Entry Submitted Anonymously at 9:44 PM EDT on October 2, 2016Will RV/GCR Redemptions/Exchanges also happen outside USA/Canada & Europe, simultaneously?
Hello fellow currency/bond holders,
Firstly, my respect and love to all who have been patient and disciplined along this rollercoaster journey, namely the GCR/RV.
Secondly, to all those authentic and legitimate RV/GCR Intel providers out there, we thank you for your hard work, dedication, compassion, understanding, and most of all, truthfulness, in keeping us currency/bond holder devotees always in the loop, in such a timely manner. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
I have a few questions regarding the rollout of the currency redemption/exchanges, that appear to be imminent.
Yosef (and other Intel providers) have informed us that there is a defined and specific, window time of of opportunity lasting for 6.2 days, to redeem/exchange currencies at the sovereign rates.
My questions are on behalf of all currency/bond holders I know of, located across oceans, specifically in Australia/New Zealand & parts of Asia.
1. Is the scheduled redemption/exchange rollout, to obtain sovereign rates via the 6.2 day period, going to be simultaneously started and available in countries outside of the USA/Canada & Europe, at the same time, for example in a location such as Australia?
2. Is there any applicable, relevant and known 'Intel', related to how and when they can make appointments to redeem/exchange their currencies, for local currency/bond holders, located outside of the USA/Canada & Europe (Australia/New Zealand)?
3. IF there is no Intel for these countries mentioned above, what solid advice can we offer our fellow currency/bond holders, as to what banks they should contact in their respective countries, to setup appointments to redeem/exchange their currencies at sovereign rates? If the rollout for the Internet groups are not applicable to holders outside of the USA/Canada & Europe, then this does not make sense for them, and they will not have an opportunity to negotiate the sovereign rates with their bank/financial institution. I assume these people will have no choice but to wait for the International rates to be live and then simply contact their local currency exchanges (banks/financial institutions)
I hope this all makes sense to those that are in a position to respond, assist, answer and provide guidance in this area.
i hope someone can assist our fellow currency/bond holders located outside the USA/Canada & European regions.
Much appreciated my friends