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
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.