“Re: Zim Redemption” by Zack T – 4.6.22


Entry Submitted by Zack T at 8:44 PM ET on April 6, 2022

“Zim Redemption” by Windrunner63 – 4.5.22

Your comments about the Zim bonds are not accurate. First off the bonds are not “fools gold” and will ultimately payout much more than the .30 per 100T  that the powers that “now are” want you to believe. The Zim bonds in question are in fact “bearer” bonds! Bearer bonds must always pay face value to the bearer! There is no rate! They are required to pay face value to the bearer. That is the reason why bearer bonds are so valuable and coveted! They can be redeemed by anyone who is fortunate enough to own one or several and they must always redeem at face value! Paid to the bearer! Your assertion that the Zim bonds are rare is correct but not for the reasons that you may think! They are rare because there were not many printed! The only Zim bonds that will be considered redeemable MUST be 2008 AA series! If they’re not, your bond will not qualify for redemption! The Zim bonds that are being sold by vendors that you have mentioned are either NOT 2008 AA series or are being confused with ZIm notes which are NOT bonds but currency and no where near the value of the 2008 AA bonds. This confusion is prevalent throughout the Zim bond community and l believe it has been done intentionally. Probably for security purposes! I also believe that which l have just described to you is going to make for quite a few disappointed zim holders on redemption day! If you don’t have the 2008 AA your Zim bonds will not be redeemable. There were not many 2008 AA Zim bearer bonds printed. That fact is what makes them rare! Nothing else! They are incredibly valuable! I hope this brings some clarity for you concerning these bonds! Good luck!

Double APs. One last fact. On the face of any bearer bond the following is always written/printed: “l promise to pay the bearer on demand”


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