Documents Required to Exchange Venezuela Bolivars for USD and Exchange Rate. Prefer $100MM Bolivar Minimum

(*after reading post proceed to the CONTACT page above)

(as of Aug 25, 2016; buyer reports that the Bolivar to USD exchange ratio is 1200 – 1400 to 1 USD.  Priority now given to direct sellers with $500M to $1B min. in bonds.  If Venezuela collapses as a nation the Bolivars will be worth $0.)

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Date: Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 12:39 PM
Subject: Procedures Required, Documents Required to Exchange Venezuela Bolivars for USD and Exchange Rate and Referral Fees Paid. Prefer $100MM+ Bolivar Minimum But selectively will consider lower amounts.

To: GLOBALCROSSROADSCAPITAL.COM;

NOTE: The owner of Venezuela Bolivars are faced with the same problems to protect their money as the people with Venezuela Bonds.

NOTE: The Exchange rate I posted was from about six weeks ago. I am emailing you news articles on Venezuela. There is an article from a Harvard Professor dated a few days ago that he expected the Country of Venezuela to default in October. He should know he is the former Finance Minister of Venezuela. After we get all documents the buyer will arrange conference call and discuss what Exchange rate they can pay. The situation changes daily due to the chaos in Venezuela.If you can’t obtain all document that are required and can be verified I can’t assist you.

Subject: Procedures Required, Documents Required to Exchange Venezuela Bolivars for USD and Exchange Rate and Referral Fees Paid. Prefer $100MM Bolivar Minimum But selectively will consider lower amounts..

PROCEDURES REQUIRED TO COMPLETE TRANSACTION:

COMPLETE Coordinates both Internal bank in Venezuela and external bank where we send USD (include full contact info for both Bank officers)

Passport copy of signatory

Copy of Cedula de Idenifad of VEF-account holder

I will do super fast DD and revert with coordinates using USD and payment menu from cashier’s checks

These are left in custody of VEF’s bank officer

We will get a high-definition scanned copy, and contact coordinates of bank officer for verification

We will confirm checks and SWIFT USD.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR CONVERSION:

(1) RIF (RIF is similar to SSN or EIN number.  Every citizen & business in Venezuela has a RIF)

(2) Corporate resolution (if company involved/not individual)

(3) CIS/KYC

(4) Signatory’s passport

(5) Bank statement/POF

(6) Internal account details AND

(7) External account details

We will check the documents submitted and confirm ASAP that nothing is missing per the above schedule.  The USD provider will NOT review the package unless it is complete.We would like to submit a complete package so we can have the USD-P complete his DD expeditiously without delay.  Once DD is complete, the USD-P will confirm is acceptable and will contact the B-P and finalize the deal so we can engage and close the deal.

EXCHANGE RATE THE BUYER IS PAYING:

Exchange rate my clients are paying with all documents required received can then settle in as little as 72 hours.

Face value over One Billion USD = 20-25:1

500 Million = 30-35: 1

109 Million to 499 Million = 40: 1

Commissions are 5% to 10% based on size and how frequent of the exchange !

If your IR media firm has any contractual clients that are eligible for this program let us know asap.

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GLOBALCROSSROADSCAPITAL.COM is a US Vet-owned IR media firm and is not a lender, funder, investor, buyer, seller, free advisor, or broker-dealer.  if you are interested in and are eligible for the above program you must a be a client to proceed. First step to be one is to proceed to the CONTACT page at top of this blogfeed.

  • Do not contact us or fill out intake form pretending to not know you must be a contractual client of ours or any PR/IR firm.

WARNING: No more warnings will be provided for those who spam this blogfeed rather the read the entire blogpost from top to bottom and follow the instructions.  Your spam will be discarded.

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7 thoughts on “Documents Required to Exchange Venezuela Bolivars for USD and Exchange Rate. Prefer $100MM Bolivar Minimum

    • Right below where i Write how sad it is so many can read plain english or follow any instruction i get another numberskull who writes be lwo thinking this a public bulletine board even though it says plain as day at the top it is not

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  1. Who ever has such a hard time reading plain english is not very educated. My statement is contingent on the bankruptcy of the government of Venezuela if and when that occurs. Also it clear that you cannot read that this is the summary of a Bolivar buyer. You also cannot seem to read the disclaimer at the top of the blogfeed and the one at the bottom.

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