Am I part of Tier 4B that I read so much about on the Internet?
I feel there is a lot of confusion about this.
Many times you will see posts or videos mention the Tier 4B and they loosely call them ‘the Internet Group’.
This means, when readers/viewers come across it, they think to themselves… “I must be in the Internet Group because I’m seeing this on the Internet!”
Sounds feasible, but it’s not exactly how it works.
Do you have International Currency on hand?
Have you previously bought international currency with the intention of exchanging it when those currencies revalue.
In other words, have you bought foreign currency, such as Iraqi Dinar, Vietnamese Dong or Zimbabwe Zim? These are some of the main ones.
What does Tier 4B mean?
All the people who have bought foreign currency with the intention of exchanging once the countries have revalued, will be paid out in tiers:
- Tier 1
- Tier 2
- Tier 3
- Tier 4A
- Tier 4B – The Internet Group
- Tier 5 – The General Public
Those in Tier 4B are those on the Internet who have been following very closely as to when the currencies will revalue. You are called ‘The Internet Group’.
Exactly who is ‘The Internet Group’?
Only those who are holding international currencies such as dinar, dong or zim, who have been following closely on the Internet as to when these currencies revalue. Many have been waiting for a very long time… watching, waiting.
OK, so when these currencies revalue, you will be called to go into a Redemption Centre. The purpose of that appointment is to exchange your currency into the currency of the country you live in.
Exactly who is ‘The General Public’?
Of course, we all know who the general public is, but in this instance it means… those who have been holding onto foreign currencies but have tucked it away safely in their sock drawer and long forgotten about it.
But, once the information becomes common knowledge that the currencies have revalued, these people will suddenly remember… hey, I’ve got some of that in my sock drawer!
They will then be able to trot along and exchange their currencies.
What is a Redemption Centre?
The Redemption Centre could be to a local bank, or an office within a bank, or an office nearby. In other words, they will use whatever is convenient to them at the time.
Once they have completed the currency exchanges, they will then open up the market to the public.
Into what account will these funds be paid?
Over the years we have had to state which bank account we wanted these funds to go into. This may still be the case, but they may deposit it directly into our new QFS accounts. Of this, I’m unsure. It makes sense to me because banks accounts at this time are so uncertain, while the QFS is totally safe and not able to be hacked.
NESARA-GESARA payments are different
On the other hand, we are all expecting to receive payments from NESARA-GESARA. Whether it will be linked to your birth certificate, refund of taxes, returning the fees you paid on your mortgage… or whatever else… this will be done worldwide for everyone.
Information on some of NESARA-GESARA is a little sketchy, (as they said it would be) but I would presume (and it’s only my presumption) that these funds will be paid directly into your QFS account. No Redemption Centre appointments necessary.
If you do not currently have any of these foreign currencies, why not try to grab some at this late, late stage. Even just a little will be better than none.
Even if you are not in a position to purchase any, do not worry… we are coming into abundance for everyone anyway.
I hope this has cleared up the confusion many feel as to whether they belong to the Internet Group or not and whether they are regarded as being in Tier 4B.