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"Question about the ZIM Rate" - Guest Post by One Who Lives

Entry Submitted by One Who Lives at 12:31 AM EST on November 22, 2016

Hello Dinarians,

I am pretty aware that everyone of you are pretty damn tired of reading, answering questions, and so on... but bear with us a little more... our blessings are on our way for sure...

This is just a trial so we can prove our worth to being the chosen ones to make this world a better place.. again!

This email have a question that many of you already answered but, everytime any of you try to answer, there is always a conflict of who is getting closer to the real deal... I already have tried hundreds of times to get to the best answer possible, but...

we were told that we will not be considered sovereign currency exchangers... and that the sovereign rate of $50k+/zim and going up is not our reality, but then again, there are those that say we (individuals holding zims, that means, T4, from what i researched) will be getting rates as low as the rate exposed in currency conversion websites such as www.xe.com... but then we keep this rollercoster of who is the right in this?

my ultimate doubt is: We as T4, everyone in DC waiting for the 800's to release and set our appointments... what is the most possible range of rates we can get?

I definitely am not counting on the sovereign rate as that, by definition, is not intended for individuals (us), but governments... so, that being said, you can see that i'm not asking for a rate as that is pretty much impossible to know because it will only be factual knowledge
when you get a confortable seat in front of your exchange agent at your appointment looking at the computer screen of your bank... then you will know what are the rates... but i dont want the exact rate, i want to know the range, like the worst scenario being A rate and the best scenario being B rate and what involves these scenarios as being good or bad...

My question is what, on earth, can we expect in terms of rate? the lowest being .01/zim? highest being 1/zim? or 10/zim? or even 100/zim?

What are the possible scenarios around the rate range for us?? The tier 1, 2 and 3 have access to the best sovereign and contract (maybe not the best) rates available... but what about us not being in a group or being individuals holding sovereign currency...

That is my first question.... and the second one is regarding the damn clawback of our funds from within the exchanged banks...

How we are supposed to deal with this? how can we avoid the clawback of such funds? avoiding the NDA is possible? and it is a good choice to not sign an NDA? There is anything that can back us up on protection of assets or some sort of legal protection within the NDA... i really dont know how to say this but im pretty concerned about this reality as all of our
effort will be in vain if this happens to everyone holding zim on earth.

Im sorry for the long question but i would appreciate a lot a good answer about this matter, and im sure we will get the best answer here.

Im inviting anyone that have some sort of knowledge about this RV, that can answer this question to answer it, feel free to make your comments!

In utmost love and light for all the ones making this happen, my deepest gratitude.

Thank you

One who lives.



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