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"Regarding Reduced ZIM Prices" - Anonymous Guest Post

Entry Submitted by Northern Light at 4:01 PM EST on November 28, 2016

Hi All,

I just heard the latest Gary Larabee Intel and I am not sure that I agree at all. Can someone else confirm what they have found?

I reviewed the price I paid for my ZIM, which I purchased on eBay, and as far as I am concerned I see no overall reduction in prices. I do see a modest reduction in the price of 10 T notes but I would venture to guess that has more to do with the fact that recent information/confusion that they may not accept 10 T notes at exchange centres for the higher sovereign rates has frightened the sellers into dumping those 10 T notes at a reduced cost.

I notice them selling in 100 piece bundles, and don’t recall seeing that before, but since I was not in the market of purchasing bundles of 100 it’s possible I just missed noticing that.

Since I purchased my notes on eBay, I cannot speak to other methods of purchasing ZIM. Maybe it's different if it's not eBay.

Hence my overall opinion is that there has been no reduction in the cost of purchasing the ZIM.

Anyone willing to weigh in please respond, I’m all ears.

And yes….us Canadians spell a few words like centre and neighbour and colour just a bit differently than our dear Yankee brothers. Diversity is a gift.

Just sign me,

Your Canadian Neighbour

Northern Light

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