currency.

Still, depending on your own needs you may decide to include all your Dong in one sale.

Where to Sell My Vietnamese Dong

At first, it may seem difficult to sort through the noise and clutter of online currency dealers in order to find the best place to sell your Dong. There are many small, marginal dealers who may not be able to provide adequate customer support.

Worse, most of the small dealers rely on bigger dealers to provide them with currency for sale. Generally, these smaller companies are unable to offer you anything near a fair price when you need to sell.

Instead of working with a questionable dealer, when you're ready to sell your Dong or any other currency you should work with a leading dealer that can offer the best price.

You should only work with a professional dealer that's well-established and has a long track record, such as Currency Liquidator.

Another winning advantage of selling Dong to a leading dealer is that you'll have enough confidence and peace-of-mind to ship your currency package to that dealer, sight unseen.

A top dealer pays quickly, and you'll receive the appropriate Vietnamese Dong exchange rate.

Should I sell my Vietnamese Dong?

Before you make any kind of business decision, it's always best to do your homework to ensure you're making the right choice and consult a licensed third party. When you're deciding whether to sell Dong, there are several factors to keep in mind –

  • How much money you need right now
  • Whether to sell all, or just part of your Dong collection
  • The best dealer to purchase your Dong

Historically, the value of the Vietnamese Dong has fluctuated over a period of years, just as all currency prices move in long-term cycles.

When you sell your currency, remember that there's always a difference between “buy” and “sell” prices for Dong, just as there is for any retail product sold in a store.

So, when you sell just keep in mind that the wholesale price at which any dealer offers to buy your currency is always a bit less than the retail price at which that dealer offers to sell currency. This sales margin is normal, and it allows the company remain in business.

In any event, once you've decided that you want to sell Dong, just choose the leading dealer who will offer you a fair price.

Is it time to revalue your Dong?

Every now and then, most people take the time to revalue and reassess the possessions they've collected over a period of time. Often, this revaluation and assessment prompts them to sell their Dong or other collections.

When you need cash, selling your Dong is the quickest way to meet that need. And, when you're ready to sell or exchange Dong, the critical factor for achieving success is to find a top dealer that offers you the best price.

Most importantly for currency sellers, only the very best dealer, Currency Liquidator, provides a guaranteed buyback program that pays fair market prices, no matter where you bought your Dong or other currency.

To learn more about this currency visit the Vietnamese Dong Blog.