Looking for Japanese Bonds; Series 55 and 57

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Paul G

Tipperary, Ireland

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Aug 27, 2012
 
We are looking for Japanese Bonds; Series 55 and 57 for Authgorised Redemption Trade Programme. 01TS@mail.com
bahleem

Tokyo, Japan

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Jun 19, 2013
 
I have 57 seres japanese bonds can youtrade?osakaboeki@hotmail
Real Redemption Program

Federal Way, WA

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Sep 2, 2013
 
bahleem wrote:
I have 57 seres japanese bonds can youtrade?osakaboeki@hotmail
1. The only treaty holder with the Japanese and the only entity being allowed to redeem the bonds and pay a profit to the bond holders.
2. This is NOT a trade program, this is a redemption program. The treaty calls for every bond to be turned in immediately following payment. There is a trade program involved but that is a trade against LC's issued against the bonds. This trade generates the cash required to purchase the bonds from the bond holders.
3. It is a sale. The bond holders will be paid 250% of face value over a period of 1 year, paid weekly. That is what is being proposed right now and what has been approved. The bond holder is paid in advance of relinquishing his bond so if the payment that has been made is deemed insufficient the bond holder will not send his bond and will simply return the funds received. Considering that these bonds currently have a value of zero, I don't expect this to be the case.
I hope this answers all the questions, time is very short. I cannot stress enough that this is the ONLY legitimate method any bond holder will ever have to be paid on Japanese 57 bonds. We have the ONLY treaty allowing the bonds to be purchased and when this very short window closes, all bonds remaining in the possession of bond holders will be rendered valueless forever. This has happened before in the past with other types of bonds; a one time offer is made, the bonds are redeemed and destroyed and the un-redeemed bonds are no more than a novelty from that date forward.
Concerning a meeting to sign a 'contract', I'm sorry but time will simply not allow this. There is already hundreds of thousands of bonds registered and it would be a logistical nightmare to try to meet with all of these bond holders. Each attorney holding bonds on behalf of bond holders will be called, the bonds in their possession confirmed, and the sale will proceed, which is all that is required.
It is important to understand that for bondholders that have been holding these bonds for decades, this treaty is a miracle. Many people have tried to do something with these bonds and have been sent to prison for their efforts. This is because Japan WILL NOT confirm the validity of the bonds except through this treaty. It is illegal to even have a Japanese 57 bond in your possession in the United States and many other countries. I urge all bond holders to do this now, it is a once in a lifetime offer, and it won't be repeated.
Best regards,
Mr. Bates
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Carsten Plorin

Budapest, Hungary

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Oct 21, 2013
 
Paul G wrote:
We are looking for Japanese Bonds; Series 55 and 57 for Authgorised Redemption Trade Programme. 01TS@mail.com
Dear Gentlemen,

we are in possession of 2 x 5bi Japanese Bonds Series 57 and would highly appreciate an offer from your side to bring them into trading.

Please send your procedure and conditions to cplorin@web.de.

Best regards, Carsten Plorin
Nat C -

Cochrane, Canada

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Oct 24, 2013
 
How does one submit Japanese bonds to the Redemption Program?
Are the doors still open for submitting bonds to the REal Redemption Program?
Please reply to:
zephyrimextradingltd@gmail.com
Thank you
Real Redemption Program wrote:
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1. The only treaty holder with the Japanese and the only entity being allowed to redeem the bonds and pay a profit to the bond holders.
2. This is NOT a trade program, this is a redemption program. The treaty calls for every bond to be turned in immediately following payment. There is a trade program involved but that is a trade against LC's issued against the bonds. This trade generates the cash required to purchase the bonds from the bond holders.
3. It is a sale. The bond holders will be paid 250% of face value over a period of 1 year, paid weekly. That is what is being proposed right now and what has been approved. The bond holder is paid in advance of relinquishing his bond so if the payment that has been made is deemed insufficient the bond holder will not send his bond and will simply return the funds received. Considering that these bonds currently have a value of zero, I don't expect this to be the case.
I hope this answers all the questions, time is very short. I cannot stress enough that this is the ONLY legitimate method any bond holder will ever have to be paid on Japanese 57 bonds. We have the ONLY treaty allowing the bonds to be purchased and when this very short window closes, all bonds remaining in the possession of bond holders will be rendered valueless forever. This has happened before in the past with other types of bonds; a one time offer is made, the bonds are redeemed and destroyed and the un-redeemed bonds are no more than a novelty from that date forward.
Concerning a meeting to sign a 'contract', I'm sorry but time will simply not allow this. There is already hundreds of thousands of bonds registered and it would be a logistical nightmare to try to meet with all of these bond holders. Each attorney holding bonds on behalf of bond holders will be called, the bonds in their possession confirmed, and the sale will proceed, which is all that is required.
It is important to understand that for bondholders that have been holding these bonds for decades, this treaty is a miracle. Many people have tried to do something with these bonds and have been sent to prison for their efforts. This is because Japan WILL NOT confirm the validity of the bonds except through this treaty. It is illegal to even have a Japanese 57 bond in your possession in the United States and many other countries. I urge all bond holders to do this now, it is a once in a lifetime offer, and it won't be repeated.
Best regards,
Mr. Bates
Reply to: Ceo@Tprenergy.com
tanaka

Tampa, FL

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Mar 8, 2014
 
It is March 2014 and there are several investigations on going for so called Series 55, 56, 57. These have been turned in either via Treaty agreements or surrendering to banks; therefore, you are most likely dealing fraudulently when enquiring about 55, 56, and 57 series. They are done, complete, and no longer in circulation. But hey, 3 squares a day in jail with a library, gym, and private toilet.. doesn't get much better than going straight to real retirement.I don't know why this scam (55, 56, 57 available) keeps circulating. Guess people can't afford pin stripe suits and go for pin stripe jail garb.

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