Entry Submitted by One Who Knows at 6:21 PM EDT on April 10, 2017
ZIM & Humanitarian Allocations
This question comes from "Pat G" and here is the question:
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Entry Submitted by Pat G at 11:05 AM EDT on April 10, 2017
Dear OWK, I have a question regarding my ZIM currency exchange. In addition to my ZIM, I have 4 Dinar notes that I want to exchange for my personal cash. Since I want this currency for a new car, should I exchange at the bank? I don't want it added to my humanitarian funds. I appreciate your blogs very much and would appreciate your thoughts on this. I also am advanced in age and wonder if I should let that have a bearing on my expansive humanitarian projects agenda?
As always, Patrick I appreciate all you do for all of us!
It is my understanding that when you get your money from your Exchange, it will all be in one lump sum. This would include both the money you would have gotten anyway, and the extra money you ask for Humanitarian projects. It is up to you how you want to divide up your money. I don't foresee any "Oversight" by the Banks on what you actually do with your money. I am sure some people will just leave all their money in one big account and draw off of it. Others will want to be more organized and have an account for what they want for themselves, one for Humanitarian, one for extended family, or whatever else.
In the end, once you get the money, even if you get the extra high rates, it will be up to you, what you do with it. I wrote an extensive post that explained this in detail. This is a very good explanation and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND it to anyone who has not read it yet.
"Understanding Zim Money & The Future" - One Who Knows - 3.9.17
However, to answer your question directly, you would exchange EVERYTHING you have, all at the same time. Then do whatever you want with it from there.
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