Entry Submitted by One Who Knows at 10:04 AM EDT on April 7, 2017
This question comes from Aussie Lightworker about the "Pay the bearer on demand" Zim Bonds/notes & the need for Receipts.
First on the matter of the receipts, they are not necessary. Back in the day, when we thought that there would be some sort of "Capital Gains" tax on our exchanges, it was important to "Document" exactly when we got the currency so that we could get charged less tax on the longer investment. But now we have heard consistently that there will be no tax on our exchanges and I have high confidence in that statement.
On the matter of whether or not the Zim you purchased was Fraudulent, is not really on you. As long as you have a reason to believe that you purchased your currency in a legitimate way, you should be O.K. However, if you know in some way that you are involved in some criminal currency activity, you will have trouble ahead.
"2006, 2007 and 2008 Bearer cheque series"
On the matter of the Bearer Checks Zim notes, we are not certain what they will be doing with those. The best advice is to take EVERYTHING you have to the exchange. Considering that Zim Bond redemptions can go as high as $125,000 per Zim, it is very likely that they will redeem those Bearer Checks as well. There is so much wealth associated with the African Continent that redeeming those few Bearer Checks that are held by you and others, would just be a drop in the bucket over all. So, in summary, don't buy them, buy the regular Zim Bonds/Currency instead, but if you already have them, DEFINITELY take them to the exchange just in case.
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Signed: One Who Knows
"Question for OWK Regarding ZIM Notes" by Aussie Lightworker - 4.7.17