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Post by Ponee Sat Mar 20, 2021 8:54 pm

 Thurs. 18 March Currency Exchange and Zim Bond Redemption, Fleming’s Military Intel Contact: 


We are told that everything was ready and waiting to go, all funds were in place and we were just waiting for the 800 numbers and/or Safe Link Websites.

The Safe Link Websites were brought into this because of all the fraud that was going on concerning the 800 numbers. Servers for the Safe Link Websites were located in China, the US and various parts of the world to prevent them from being hacked. All had the capacity to get on line at any minute. We would be emailed a link that everyone would be able to access worldwide.

Information that you will be asked to provide will be verified from public information. Once done you will be provided with an 800 number that will be specific to you. Call the 800 number provided to set your appointment. Once you have made your appointment then the number would be no good and it would expire.

The Safe Link Website will be available from several Intel providers. It will be the same web link address for everyone that is involved in this process. Clicking on the link will take you to a secure site that is encrypted.  There has been several test runs on the end result is that the links are all working and ready to go.

We hear a lot of information from Intel providers about rates and the only thing that can be said about that is we will not know what the rates are until we have our appointments and are sitting in the exchange/redemption centers. It would be only then that we would know the rates for sure.

What you need to bring to your appointment:

Two forms of identification
a) Drivers license
b) passport
c) Birth certification

Proof of where you reside
a) utility bill


b) Cable bill

All of your currency
a) Break it down by country
b) highest to lowest
c) a complete list of your currencies

If you have a humanitarian project, bring a 3 - 5 page outline of it, along with copies to leave at the Redemption Center.

Be professional, polite at all times and do not get rude or demanding.

Zim Redemption:

We were told that if you have Zim, then you may not be eligible for the Contract Rates. We do not know that for sure until we talk with the representative who represented the US Treasury.

We were also told that it would be a $1 to $1 on the redemption of the Zim and that was by agreement with the Chinese who were the buyers of the Zim that we held. Though, while it was $1 to $1 on the Zim in the rest of the world, it would not be that in the United States. In the US it would be on a sliding scale depending on the projects that you were presenting to your Wealth Managers.

If you did not have a project or projects then a list of approved international projects would be supplied for you to pick from.

Default Package: If you just wanted to walk in and out of your appointment with no strings attached, you would be offered a Default Package. We have heard that package offered would be in different amounts ranging from $11 million to $33 million on a 100T note. It could go as high as $150 million. We would not know for certain until we were in the exchange/ redemption center.

If you did not like the Default package being offered then just tell the person that you wanted to get a higher rate. They would refer you to someone else and give you 15 days to work it out with them.

You would be given a debit/credit card for 2% of your exchange/ redemption. There would be no up-front cash given out.

At the next meeting you would present your projects and set up your trusts, bank accounts and structured account, etc.

Currency Exchange:

The currency exchange would be handled much like procedures of Zim redemption.

No one at the moment knew what the currency rates were because they have not been locked in.

If you do not have Zim, then you would be given the opportunity to exchange your currency at a Contract Rate. The only two currencies that have Contract Rates were the Dinar and Dong.

I have said for months that in order to get the Contract Rates humanitarian projects may be required and at this moment that looks like the case.

If the total amount of currency reaches a certain point, you may be required to have a structured payout.

You would be given 2% of the total exchange and a limit of $10 million dollars to spend in the next 15 days. During that time you would meet with your Wealth Manager and set up your trusts, projects, etc.

If you already have a Common Law Trust then you could have funds deposited into that trust.

There were three documents that you would be required to sign, one of which was a Non Disclosure Agreement.

They wanted you in and out as quickly as possible.

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