“Questions on Preparing for Currency Exchange” by TheMajor – 5.5.21

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Entry Submitted by TheMajor at 11:17 AM EDT on May 5, 2021

1. Since the US Treasury is part of the restored constitutional Republic and presuming the IRS will be no longer, no need for 501C3, no non-profit, what else will change? Any other rules or regs gone? Just thinking out of the box, Sir.

2. A previous answer stated: $10M plus 2% on a card. Yet another response stated $9K on a card. Are these different scenarios, maybe Zim vs. currencies? There was also mention of a metal card. We only have currency, no Zim. Which of these conditions apply to us? Do we exchange all currency at the first meeting and get new US dollars at that time? Or, be issued an SKR or Receipt and receive funds at a later time?

3. We are not family but are business partners planning to perform the same humanitarian projects. We would like to exchange our individual funds together and meet with WM people together so we hear the same instructions and hear together the same answers to our questions. How can this be arranged?

Respectfully,

TheMajor

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