Petchili Bonds and Liberty Escalera $1000 bonds for sale

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Since: Aug 13

Oxford, UK

#1 Aug 27, 2013
I have for sale

5 Petchili Bonds = 300 million dollars nett each
5 Liberty Bonds = 45 million dollars nett
all have Passco certification.

Petchili bonds: the procedure we are prepared to work with is to only send full kyc and pol buyer attorney.

all travelling expenses and fees are to be covered by the buyer. we are not interested in time wasters and money waster so for buyer to pay for travelling expenses are insurance that they aren't just time wasters.

all bonds are held by current seller for more than 5 years. some for 12 years even.

email:jennk2408@gmail.com
skypeid: jennk2408

Since: Jul 13

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#2 Aug 27, 2013
jennk wrote:
I have for sale
5 Petchili Bonds = 300 million dollars nett each
5 Liberty Bonds = 45 million dollars nett
all have Passco certification.
Petchili bonds: the procedure we are prepared to work with is to only send full kyc and pol buyer attorney.
all travelling expenses and fees are to be covered by the buyer. we are not interested in time wasters and money waster so for buyer to pay for travelling expenses are insurance that they aren't just time wasters.
all bonds are held by current seller for more than 5 years. some for 12 years even.
email:jennk2408@gmail.com
skypeid: jennk2408
Whoever goes by the name of "jenn k" (at least according to an email persona )was requested to send KYC along with POL via email way before this post appeared here and never responded, so it remains very questionable whether this person could be trusted
Andreas

Switzerland

#3 Aug 28, 2013
Hollywood77 wrote:
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Whoever goes by the name of "jenn k" (at least according to an email persona )was requested to send KYC along with POL via email way before this post appeared here and never responded, so it remains very questionable whether this person could be trusted
Please be so kind to give me some way to get contact with you, I'would like to discuss an issue.

Thanks for your reply.

Since: Jul 13

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#4 Aug 28, 2013
Andreas wrote:
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Please be so kind to give me some way to get contact with you, I'would like to discuss an issue.
Thanks for your reply.
Click on my nick name or avatar and you'll see email address in my profile. If you want to discuss "jenn k" above post, there is not much to discus, since she does not mention here that they need money upfront on escrow. Another joke and her own time senselessly wasted while being ironically supported by a quote; "no time wasters"
Andreas

Switzerland

#5 Aug 29, 2013
Hollywood77 wrote:
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Click on my nick name or avatar and you'll see email address in my profile. If you want to discuss "jenn k" above post, there is not much to discus, since she does not mention here that they need money upfront on escrow. Another joke and her own time senselessly wasted while being ironically supported by a quote; "no time wasters"
Sir, that is my last attepmt to contact you. Please send me an email adress. I followed your instructions but without success. Instead of wasting time on try linking to me with other users.
Thanks.

Since: Jul 13

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#6 Aug 29, 2013
Sure. It's insidecenter1111@gmail.com
Jennk2408

Oxford, UK

#7 Aug 30, 2013
Hollywood77 wrote:
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Whoever goes by the name of "jenn k" (at least according to an email persona )was requested to send KYC along with POL via email way before this post appeared here and never responded, so it remains very questionable whether this person could be trusted
Hi, whoeever said that should email me again because it's unlikely I dont reply. I reply to each and every email.
Jennk2408

Oxford, UK

#8 Aug 30, 2013
Hollywood77 wrote:
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Click on my nick name or avatar and you'll see email address in my profile. If you want to discuss "jenn k" above post, there is not much to discus, since she does not mention here that they need money upfront on escrow. Another joke and her own time senselessly wasted while being ironically supported by a quote; "no time wasters"
just because we do not mention we need money upfront on escrow?

Since: Jul 13

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#9 Aug 30, 2013
Jennk2408 wrote:
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just because we do not mention we need money upfront on escrow?
Not just because you don't MENTION you need money upfront my dear. Because YOU NEED MONEY UPFRONT. Or should I say; your client does and you are not aware that your client is a flipper or possible fraud - not a real client. There are plenty of individuals in this trading that make this fundamental mistake. MONEY UPFRONT DO NOT EXIST.......KYC UPFRONT DOES. I'm not sure how many times this should be underlined here. Anyone skipping the strict procedure in real bond, Platform and PPP trading risks being blacklisted for life and there is no possibility of return for no one. One's you're done - you're done. Period. Can only wish you good luck taking chances that will not last long, trust me.

