Entry Submitted by Ron Giles at 3:54 AM EDT on May 17, 2018
Zeth, as stated, you have Zim and yes it can be Redeemed, not exchanged. We internet people are considered Tier 4.
Exchange is for Tier 1 thru 3, with the operative word being, “Exchange,” Tiers 1 – 3 are Governments, Government officials, VIPs, persons taking amnesty, Humanitarian Groups and contract groups. People in Tiers 1- 3 only have Dinar, Dong, Rupiah, Etc. in the First Basket of currencies to be revalued to their true value in world trade. These are the Revalued currencies that will be available to be exchanged. Tier one banks in the US such as Chase, Wells Fargo, Key, US Bank, Bank of America etc. are contracted to exchange currencies. To receive rates above the front screen rates, and to exchange before Tier 5, or the public, one must use the 800 Number and set an appointment. If you do not make an appointment you will be turned down until the Tier 4 exchanges are completed and it is approved for Tier 5 public to begin. The general public, Tier 5, will not know about the higher rates available unless they have been given this information from the their internet activity. Again this is for EXCHANGES, meaning you exchange your currency for a new currency of your choice.
Regardless of who these Tier 1- 3 people are, they will not be allowed to Redeem Zim, Zim is reserved for Tier 4 Internet people who know the value of the Zim for redemption. If you have given Zim as a gift, those people will need to receive the 800# from you and make their own appointment as Zim may not be Redeemed at a Bank, unless that bank has been contracted to redeem Zim.
When the 800# is released, you will call that number and tell them that what currency you have. If you have Zim you will be given another 800 # where you will make your redemption appointment.
The Zim will not be exchanged. They are bonds and you can only REDEEM them, meaning you cash in your Zim at the rate you negotiate, multiplied by the printed value on the Bond note(s). Do not be deceived or angry that we did not go first, all Zim are only for Tier 4 redemption at a rate that you negotiate at a designated redemption center with a banker. Tiers 1 – 3 will be given, SKRs or Safe Keeping Receipts. Their funds will not be, liquid, until the commencement of the Tier 4 exchange/redemption appointments – no double dipping. All go or no go. Many Zim holders also have currencies to exchange and may do so at a higher negotiated rate at the same appointment.
Zeth, I hope this helps.