Entry Submitted by One Who Knows at 4:39 PM EDT on March 19, 2017
GCR: Questions & Answers
I got a couple questions about the GCR and I will answer them here. One was in regard to my interview with Gary Larrabee.
Question #1 was: "What about other countries such as Canada. England. Australia. And little ole New Zealand?"
Here is the link to that post & my interview with Gary Larrabee:
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The answer is that every country will have exchanges and have the high Privately Negotiated Rates available for a short time as well. Some may have exchange centers, but most likely you will exchange at a designated bank location. When this does go here, it will be going there as well and the EXACT OFFICIAL INFORMATION will be easily available. How you will get it is not clear yet. But, most likely there will be numbers on the web that you can call, and you can call the bigger banks in your country, especially HSBC and get instructions from them.
So, don't worry if you are in another country, no one will be left behind and they already have a plan for EVERY country, we just don't know what it is right now. Importantly, if you call now, prematurely before the GCR is live and going, they will say they are not exchanging those currencies because they are not allowed to admit it. However, after this does go, those same banks will not only admit that the GCR is real, they will have all the information you need to exchange your currencies as well.
Question #2 was: "What about currency dealers and especially ebay?"
Here is the link to that post:
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All legitimate currency dealers are regulated and know EXACTLY what to do when this goes. They may stop selling these currencies and/or just change the rate to the new rate. In example if the Dong goes to $2/dong, it will now cost you One Million dollars for a single $500,000 Dong note. (Based on the The New Rate)
As far as the other people who are selling these currencies, I am sure they know what is going on and when the values change, they will no longer be selling their currencies at the old rates. They would be foolish to do so.
That being said, if there are still people selling these currencies at the old rates after this goes, it is most likely a scam, with either counterfeit money or just a rip off. Don't bother looking for these currencies at the old rates after this goes because there will be something very wrong going on, and you don’t want to be involved in that.
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