Discussion With PIF Topshelf- Mark Meersman – NDA Vietnamese Dong
Originally posted http://globalcurrencyreset.net/nda-vietnamese-dong-mark-meersman/
Here is an old softball interview from 2011 with Mark http://www.softballcenter.com/mark-meersman/
As some of you know, I spoke privately with Mark Meersman. This was in June of 2014. Mark, explained a lot. The dong process has changed, but Mark had mentioned in an interview to “Expect the unexpected.” I missed that call unfortunately, but I trust that he said it. Mark states in a call on April 2 2014 that you need to hold onto your own currency and not just give it away.
At one point, Mark and former Senator Dave Schmidt were doing the private exchanges. Suddenly, the call was deleted, and you never heard Dave mention Mark again. The same happened with Dave and exogen from Stage 3 Alpha
Here are the two deleted calls of Mark Meersman and Dave Schmidt:
Dave Schmidt May 29 2014 – Mark is revealed for the first time.
Dave Schmidt PIF April 2 2014 deleted – PIF mentioned. Dave mentions people have already cashed out. G-man (Lee) is mentioned and speaks around the 17 minute point, Lee is described as a representative of the U.S. Treasury.
Dave was reporting that people had already cashed out in the April 2, 2014 recording.
Here is a call with Frank26 (KTF Always) from April 1, 2015 with Mark Meersman
Coming soon, a brand new call, bookmark this page and come back after April 15, 2015
As you know, since 2014, my thoughts are that people should wait to exchange their currency at a bank, and that they should not sign an NDA. If you want to do so, go right ahead. I have not made any conflicting statements since last year on my position.
Personally, I cannot vouch for any NDA or any private exchange because of the bad testimony of my readers/followers. Many of you have expressed that I warn others about such groups as the following:
the VNDBONANZA group (Blaino / Blaine Fogel)
the General 64 Group
the admirals group
the Okie group
If there is another group, avoid them as well. Other considerations to think about:
- An attorney in fact, is not an attorney, but someone who is authorized to make decisions on your behalf
- Who is paying the higher rate
- Where is this money coming from
- Since when do the 1% care about the other 99% of us?
- Why do you trust people you have never met
- What do you have to lose
- Has your attorney read the NDA?
According to Wikipedia:
As an agent, an attorney-in-fact is a fiduciary for the principal, so the law requires an attorney-in-fact to be completely honest with and loyal to the principal in their dealings with each other. If the attorney-in-fact is being paid to act for the principal, the contract is usually separate from the power of attorney itself, so if that contract is in writing, it is a separate document, kept private between them, whereas the power of attorney is intended to be shown to various other people.
I took the time to find out the truth, and I am glad that I did. According to Mark, the NDA is for the protection of the person exchanging, you and I. It’s private, no one is forcing you to sign it. This is great because in my honest opinion, you have no reason to sign it anyways.
Obviously, some things have changed since 2014. Now, Mark goes by topshelf, previously PIF, and prior to that spguru on some of the boards/forums.
I’m not going to be sending out copies of the NDA, you can get them from Vndbonza.com, it’s the same ones. Also, if you follow my Twitter (see link below) you already have access to the NDAs. Now, if you signed up for the private exchange a while back, then you received the NDA delivered to your inbox. Now, I’m not signing them, watch my video here:
Mark agreed with me that these dinar options are bad, and that these companies who sell options or layaway DO NOT have what they say they have. Mark agreed that physical was the way to go, there isn’t much time to still buy it he said. In my opinion, he is wrong. On my sister site http://dinarrvnews.net/ I have posted recent Central Bank of Iraq documents that I had professionally translated. This was not a Google Translation, but a real one.
According to what Mark said in 2014 exchanges will be at TIER 1 banks such as Chase/Wells Fargo etc. The security is in place for anyone exchanging, obviously, we don’t want a line of people standing. This is good news because many of you were concerned about turning in your currency in the middle of an office building, not so, this exchange will be done AT THE BANK. You can get cash, or cashiers check, and your money will be made available, there is no 30 day hold, you exchange, you get your funds, end of story.
This article, originally posted in 2014 around May/June, has not really been updated. I became more active on Twitter and Facebook, learned more about the different currencies, and have come to the conclusion that people should still avoid signing any NDA without having a qualified attorney read it and approve it first.
If you have any further questions, please direct them to my Twitter page, thanks.