“Re: Positive Confirmation” by Vee – 8.4.21


Entry Submitted by Vee at 8:42 AM EDT on August 4, 2021

“Positive Confirmation” – MarkZ Evening Intel Stream Highlights 8-3-21

NEW PURCHASE OFFER JUST BECAME AVAILABLE: Super Petchili Railway Bonds of 1913

Published on February 5, 2016

Our buyer of Super Petchili bonds is one of the few buyers who are approved and working directly with the Chinese Bond Redemption Program. It is commonly known, as an “end buyer”. The bond price is to be $5.25 billion each, less 10%.  At this time, we are delivering bond submissions to the buyer, with just three preliminary documents.  We need 1) Seller’s CIS/Passport, 2) List of bond numbers on a Spreadsheet, and 3) working consultants names with business coordinates. One of your consultants must be the person direct to the seller. We have a total of 2.5% commission.   

   February 1, 2016 This offer is direct from the Sovereign Chinese buyer, who oversees all historic bond purchases.

Super Petchili Price:  $5.25 B minus 10 % for fees with 5 % to intermediaries shared in blocks.

Minimum Number For Submission Is Ten Bonds

Payment Schedule: 10 % at TTM Closing with balance in increments over 90 to 120 days

Current Closing locations: Hong Kong, Los Angeles (to start October 28th), Zurich, Panama (exact schedule to follow). Other locations are expected to be added.

Chinese bonds valuable?

Investors demand cash after 88 years

By Paula Moore, Business Journal Senior Reporter
Jul 1, 2001
Updated Jul 1, 2001, 10:00pm MDT

….. There are reportedly 25,000 such bonds still in existence. A bond valuation expert quoted by USA Today put their value at $3.6 million each, or $90 billion…..

Not sure if this is for one particular bond of all China ones. 




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