R.K. Berry 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Private hoard of never before seen state $2 bills being released for the next 7 days, only in 4 packs of protective estate wallets each loaded with its own state $2 bill for just $12 per wallet UMS – It’s like a run on the banks. The phones just keep ringing off the hook. That’s because U.S. residents can only get the World Reserve’s never before seen state overlaid $2 bills for the next 7 days. All residents have to do is call 1-888-485-8214 or one of the five Overflow Hotlines to get their new state bills. These special Toll Free Hotlines have been set up because you can’t get these exclusive bills at local banks, credit unions or even the Federal Reserve. They’re being banded in packs of four and released directly to U.S. residents exclusively by the World Reserve. These crisp U.S. $2 bills featuring the exclusively designed state overlaid printing are so precious you would never even dream of carrying them around in an ordinary leather wallet. That’s why they are being released in individually loaded rich protective estate wallets. They are so impressive, everyone will swear they must have been taken right from the President’s Desk. “Everything in our vault may soon be gone. So residents who want to get them now had better hurry and call,” said Jefferson Marshall, Executive Director of the World Reserve Monetary Exchange. Some collectors are always trying to snatch up all the $2 bills issued by the Government they can get their hands on. They know that $2 bills are almost impossible to find in your pocket change these days. Originally issued in 1928, the currently designed $2 bills have largely been locked away in the bowels of the U. S. Federal Reserve vaults, rarely distributed by banks and almost never seen in circulation. The $2 bills issued by the Treasury Department’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing, makers of all of the nation’s paper currency, make up less than 1% of the $670 billion in genuine U.S. currency that circulates worldwide, according to the U.S. Department of Treasury. “That’s why I’ve authorized a limited number of genuine Government issued $2 bills to be overlaid with each state’s Restricted printing and released from our private vault reserve to all U.S. residents who beat the 7-day deadline. For now dealers can’t get the vault packs of the state $2 bills to make sure residents can get what they need,” Marshall said. “These exclusive state $2 bills will be highly sought after and are extremely popular to hand out as gifts for friends and family. They are the perfect gift for any occasion,” he said. “That’s why this announcement is being so widely advertised, to make sure every U.S. resident has a chance to get their own state $2 bill,” said Marshall. They are sure to impress because most people have never even seen one of these newly enhanced state $2 bills featuring their state’s skyline and significant state symbol with President Thomas Jefferson on the front. “Since these are the only existing state $2 bills, anyone who wants more than 10 sealed vault packs of 4 bills in protective estate wallets must submit requests in writing so there will be no hoarding by dealers,” said Marshall. “You better believe we will be strictly enforcing the limits so that we can guarantee there will be at least 10 vault packs for U.S. residents who call in the next 7 days,” Marshall said.
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