Below is all of the reader submitted questions for One Who Knows on April 15th, 2017. More questions will be added as they come in. ~ Dinar Chronicles
Question for OWK. Also want to say thank you all that you do.
You, Yosef, and Bruce keep me going through some bad moments.
My question is for a friend who is a permanent resident and just a month ago her card expired along with her passport. she can just renew her card and passport but she has financial problems and cant afford the $600 application fee. she does have an up to date drivers license/SS card... will that be enough?
Hi OWK, I’m from Mexico. I’ve been following you since you started to write on Intel.
According to your info, HSBC is going to be the bank that makes the currency exchanges, problem is, I have Zims (whit humanitarian project) but there is no info in our country, and for that reason I have a few questions
1. Is there going to be a #800 in Mexico different than the USA?, or should I call the USA #800 to set my appointment?
2. Can I go to the USA to exchange my currency if I don´t have US citizenship?,
3. If I exchange in Mexico, what currency exchange is the bank going to give me, USN or MXN at the fair exchange rate to USN?
4. The sovereing rate for Mexico are slighltly different, but can I request for a USN rate and then exchange it to MXN? Or just request USN and stay on that same currency?
Something I keep forgetting to ask that keeps bugging the logical side of my mind....
How are the bank personnel "encouraged " to work, what seems like difficult lower paying positions and long hours, when they all could just have purchased Zim and be a humanitarian and not work a nine to five job? Were the banking personnel even eligible to buy Zim? Why would they all not be trillionaires too?