U.S. zip codes turn up cash for res­i­dents

U.S. Gov’t is­sued un­cut sheets of money are ac­tu­ally be­ing handed over to the first U.S. call­ers who find their zip code on the dis­tri­bu­tion list be­low and beat the 48-hour or­der dead­line to get Bankers Port­fo­lio full of real money

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U.S. res­i­dents who find their zip code on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List will feel like they just won the lot­tery.

That’s be­cause for the next 48 hours, un­cut sheets of never cir­cu­lated $2 bills are be­ing re­leased by the Lin­coln Trea­sury not to banks, not to deal­ers and not just to the rich and fa­mous, but di­rectly to U.S. res­i­dents who beat the or­der dead­line.

The only thing res­i­dents need to do is look for their zip code on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List printed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion. If their zip code ap­pears on the list, they need to im­me­di­ately call the Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­line be­fore the 48-hour or­der dead­line ends to get the pro­tec­tive Bankers Port­fo­lios each loaded with its own un­cut sheet of never cir­cu­lated $2 bills. But only those res­i­dents whose zip code ap­pears on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List can even get the pro­tec­tive Bankers Port­fo­lios full of real money.

“The un­cut sheets of $2 bills are be­ing re­leased un­til the 48 hour dead­line ends.” said Timothy J. Shissler, Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor of Vault Op­er­a­tions at the pri­vate Lin­coln Trea­sury.

“That’s why we’ve set up a Toll Free Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­line to make sure res­i­dents get them now,” he said.

“This an­nounce­ment is be­ing so widely ad­ver tised be­cause ever y thing in our vault is avail­able to the gen­eral pub­lic for the next 48 hours. So res­i­dents who want to get the un­cut sheets of never cir­cu­lated $2 bills had bet­ter hurry and call right now,” Shissler said.

Those who want to get in on this now need to beat the dead­line. Just think what they could be worth some­day.

“Cur­rency val­ues al­ways fluc­tu­ate, and there are never any guar­an­tees. But at just

$38 the Bankers Por t folio is a real steal since the first U. S. call­ers who beat the

48-hour dead­line are get­ting the never cir­cu­lated U. S. Gov’t is­sued un­cut sheet of money for just face value,” Shissler said.

“It wouldn’t sur­prise any­one to see un­cut money sheets on dis­play in the Oval Of­fice or un­der guard at the Smithsonian,” he said.

“In fact, they are so sel­dom seen, banks don’t even have them. That’s why I’ve is­sued a di­rec­tive to re­lease all of the never cir­cu­lated un­cut sheets of $2 bills from our pri- vate vault re­serve to res­i­dents of the U.S.. Res­i­dents whose zip code is not on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List can’t have our Bankers Port­fo­lio loaded with these un­cut sheets of $2 bills,” Shissler said.

“These un­cut sheets of Gov’t is­sued $2 bills will be highly sought af ter and are ex­tremely pop­u­lar to hand out as gifts for friends and fam­ily,” he said.

Most peo­ple have never even seen one of these full un­cut sheets of four never cir­cu­lated bills.

“We’re brac­ing for all the calls. With just hours lef t, we’re do­ing our best to make sure U. S. res­i­dents get through. But, it is im­por­tant that res­i­dents find their zip code on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List and call the Toll Free Hot­line right away to beat the dead­line.” he said.

“We’re al­low­ing res­i­dents whose zip code ap­pears on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List to claim as many as 10 Bankers Port­fo­lios. But, since you can’t get these pro­tec­tive Bankers Port­fo­lios full of U.S. Gov’t is­sued un­cut sheets of money at banks, credit unions or even the Fed­eral Re­serve the lim­its will be strictly en­forced,” Shissler said.

“So, res­i­dents who want these Gov’t is­sued un­cut sheets of real money need to call right now. If lines are busy keep try­ing, we prom­ise to an­swer all calls,” Shissler said.

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