Entry Submitted by Light Ray at 11:20 AM EST on November 13, 2016
Profound Gratitude, Love, and Respect to both of you - Yosef and Veritas.
Veritas' Nov.13 article high-lighted concerns I have had, for quite a while,
about the NDA.
Sociologically, it is obvious that greedy unethical people are attracted
(like magnets) to the banking industry.
(The Ex-CEO of Wells Fargo being a shiny example).
And just because the Chinese elders are benevolent, that does not guarantee
that all the high-level banking officials will not be greedy and unethical.
That being the case,
let's say, I exchanged a VAST amount of ZIM at a Privately-Negotiable Rate,
and I signed an NDA.
And let's say I have been perfectly impeccable about honoring my NDA.
WHAT IS TO STOP SOME GREEDY BANKER FROM SIMPLY "DECLARING"
THAT I HAVE BROKEN MY NDA, AND THEN SUDDENLY ALL MY FUNDS
WHAT IS TO STOP THE BANK FROM EFFORTLESSLY STEALING MY FUNDS?
I know, Yosef, you will simply dismiss this as "You are just coming from fear".
But I consider this a rational reasonable concern.
The more greedy and unethical a banker is, the more likely they are to
attain a high position in the bank.
What recourse do I have, if the bank simply "declares" that I have broken my NDA?
Also, Yosef justifies giving us the latest maximum privately-negotiable rate for the ZIM,
with the rationalization, that we are then in a more knowledgeable bargaining position, if we know the RANGE of funds. (...and THANK YOU, Yosef, for these updates...)
But, we don't know the RANGE, if you only discuss that top-end of the range.
Does anyone know?
What is the bottom-end of the range for the ZIM?
What is the International Rate or Market Rate for the ZIM?
We need to know both ends of the range, in order to negotiate intelligibly.
Thank you dear Yosef and Veritas for responding to these 2 concerns.
You are both so DEEPLY LOVED by myself and by SO MANY thousands of others.