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TETELESTAI | 1-800 Numbers

This is where the 800#'s will be listed which will be included in the TETELESTAI post once published.

(Note: The TETELESTAI post is the official "Go" for redemption/exchange. Despite Yosef's departure, it will still be sent out for publication when the time comes.)

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"Questions & Answers" - One Who Believes - 11.15.16

Entry Submitted by One Who Believes at 1:06 PM EST on November 15, 2016




Questions & Answers

There have been a few questions that have caught my attention and since they have not been answered yet, I will see if I can answer them now. These answers are all my own ideas and thoughts on the matter.

#1) RE: Go Date

As for the question/request for "Follow Through," I completely understand as I feel the same way. Like you, I am quite interested in what happened? What changed? and Where we are now as a result?

"Follow through!" - Guest Post by Midwestman

I had "Felt" it was a go for Saturday the 12th, but when Saturday came, it sort of ran out of gas. Something happened that changed it. I don’t know if it was the Cabal or last minute changes. All that Being Said, so far today, I get that "Feeling" again for today, Tuesday 15th.

#2) RE: International Exchanges

For the question of International "Zimmers" who asked how to find an exchange location for people who are not in the US or Canada.

"Question Regarding International Zimers" - Guest Post by Anna

I was deferring to someone who knew more than I on this subject, but none have replied so far. All I can say is that it has been said many times that the 800 call in will be a two step process. You first call the main number, tell them the currencies you have and your zip code, and then they give you a new number to call that is more direct to the specific exchange center you will be exchanging at. It seems to me that the first number is a just for getting you to the right second (Main) number that is the actual exchange appointment number. With that in mind, I am sure that they have special numbers for international currency holders for each country since each one could mean trillions of dollars. I am sure they will have thought of all that and have a number for you to call.

Of course the problem is that you can't call an 800 # from your country, so you will have to get help from someone over here to call for you. They could call for you and say I have a friend in such and such country who wants to exchange and get the phone number for you. In the event that doesn't work, I would contact the largest bank in your country, not town, and check with them. I say call the biggest one in the country because they may not have a branch in your town, but they will have a plan for exchange even if it means going to a bank that is associated with them or a little travel. I hope that helps.

#3) RE: Base Rate/International Rate


Many people have asked this question "What is the base rate for the ZIM and other currencies?" Some have guessed that it was 1/10 of the High rate, but I remember it was more like 1/100 of the Sovereign Rate. Of course, we will know for sure when you are in front of the Banker looking at his screen and seeing for yourself. But, as a possible example, if the High Rate on ZIM was $40,000/ZIM the Screen Rate at 1/100 would be $400/ZIM. Again this is from memory and all guessing at this point.

As an added bonus, when you get a look at the "Screen Rate" during your exchange, you can do the reverse math, and multiply that rate by 100 (Just add 2 zeros to it) and get the possible top end, Sovereign/Negotiable Rate. In example, if the "Screen Rate" is $400, just add 2 zeros that makes the high Rate $40,000/zim.

The Bottom Line

The bottom line is that soon we will already be exchanged and busy with our new lives. Except for the Go date, for these other questions, you will be able to find out on your own for sure when you need to know them.

As a reminder, Call quickly to set up your appointment even if the actual exchange date will be weeks away due to travel issues and/or medical issues for example. This establishes you as an informed Internet group member, and not the general public who has no idea what's going on.

Next, be sure to ask for the highest rates because they can only be offered to those who first ask for them. Once you know what they are, then you can decide how you will proceed from there, and what rate you will take.

May You Get Everything You Want and Live The Life Of Your Dreams


Signed: One Who Believes

P.S. Patrick, We have your back!

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