“The Way it Works” – Update from Ed of Ocala 6-27-22


Ed of Ocala:

Two things first:

1. This is my informed opinion, and

2. Tier 4b individuals, who are not already part of a group that is in Tier 3, will have ONLY one bite of the RV apple.

For your information, the appointment process is what makes this a tax-free event federally, as that is part of the Treaty signed in 2015 by all 209 countries, including the US.

To again address what has been bandied about as a possibility that Iraq could go first on their own and then later, the rest of the first basket of currencies, let me first say that there has ALWAYS been a process that Iraq has to go through to reach revaluation.

It is now time for the last step as part of getting to revaluation.

The step before revaluation is the reinstatement of the rate that was in effect right before the war started in Iraq. That was around $3.23 per Iraqi Dinar. They need to do that, and then in 24 hours, they will revalue because the rate will go up (float) to a realistic level in that short period of time to a double-digit rate.

The way it works within our RV is as follows: When the reinstatement rate is announced, OR, when our notifications are being sent out and the reinstated rate is announced at the same time, we will have at least 24 hours before we can go to appointments. That same 24 hour is when the “float” happens, and so when we go in, the double-digit rate would already have been established. Our Private RV rate will be locked in for the entire RV period.

Those in Tiers before 4b, either have a contract or have SKRs that are the basis for that exchange/redemption. If those individuals have additional currencies, they can exchange in Tier 4b also as individuals.

Tier 4b has no contract, and everyone exchanging/redeeming in Tier 4b will be signing a rate agreement for each and every currency or bond at their appointment.

Source: Dinar Recaps


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