Since: Aug 13

Oxford, UK

#10 Aug 30, 2013
Hollywood77 wrote:
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Not just because you don't MENTION you need money upfront my dear. Because YOU NEED MONEY UPFRONT. Or should I say; your client does and you are not aware that your client is a flipper or possible fraud - not a real client. There are plenty of individuals in this trading that make this fundamental mistake. MONEY UPFRONT DO NOT EXIST.......KYC UPFRONT DOES. I'm not sure how many times this should be underlined here. Anyone skipping the strict procedure in real bond, Platform and PPP trading risks being blacklisted for life and there is no possibility of return for no one. One's you're done - you're done. Period. Can only wish you good luck taking chances that will not last long, trust me.
you just said I NEED MONEY upfront and then say MONEY UPFRONT DO NOT EXIST? I do not understand what is you you are trying to say by contradicting yourself. We have full KYC, PYL, PASSCO etc all ready to be sent out, and this is to be sent only to buyer attorney. It makes perfect sense that we do NOT give sensitive informations as such to anyone but attorneys.

Since you claim to be such an expert, why don't you enlighten me as to what I am doing wrong exactly as the that you pointed out to me to be wrong for, is then claimed to be non-existent to you.

Since: Aug 13

Oxford, UK

#11 Aug 30, 2013
sorry, that was a typo. POL

Since: Jul 13

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#12 Aug 30, 2013
Jenn, let's simplify once again, very clear;
Your sellers bond numbers and his passport have to clear in the process of compliance. His name can not be black listed and that's the Due Diligence upfront. What I meant in previous post was that "MONEY UPFRONT" on escrow kind of thing DO NOT EXIST in legitimate transactions before presenting full KYC, that's all. I hope we're on the same page now
Bond Buyer

Philippines

#13 Aug 30, 2013
Hollywood, I am not sure which world you are living in here....the REAL world or a make believe world close to Los Angeles, full of film starts and movie sets......

The heading of this thread is a bit of a give away!

we are talking about HISTORIC BONDS here....meaning WORTHLESS collectors items....

Also meaning there is NO MARKET for these worthless pieces of paper....other than those individuals who buy them as purely items of historical interest and curiosity.

there is NO MARKET and NO REGULATIONS surrounding the purchase, ownership or exchange of such items.

There is NO Due Diligence, NO KYC, NO CIS, NO need for passports or ANYTHING ELSE.....they are just worthless pieces of paper....

And anyone can buy or sell them if they wish to....and if the buyer wants to buy.....

good luck with trying to create a market which does not exist!!

Since: Jul 13

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#14 Aug 30, 2013
Bond Buyer wrote:
Hollywood, I am not sure which world you are living in here....the REAL world or a make believe world close to Los Angeles, full of film starts and movie sets......
The heading of this thread is a bit of a give away!
we are talking about HISTORIC BONDS here....meaning WORTHLESS collectors items....
Also meaning there is NO MARKET for these worthless pieces of paper....other than those individuals who buy them as purely items of historical interest and curiosity.
there is NO MARKET and NO REGULATIONS surrounding the purchase, ownership or exchange of such items.
There is NO Due Diligence, NO KYC, NO CIS, NO need for passports or ANYTHING ELSE.....they are just worthless pieces of paper....
And anyone can buy or sell them if they wish to....and if the buyer wants to buy.....
good luck with trying to create a market which does not exist!!
Mario, I'm not able to help your frustration, that you can not participate in transaction for insiders. I have absolutely no time to comment your nonsense anymore. The remaining question is; why would you be wasting so much of your own time to keep teaching me that my knowledge doesn't exist, while I'm refusing to teach you anything. See, you are the type that rejects existence of UFO ship just because you didn't touch it with your bare hand like old McDonald his moo moo cows. You should go back to your ebay account and make your $150 off of your unregistered wall paper bond transactions. Do not waste any more time on meaningless responses to my posts here. You will not make a single dollar out of this.

