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« Reply #30 on: August 07, 2009, 04:21:38 pm »
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i have a fake FRN 1934 with me. anybody interested i willing to sell each for only US50 per piece for your collection.

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« Reply #31 on: August 07, 2009, 04:34:46 pm »
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THis is a FAKE FRN 1934. its for sale for your collection.anybody interested???again i would like to mentioned that this is a FAKE FRN 1934.

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« Reply #32 on: August 07, 2009, 06:21:25 pm »
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Hi there! Could you possibly share how to identify fake FRN from the original? I personally saw a complete 100,000$ FRN...can't tell if it's aunthentic. 

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« Reply #33 on: August 07, 2009, 11:45:53 pm »
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if you have 100,000 dollars notes under wilson, then its a fake...because this denomination was not circulated for public use and all were accounted for.how did you acquire this notes anyway???

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« Reply #34 on: August 08, 2009, 01:02:50 am »
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juanbasil is correct. All those notes were accounted for, and if memory serves me correctly, only 2 specimens are still existing. The rest were destroyed.

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« Reply #35 on: August 08, 2009, 02:26:52 am »
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juanbasil is correct. All those notes were accounted for, and if memory serves me correctly, only 2 specimens are still existing. The rest were destroyed.


Wouldn't it be nice to look into your file cabinet and find a third?

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« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2009, 07:56:21 am »
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Pinoy creativity my friend. You can find them in Bank vaults and lockers.

Those FRN or FRB are not redeamable anymore the US FED will never honor them in the first place. Those bonds were made hastily during the invasion of Europe by Hitler and Asia by the Japanese.
During the invasion the Germans are looting entire Europe confiscating all physical gold any form and shape so the European banks, the Royal Families and the Rich people including the Vatican took all  their gold and transferred it to the USA out of reach by Hitler. This gave the idea of US Pres. FDR to create Fort Knox, the US FED went all over Europe then Asia (during the Japanese Invasion) and bought all the gold they could find below market price as collateral in exchange of the FRN/FRB notes redeemable later with 10% interest.
Some of them were redeemed by their rightful owners like the British Royal Families the Vatican and some other Banks after maturity but other private companies and individuals ended up loosing their gold.

After a few years the Vatican was threatened by communist party taking over the Italian government. So US gave back most of the gold deposit to the Vatican in cash to finance the fight against the communist with the help of the Italian Mafia who in anyway are Bond holders. In exchange of their help the top Italian mafia in US were set free secretly.
Previously the Vatican made a secret treaty with Japan to protect Italy from Europe Invasion they finance the Japanese war machine just to spare them from invasion but Japan never honored that promised. So the Vatican turned to USA for help instead and withdrew their financing going to Japan, The Japan were busy looting Asia during that time that the Vatican support is not at all help full to them.

According to verified stories two US cargo planes crashed in Mindanao area carrying boxes of FRN/FRB notes destined to China, Hong Kong and Thailand (intended in exchange for gold). The planes refueled in Subic and on the way they encountered a storm that's when the plane crashed, many years latter some natives found the plane and it's cargo, boxes still sealed and a few was opened. They took the papers down to the towns and let it translated. The rumor spread fast some foreigners bought it and also locals. CIA secretly came to the Philippines and were quick to counter and they too try to purchase and also look for the rest. But forgers were also quick to make fake copies and it spread like wild fire. Because some of these found its way international the US made it a point that all FRN/FRB are counterfeit and have to be dealt at the highest level.

After the maturity of the issued FRN/FRB the US started remelting all the bars in Fort Knox to erased the original marks never to be redeemed by the owners. Until today Gold standards deposited in SWISS banks and other Gold Bullion banks followed what the US did. That all gold deposits shuold be re melted every five years by the owner so that gold bars will not loose its real value and never to leave the depository forever.

US will never buy back those FRN/FRB forever they were intended to loot legally and took advantage of war. Do you think they will give up trillions of dollars print trillion of US currency just to pay a lowly person who never owned it in the first place?

A lot of those Notes were hastily printed during that time so they can't even trace back the serial numbers and real owners their intention is to legally rob the rightful owners as fast as they can before the threat of war will end. Why did it took the US 10 years to defend Asia from the Japanese? because they are busy buying golds in Asia until there are no more gold to loot.
They did not have problems at all buying gold in Europe because Countries in Europe voluntarily transferring their wealth in the USA, and that's where all the idea began to print Paper Notes in exchange for gold.



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« Reply #37 on: August 10, 2009, 07:29:43 am »
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I tell you, these items are still redeemable... FRN, JP Morgans, Wells Fargo, AD, ABL. I met the real guys who are authorized by the FED and the representative of the owner of those items you are holding...Yes, it can be done! PM me if you got the real ones! We can work this out. there's still time!

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« Reply #38 on: August 10, 2009, 09:51:30 am »
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i've seen opened frn and frb. it doesn't look like people fake it.

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« Reply #39 on: August 11, 2009, 12:09:32 am »
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a lot of these are fake... but there are real ones. you can't identify the genuine and the fake by just looking on it, the fake of course looks almost the same as the original one. you need to have it authenticated to be sure of it.

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