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"The NDA Blues" - Guest Post by KUU

Entry Submitted by KUU at 1:35 AM EST on November 29, 2016

I am in agreement with many concerns about the requirement to sign an NDA if taking the maximum rate allowed, In other words the real value of the Zim/bond.

The NDA should not be a requirement because a simple, as it has been termed, currency exchange should not qualify for the use of one, no matter what liquid funds are involved. Especially if it contains a claw back provision. This is classified as extortion. Which means that the bank is intimidating the exchanger with the threat to take back the legal exchange value when the customer tells someone about it, which the banks know will happen often.

This intimidation, bullying, will make many take the lower rate offered, which itself will be significant, leaving the full value in the banks hands. Who does that make sense to....and who gave them the permission to make these significant decisions, One should ask this question if offered the NDA.

If the Zim/bonds have an agreed upon value the OWNER of the Zim/bond should be able to redeem the full value if so desired, without the advice or pressure from anyone, including the so called experts at the exchange centers. Banks have proven themselves to be untrustworthy so all transactions with them should be trust and verify.

I believe one should not accept any NDA and the full value of the Zim/bond should be available without begging or having to present some lavish humanitarian plan to save the world . Just give us what the bonds are worth and we will get on with that.......no NDA...The Zim/bonds belong to me . Please give full value. I understand fractional banking....you'll get yours.

KUU

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