Judy Byington-Weindorf has posted perhaps the most up-to-date checklist for the currency exchange, with emphasis on Zims. It’s taken from American Media Group, a white-hat blog.
Other checklists can be found here: https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Exchange-Appointment-Advice.pdf
I’d like to add one comment to the list. If someone has sent you Zims through the mail and it has not yet been received, ask the 800# operator to give you an appointment a few days or a week down the road.
Maybe I should say here that I plan, after settling all accounts and bringing things to a temporary halt, to take a 90-day vacation.
Why 90 days? Because that’s the period of most NDAs. I’m a journalist and subject probably, as the author notes here, to scrutiny. Hence it’s the best possible time (and Michael has said, probably the only time thereafter) that I’ll be able to take a vacation.
Use these checklists at your own discretion. Do your own research. Due diligence is important.
BOOM! Getting the Process of RV Redemption Started – Inside the Exclusive World of Redemption Centers! – American Media Group (amg-news.com) by email.
Redemption of currency and bonds is a global phenomenon with implications for economies worldwide. The principles and steps involved are fundamentally similar, making it applicable on a global scale.
Non-Disclosure Agreements bind individuals to silence regarding the details of their redemption experience.
[Steve: Notice – not “financial details,” but “experience.” That makes it tricky for a journalist; hence my 90-day vacation.]
Post-Redemption Plan Documents outline how you can manage newfound wealth, including investment strategies, philanthropic endeavors, and more.
It is important to read and re-read all documentation provided to insure you fully understand your obligations and rights, as well as the implications of signing NDAs and post-redemption plan documents. The NDA document will be published on the secured website link so you can read it prior to your appointment.
ID Documents needed for redemption: You need to have
– two bills (electricity, water, gas, telephone, etc.) to prove your address,
– two types of identification documents with photo,
– current bank information and account number.
Zim Holders should have a sheet explaining your Humanitarian goals for the first 30, 60 and 90 days.
Write out questions you may want to ask at your appointment.
Some in the US will receive emails with a secured website link to go into and obtain your personal 800# to call. Others can find the secured website link on various media outlets including:
– Bruce at http://bigcalluniverse.com/callarchive/
– MarkZ at https://www.twitch.tv/theoriginalmarkz
– Intel Dinar Chronicles at http://www.dinarchronicles.com and https://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com
– Dinar Detectives at https://dinardetectives.com/
– TNT Tony at https://twitter.com/the_tnt_team
– Dinar Recaps at https://www.dinarrecaps.com/our-blog
– Byington Restored Republic Updates at https://www.judybyington.org
Go into the secured website, identify who you are and call the number provided. Ask any questions you may have to ensure you understand the address of your appointment location. If you provide your email address, you can receive an email with the agreed address and time.
[Steve: Some say, to avoid being bothered after the Reval, create a use-once email account and give the URL to whomever asks.]
At your appointment you will pass through various stations, provide proof of your address and present your currency, which will be checked in front of you at a De La Rue machine. Police will check your ID and make sure your police record is clean.
Once everything has been verified, you will receive a 3-page NDA (non-disclosure document). Read it carefully and sign it. They will give you a copy.
Zim Holders will meet with Humanitarian Project experts. They will offer you an interest rate on your Zim based on how much Zim you have, your project and how many years you wish your structured payout to be.
Zim Holders will receive structured payouts for 2, 5, 10 years or more dependent upon what you request. The amount you receive each year would be dependent upon the term you signed up for. You can be paid annually, semi-annually or quarterly, whatever you request.
You will meet with your financial advisor, accountant, bank representative and anyone else who needs to be involved in the process.
If you need a trust and have one, you will need to present the certificate within it and have it signed and sealed by a notary public. If you don’t have one, we will provide a temporary one.
Access to your SQF Account will be displayed. Ask all the questions you need to fully understand.
Monies put in your Main Account: The exchange rate amount you receive multiplied by the amount of Zim Dollars you trade or exchange.
Monies put in your Secondary Account: This is the total amount you will receive during the structured payment period. Structured payments will be made from this account.
After redemption, you can make an appointment to learn about things like money management and investments.
Information about what happened at your redemption center appointment must remain private. Be careful not to send unnecessary messages or information that violates your NDA. Note that all your calls and Whats App messages will be recorded, while Twitter, Facebook, social networks and forums were being monitored. All devices are connected to the federal government CDMX and other national departmental systems.