Wednesday, December 16, 2015

International "SILK Money"

Dear readers,

After months of planning and negotiating we have finally reached an agreement with the world’s largest and most trusted name in payment systems in order to bring you “SILK MONEY,” a one-of-a-kind precious metals backed membership payment card. Accepted around the world in multiple different currencies; CAD, USD, EUR, JPY, GBP, HKD, CHF.



ATTENTION EU citizens.

You can diversify your bank deposits through our SILK membership to protect yourself from the new "Bail-In" legislation effective January 1, 2016. Don't let the same thing happen to you as it did to the victims of Greece and Cyprus.

Inspired by The Ancient Silk Road

Silk Money is administered by Central Metals in partnership with the world's most trusted payment providers and allows you to create your very own GOLD standard, or silver standard or platinum standard or FX cash standard. We leave it up to you to decide which precious metal, or combination of metals is suitable for your situation, or if you just want CASH/CREDIT outside the mainstream banking system. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible and most reliable platform for a "medium of exchange." Silk Money enables you to perform transactions around the world under a fully insured system backed by physical precious metals stored in private vaults. There are no crypto-currencies or financial derivatives involved, just globally accepted money, settled on a trusted and proven payments platform hosted by a 160 year old company.


For more information please contact us HERE

Monday, December 14, 2015

Bail-In of EURO Banks Continues

There is a private banking solution to the "bail-in" threat that will save your pensions and deposits. Don't be a victim of the crisis, be proactive and save your hard earned wealth with "Silk Money"  contact us to learn more.   BK

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Watch the presses roll as Europe scrambles to fix its banks
(To read the full article you will have to subscribe to the Financial Times)

The story is about the suicide of an Italian pensioner last week after he realised that he had been “bailed-in” during a bank resolution procedure .

This hard working pensioner saved his money for retirement and bought a bank certificate which is first on the list of unsecured credit. The bank declared a "bail-in" and confiscated his funds.   Read more...