Entry Submitted by Trevor at 8:05 PM EDT on April 30, 2021
Seems were imminent! praying hard!
Can anyone informed enough answer the following…?
Most of the info/intel online appears to slant towards the USA process. IE banks listed wells fargo/chase etc, centers and 800# numbers etc. There doesn’t seem to be much advise or info at all for those outside the USA. I myself am in australia. The other side of the world!!
Question – Will the safelink website be running for countries such as Australia (myself) and UK (family)?
So, if you have ZIM for your intended projects getting the best contract/sovereign rate you can sounds fine. However, What if you have VND and IQD as well as other currencies? you wont get the contract rate for those because of the ZIM so what do you do with those?
Question – Will the other currencies be exchanged for just the street OR international rate and be given to you as a simple exchange for your own “do what you want with it” personal use? or is it all lumped into one structured payment that you’ll only get quarterly?
Trying to figure out what to do and advise family on here and overseas.
Please can someone in the know provide some clarity.
Thanks in advance.
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