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Res­i­dents snap up Gold Bars is­sued in 49 States

- Precious Metals · Mining · Industries · United States of America · Mary Ellen Withrow · Withrow, Minnesota

Heavy Gold Vault Bricks loaded with valu­able Jumbo State Bars lay­ered in 24 Karat Gold are up for grabs as thou­sands stand to miss the dead­line to claim the gold bars; now res­i­dents in 49 states can claim the Gold Vault Bricks for them­selves and keep all the valu­able bars found in­side just by cov­er­ing the min­i­mum gold fee set for state res­i­dents within the next 48 hours

“It’s like a mod­ern day gold rush ,” said Mary Ellen Withrow, emer­i­tus 40th Trea­surer of the United States of Amer­ica.

That’s be­cause ac­tual Gold Vault Bricks™ still loaded with four 5 - ounce Jumbo State Bars lay­ered in valu­able 24 Karat Gold bear­ing the name of the First Bank of the United States of Amer­ica™ and the state they were minted for are up for grabs as thou­sands of U.S. res­i­dents stand to miss the dead­line to claim the gold. Now any res­i­dent of those states can claim the Gold Vault Bricks for them­selves and keep all the valu­able gold found in­side. That’s four mas­sive bars weigh­ing a full 20 ounces of high de­mand bul­lion cop­per lay­ered in valu­able 24 Karat Gold in all.

And here’s the best part. If you live in one of the 49 states listed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion you cover only the min­i­mum gold fee set for state res­i­dents of just $245 per bar which to­tals $980 for all four Jumbo State Bars locked away in­side th­ese gold vault bricks. That’s a real steal be­cause res­i­dents liv­ing out­side of the des­ig­nated 49 states must pay $620 per bar which to­tals $2,480 if any re­main.

“As Ex­ec­u­tive Ad­vi­sor to Fed­er­ated Mint I earn my pay de­liv­er­ing break­ing news. And to­day’ s an­nounce­ment con­firm­ing the re­lease of Gold Vault Bricks to the gen­eral pub­lic is as big as it gets. Be­lieve me, I know how valu­able th­ese Gold Vault Bricks are to re­sellers, col­lec­tors, deal­ers and any­one else who gets their hands on them,” Withrow said.

“So my adv ice is this, any­one who gets an op­por­tu­nity to get their hands on one of th­ese Gold Vault Bricks bet­ter jump at the chance be­fore they’ re all gone ,” With row said.

“Th­ese Gold Vault Bricks loaded with mas­sive 5 - ounce Jumbo State Bars lay­ered in­valu­able 24 Karat Gold make the most im­pres­sive gifts for Christ­mas, birthdays, grad­u­a­tions, wed­dings, and any other oc­ca­sion, es­pe­cially for that hard-to-buy-for per­son,” Withrow said.

Ac­cord­ing to Ms. With row, since thou­sands of U.S. res­i­dents stand to miss the dead­line to claim the gold, to­day and to­mor­row are in­tended as a“spe­cial 48 hour re­lease” for the ben­e­fit of per­sons liv­ing in the states listed in bold. This gives res­i­dents of those states a fair chance to claim the Gold Vault Bricks and all the valu­able gold loaded in­side for them­selves.

But, Ms. Withrow added, “The Gold Vault Bricks are only avail­able as in­ven­tor y per­mits dur­ing the spe­cial 48 hour re­lease and once they’ re gone, they’ re gone .” The emer­i­tus Trea­surer added ,“Re­mem­ber this, th­ese Gold Vault Bricks con­tain a full 20 ounces of high de­mand bul­lion cop­per lay­ered in valu­able 24 Karat Gold and we have no power to stop deal­ers, re­sellers, col­lec­tors and the like from buy­ing up all the Gold Vault Bricks they can get their hands on and re sell­ing them for a big profit ,” With row said.

Any­one who fails to ob­tain them dur­ing this spe­cial 48 hour re­lease may be forced to buy them later in the sec­ondary mar­ket from a dealer, re­seller or col­lec­tor at a hefty pre­mium.

”We al­ready know the phones will be ring­ing off the hook. That’s why hun­dreds of agents are stand­ing by to an­swer the phones be­gin­ning at 8:30am this morn­ing. We’re go­ing to do our best, but with just 48 hours to an­swer all the calls it won’t be easy. So make sure to tell ev­ery­one to keep call­ing if all lines are busy. We’ll do our best to an­swer them all,” Withrow said.

“That’s why Fed­er­ated Mint set up the State Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines in order to make sure res­i­dents in the 49 des­ig­nated states listed in to­day’s news­pa­per pub­li­ca­tion can get them now,” Withrow said.

The only thing read­ers of to­day’s news­pa­per pub­li­ca­tion need to do is make sure they live in one of the 49 states listed in to­day’ s news­pa­per and call the State Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines be­fore the spe­cial 48 hour re­lease ends mid­night to­mor­row. ■

 ??  ?? RES­I­DENTS IN 49 STATES CASH IN: The phone lines will be ring­ing off the hook. That’s be­cause for the next 48 hours, pack­ages con­tain­ing ac­tual Gold Vault Bricks still loaded ■ with four 5-ounce Jumbo State Bars lay­ered in valu­able 24 Karat Gold minted by the Fed­er­ated Mint are be­ing shipped to res­i­dents in 49 states. Th­ese are the only Gold Vault Bricks known to ex­ist and ev­ery­one wants them. That’s be­cause they’re still loaded with Jumbo Gold Bars bear­ing the name of The First Bank of the United States of Amer­ica and the state they were minted for. And here’s the best part. If you live in one of the 49 states listed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion you cover only the min­i­mum gold fee set for state res­i­dents of just $245 per bar. That’s a real steal be­cause res­i­dents liv­ing out­side of the des­ig­nated 49 states must pay $620 per bar if any re­main.
RES­I­DENTS IN 49 STATES CASH IN: The phone lines will be ring­ing off the hook. That’s be­cause for the next 48 hours, pack­ages con­tain­ing ac­tual Gold Vault Bricks still loaded ■ with four 5-ounce Jumbo State Bars lay­ered in valu­able 24 Karat Gold minted by the Fed­er­ated Mint are be­ing shipped to res­i­dents in 49 states. Th­ese are the only Gold Vault Bricks known to ex­ist and ev­ery­one wants them. That’s be­cause they’re still loaded with Jumbo Gold Bars bear­ing the name of The First Bank of the United States of Amer­ica and the state they were minted for. And here’s the best part. If you live in one of the 49 states listed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion you cover only the min­i­mum gold fee set for state res­i­dents of just $245 per bar. That’s a real steal be­cause res­i­dents liv­ing out­side of the des­ig­nated 49 states must pay $620 per bar if any re­main.

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