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 Zim Options? by Robert Walker (NZ) 5/20/19 DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

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Post by RamblerNash on Mon May 20, 2019 10:23 pm

A while back someone submitted a post, which in part, outlined the Option of NOT Accepting just any offer on Our Zim Bonds. There has been a lot of off putting comments regarding offers which will be a low ball offer of less then 1 for 1. To my mind these Bonds will always be worth the face value. If l don't get face value, then a prospective buyer is not Redeeming my Bonds. Anything less then 1 for 1 is an offer to buy. Long story short, we do not have to accept a low ball offer. These are Bearer Bonds, debt Instruments, that can be sold on, limitless times. To Redeem the Bonds is to do so at face value, without conditions.. 

If you hold on to your Bonds, they will always be worth their face value. If you hold and wait for the Zimbabwe dollar to rise in the new. Then the Commissioner of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is Obligated to pay, you the face value without conditions imposed, as has been muted here.

The Commissioner of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is a Commissioner of the British Realm and is therefore​ bound by the British House of Lords, to honour the undertaking of his oath of office. Zimbabwe has to pay the Bearer the face value.

HSBC is only an agent for a prospective buyer.

We don't have to take a low ball offer or an offer with conditions.

We are building a new World, not agreeing to conform to the outdated BS of present state of play.

What is the true value of your Investment?. Why take a low ball offer with conditions or strings attached.

Lets assume you are of the opinion that the Commissioner of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, won't pay. We are holding high grade Government Paper, on a Promise to pay. There are two simple options, one is to Hypothocate your Investment. The other option is that we can put a lien on the Assets of the debter.

I look forward to reading your valuable comments.

Robert Walker
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Post by dinarstar on Tue May 21, 2019 10:42 pm

buy lots of Zim... you'll get stinking rich....

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