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|Subject: Wiley Morgan [Generals64] Comments, November 13 & 18, 2014 Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:28 pm|| |
Wiley Morgan [Generals64] Comments, November 13 & 18, 2014
Posted on Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Light Worker 29501 Wiley maintains that most of what the Dinar Guru sites are reporting is less than accurate.Anonymous, on 13 Nov 2014 – 1:53 PM, said:
The understanding is there is street and contract. If you are already a part of the group you are already poised to get contract, if not then lets hope you are a skilled negotiator as I do not see the bank sitting there willing to negotiate what has already been done. Especially with what so many already are stating as fact in that in each appointment will be 20 minutes per person. We only leveled the playing field for all those that did not want to do all the negotiating. We have only opened the door for others, it is up to each individual to walk through it, that we cannot do for anyone. No one size will fit all, contract is a one size fits most.
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- “As it stands now the group contract is for US citizens, however am told that other countries will have rates as good as if not a bit better to what we have done for the group. No one bank wants to be left out of a change of this magnitude and have the opportunity to have so many of our foreign friends as new clients.”
So are you thinking, as inferred above, one would be better off simply requesting the contract rate versus what our Gen64 group has chiseled out for us or will there not be enough of a differential to matter? A nickel on a million is $50K and a single penny better is a $10K difference. I can’t see WF sitting there and giving an option since they are working with the Chinese on the Gen64 deal and should have their best interest at heart…along with their own. Or…is all this talk about people getting their appointments and walking in requesting the contracts rates all just talk? Just curious.
Going with a currency dealer is a completely different story and I care not to even get into that due to the fact I simply will not be going that route. The challenge or hurdles there are not worth the extra effort in my opinion. And I emphasis in my opinion and that means nothing to anyone except me.
With that said I have just opened the door for all those that think otherwise to chime in. I will not spend hour upon hour debating that with others. We will only know once and for all when they let this go international whether they are willing to negotiate with everybody that walks through the door. I have seen no person of authority come forth and say anything on the matter at hand outside of private meetings. I can only speak of what I am aware of. Some will come along and say we are misinformed or whatever. That is fine, we are not told everything and anyone stating they are is being outright disingenuous.
Posted Today, 03:39 PM
So much fear and paranoia being circled about when this will truly be a simple process. For the majority of us, patience doesn’t come easily. And when it does come, it’s often fleeting. The rest of the time, we rush, interrupt, get exasperated when people cut in line, and curse drivers who impede our progress while barreling down the highway.
From decisions made in haste to words spoken without reflection, impatience can cause a vast amount of pain and waste of time worrying. While I am no expert by any means on the matter, we are all in the same situation in our endeavor. This is not a race of who is right or wrong and who gets into exchange first. Much thought and planning has gone into the event itself. We wait for those orchestrating the event to let us know when our appointments can commence. Until then we listen and learn about what it is we are involved in, but no amount of negativity will bring about a change in our impatience.
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