Since: Aug 13

Oxford, UK

#15 Aug 31, 2013
Bond Buyer wrote:
Hollywood, I am not sure which world you are living in here....the REAL world or a make believe world close to Los Angeles, full of film starts and movie sets......
The heading of this thread is a bit of a give away!
we are talking about HISTORIC BONDS here....meaning WORTHLESS collectors items....
Also meaning there is NO MARKET for these worthless pieces of paper....other than those individuals who buy them as purely items of historical interest and curiosity.
there is NO MARKET and NO REGULATIONS surrounding the purchase, ownership or exchange of such items.
There is NO Due Diligence, NO KYC, NO CIS, NO need for passports or ANYTHING ELSE.....they are just worthless pieces of paper....
And anyone can buy or sell them if they wish to....and if the buyer wants to buy.....
good luck with trying to create a market which does not exist!!
Just because you are not involved in something doesn't mean it is not real. Unless you have a real contribution to make, best not make any at all because bashing a page does no good to anyone, and it risks making you look ignorant, and rude. Just my two cents.
Bond Buyer

Philippines

#16 Sep 1, 2013
Everyone is entitled to their 2 cents,,,, even ME.

I am a holder and buyer for over 30 years of Historic Bonds, which gives me every right to add my own 2 cents.

I know the market and I actively participate as a buyer.....

I know what the market for historic bonds is and I wish you all very well in concluding your multi million or billion dollar deals without a hope!
tsb

United States

#17 Sep 1, 2013
the losers and hollywoods type who lived in their fictional world have truly gone insane and in their delusion or concoctions are giving a value of millions and billions to worthless toilet paper - hollywood is delusional and is excellent in making everyone who ever lay their eyes on their concoctions follow their insanity.

So, likewise, here, St-John, you have idiots and the delusionals all around who can never be taught the real banking and where does the real value lie. In their hallucinations, the idiots give value to the toilet paper that does not have any value in the banking system.
Let's ask the idiots as where is the value to these historical and expired debt - can these idiots ever take them to any banks, any financial institutions, any securities houses if these idiots describe them as the bonds inferring them as securities, any central banks, united nation, world bank, BIS, the isuing parties (the governments of the issuing paper? Which bank, or an institution will put these worthless paper on their books and give value to them, or lend against such wall papers? Banks have to be responsible to their shareholders, the central banks and have to comply with Basel III (which none of the idiots here know), before they ever think of the insanity like the idiots do.
The idiots dare not ever conceive of this, because the idiots know this much at-least that none of the aforesaid entities will ever give any value to them and lock them up just like they did to joker brokers and the so called sellers who turned up in Zurich to collect payment. Swiss police showed the taste of their penitentiary to these idiots.

Or, idiots in their delusional minds believe that Chinese and Mexican governments will give away real cash now to retire their non-existent debt. Why?

Why do you want to keep them free, St-John, because they with their machinations are only looking for jail time? The world needs some sanity and not the hollwood and the delusional types. So, let them continue with their insanity.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#18 Sep 2, 2013
TSB, I really do think that its a waste of time to tray and help people undertstand the realities of certian things!

Like all of these so-called seekers of a "quick buck" they ignore the realities of life and stick to their own perceptions of reality.

Unfortunately and as you are absolutely correct in saying, NO BANK or financial instituation will allow any value against the papers which were designed to do a job 100 years ago!!

Perhaps they will be looking for Reichsmarks next week..... one wheel barrow full = one loaf of bread..... BUT they will say they are worth BILLIONS!!

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#19 Sep 2, 2013
Here is my post;
I WILL BUY ANY CHINESE BONDS FOR ANY PRICE YOU SUGGEST.How about that. For anyone that is in a possession of such legitimate documents, it shouldn't be that much of a deal to collect few billions and walk away, would it be? If there is any inconvenience in making such amount of cash, let me know and I will personally help you with the increase of overwhelming cash by placing it on my private island.. Please respond to my email; insidecenter1111@gmail.com
Bond Buyer

Philippines

#20 Sep 2, 2013
Wow, that's what I call an offer which is too good to be true!!

And the evidence of your financial capacity to back up your offer to buy is.......?

Let me guess: German WWI bonds? In-Ground Assets? Copper Isotopes? Mexican Bonds? Venezuelan Bonds?

cash?

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