First ... thank you everyone for all the input and intel and humanitarian project suggestions. I have been on this ride actively for 3 + years now, but I 've been aware of the process and intended transformation for almost 20 years now.
I also look forward to connecting with the follow up groups after the redemptions that have been suggested. So that we might be more proficient with all our humanitarian project endeavors by working together rather than re-inventing the wheel individually.
So I see today that HSBC is now the lead bank for Zim exchanges. I find it amusing and a bit disconcerting, as HSBC is the parent company of WELLS FARGO. So what really has changed ... except maybe we are now dealing with the top cronies and elitists that have been stealing from us for the last century, or more.
Can we trust those now in charge to have more integrity than WELLS FARGO was supposed have? Will the NDA's be more contrived in their favor now? And "claw reserve" conditions and stipulations be twisted even more in their favor?
I am concerned we have just been handed to the wolves.
I hope this is not the case, and now dealing with WELLS FARGO's parent company will provide all of us a smoother and more liberated exchange. With less conditions around how and when we are going to use the funds ... and without further concern of those funds being kept from us, or stolen from us down the road.
I checked into HSBC in my local area and found it is set up as a commercial bank with only one main administrative headquarters office in the downtown area ... with no local branches assessable to the common person. Which brought up further concerns for me, as to how I/we will have assess to the funds. I did see they do have a private banking department. but I am guessing all transactions will be by appointment only. there is no walking into a bank and making a withdrawal from a teller or talking with a banking mgr.
So for me it looks more like they have tightened their control of the process before, during and after ... our redemption exchanges.
I am certainly eager to hear anyone's comments & input on this ... confirming my suppositions ... or providing insights to the contrary.