6) The timed purchase works like this: a) the asset is authenticated and wrapped by insurance and the financial guarantee of insurance is used for the trade, not the asset.
b) once the GCR/RV commences, which is very soo now due to all indications, then the first payment for each asset placed by ourselves comes out after the commencement of the GCR/RV. Depending on the value of the assetis dependent upon the amount of time the payments are made. Most assets are to be paid over 12 equal monthly installments. . At the end of the time purchase, all the assets are turned over to the GESARA committee to do with them as they please. they are now the owners of the assets through the redemption process.
I hope this is a clear picture of how it works.
The one main issue with most people involves the fact that the asset(s) have to be physically turned in to us and then we register them through the portal and are issued a custodial contract, which I counter-signed with the Historical Asset Placement Center. We are very adept at handling these assets and have never lost one or had one stolen from the Historical Asset Placement Center’s vaults.
We have had one person who wanted their instrument back and it was given to them in the same condition as they tendered it to us. We currently are one of the largest intake portals in the Historical Asset Placement Center.
We have had 2 bonds that were not authentic, and they were returned to the owners. Once the GCR starts, then no more assets will be accepted until all the assets are paid, then there will be a time that the assets will be accepted again, but it will be a significantly reduced pricing structure.
The only historical asset not being accepted is Gold Zims, the saturation point of 70% of the asset class was attained, so no more are being taken worldwide. Once any asset class reaches 70% of the issued instruments being registered and turn in for redemption, then the asset class is either closed or offered a very reduced value.
As for pricing, the values are being assigned. When we are given the exact value for each asset, we will give a term sheet to the owner. They can say yes redeem the asset or no send it back to me. No one is compelled to do anything.
The one caveat to all this is that once an asset is registered in the system for redemption, then if the asset is pulled out by the owner or if the asset is rejected to be redeemed by the owner, then the asset is listed in the system as rejected and that asset cannot be redeemed in any other place around the world as all redemption centers are connected by electronic portals.
Please let us know if there are more questions. I hope we can work together to get these important high value assets into the redemption program.