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Need Venezuelan, German or Mexican Bonds on Euroclear

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Joe

Beverly, OH

#1 Jun 1, 2011
I need German, Chinese, Venezuelan, Mexican Sovereign bonds on Euroclear. Please be willing to provide an attestation letter stating owner is RWA to sell immediately. Send to [email protected]
BS Spotter

Ventura, CA

#2 Jun 2, 2011
Question.

What would be your buying price for a $500M venezuelan bond, posted and registered in euroclear?

Are you the buyer?

Or, at least, direct to the buyer?
Ven Bond

Beverly, OH

#3 Jun 2, 2011
BS Spotter wrote:
Question.
What would be your buying price for a $500M venezuelan bond, posted and registered in euroclear?
Are you the buyer?
Or, at least, direct to the buyer?
How about contacting me directly so we may discuss:
[email protected]
Clay

Seattle, WA

#4 Jun 7, 2011
I uploaded those bonds. are you seeking to put yours on euroclear do you WANT TO BUY already existing ones that are on euroclear?
CM
Ven Bond response

Beverly, OH

#5 Jun 7, 2011
BS Spotter wrote:
Question.
What would be your buying price for a $500M venezuelan bond, posted and registered in euroclear?
Are you the buyer?
Or, at least, direct to the buyer?
Is this a corporate bond or a sovereign bond? I cannot solicit by offering a price. You may send your asking price, procedures and Euroclear page to prove ownership to [email protected] if you have a bond for sell. Please note that we require a letter of attestation.
Ven Bond response

Beverly, OH

#6 Jun 7, 2011
I cannot solicit by providing a price to you for your bond. If you would like to provide a nonsolicitation letter, a copy of your Euroclear page to prove ownership, an asking price and a letter of attestation, I would be more than happy to respons immediately. Please send your information to [email protected]
Ven Bond response

Beverly, OH

#7 Jun 7, 2011
Clay wrote:
I uploaded those bonds. are you seeking to put yours on euroclear do you WANT TO BUY already existing ones that are on euroclear?
CM
Yes we are looking for sellers who are able to provide a letter of attestation and a copy of Euroclear pages that demonstrate ownership.

Since: Jul 11

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#9 Jul 14, 2011
Did you ever find the venezuelan bonds?
Jay

Washington, DC

#10 Jul 15, 2011
If you are Buyer Mandate or seller Mandate please feel free to contact me at [email protected]
Investment Banker

Chicago, IL

#11 Jul 15, 2011
Does anyone know of any collectors who would be interested in purchasing Venezuelan bonds? They are not on Euroclear but the owner has an attorney attestation letter and is not seeking millions of dollars for the bond. [email protected]

Since: Jul 11

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#12 Jul 16, 2011
Investor Banker, collectors would pay between $9.00 to $15.00 per copy. And, you should know better; attorney attestation letters are worthless for a collector. Unless you are trying to confuse us into believing the historical, not rated, non registered venezuelan bonds can be placed as collateral and pull funds for a trading contract. In this case, you are not an investor's banker, but a scammer yourself misguiding people with a fake title and fake profession.
Investment Banker

Chicago, IL

#13 Jul 16, 2011
Mr. Negro,

I'm not sure what post you are reading but mine says nothing about any bond being placed as collateral etc. Far too often people here are ready to pounce on a post and with no facts or evidence make unsubstantiated accusations. The question simply was and is does anyone know a collector who would be interested in purchasing Venezuelan Bonds?

Your response is speculative, offbase and did not even address question.

Since: Jul 11

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#14 Jul 16, 2011
Investment Banker wrote:
Does anyone know of any collectors who would be interested in purchasing Venezuelan bonds? They are not on Euroclear but the owner has an attorney attestation letter and is not seeking millions of dollars for the bond. [email protected]
Let's see: "They are not on Euroclear"...meaning what? Hint..hint.

Let's see again: "but the owner has an attorney attestation letter and is not seeking millions of dollars for the bond." ... meaning what? Hint...hint.

Bottom line: Deceiptful presentation: A collector will never give rat's ass about anything being in the banking system. Only dumb brokers who think they will get rich with the purchased bonds. Lawyer attestation, saying what? The bonds are real and if you are lucky, you can use them as collateral to do what? Look at the "framed bonds on the wall"?

The seller is not seeking "millions" (as in plural for million).

Give us a break Mr. Investmet Banker. You may be able to fool some of the people some of the time...but not me!
peter tucker

United States

#15 Jul 17, 2011
Another forum cop with no name
Investment Banker

Antioch, IL

#16 Jul 18, 2011
Mr. Negro,

It is better to remain silent and let people think you're an idot then to type and remove all doubt. You have no idea what the owner of the bonds is willing to do to prove ownership and authenticity. You also do not know how much he is asking for the bonds. You type from a standpoint of ignorance and continue to make unfounded and incorrect statements.

Do you know what that means? hint.....hint. It means you do not know what you are talking about. I also see the word "collateral" in your post again. Perhaps you are simply stuck on stupid. And I guess fooling a fool would be a bit of a task wouldn't it? Its as if you insist on finding something sinister with our client's request and there simply isn't.
peter tucker

United States

#17 Jul 18, 2011
There is no Mr. "Negro" Anothyer bizarre demented joke

Since: Jul 11

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#18 Jul 19, 2011
Just a clown with an huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge but unrealized ego hiding behind a picture of Albert Einstein.

ARE YOU TIRED OF NON-PERFORMANCE?

IF YOU NOW ARE NOW REALLY SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING YOUR CLIENT INTO A REAL PPP CONTACT US:

https://pppkingdom.wordpress.com/

Best Regards,

FINANCIAL WARRIOR

Since: Jul 11

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#21 Jul 28, 2011
I heard Venezuela is releasing $4.2b of venezuelan bonds and 60% will be sold in the secondary market. I also heard a list will be published of the investors that bought them. I wonder who has this list and most importanly, who has contact with the central bank of venezuela to help us get our hands on more bonds (we boughts ours from an investor in London and we sold them in 2 weeks later and this UK contact does not have any more).

Since: Jul 11

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#23 Jul 30, 2011
If a venezuelan bond (or any bond for that matter) is not in the banking system, no matter how people will argue; they are worthless. The holder of a piece of paper can claim whatever he wants. But, if the banking community does not embrace the alleged asset, might as well frame it and showcase it in your office lobby. No other use for it.

Since: Nov 10

United States

#24 Aug 5, 2011
Total absolute lie

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