Montresor 2011 Financial trade Policies for Hati Bylaws.

Montresor 2011 - August 31 2010, 10:53 AM

Haitian citizens, residents, and visitors,

I present to you the principal tariff conditions applied to the banking operations of private individuals, professionals, companies, and associations with international operations.

Faithful and co-operatives, the head of state studied his tariffs with the best national interests in mind in order to bring many solutions to our country's political and social problems and to reconcile quality of presentation in order to offer social services to the population of Haiti.

Tariffs and Income Solutions

Transfer National D'Haïti (the tariffs and income Policies) was created by Montresor the future commander in-chief of Haiti as a solution to help regulate and protect Haitian national and international interests as well as to provide benefits such as the following to the Haitian people:

Tax rebates
Food programs
Health care
Housing programs
Loans, education

What is Transfer National D'Haïti?

Transfer National D'Haïti is a multi-currency system designed to manage the entire country's financial transactions such as payroll, property tax, and income tax. We the government of Haiti encourage everyone to use Transfer National D'Haïti for all purchases so that you have legal proof in the event of a dispute or legal action.

Our government and justice department will accept all electronic e-mail receipts, printout receipts, and stamps from ePostalDHaiti.com for use as legal court documents.

Note:

In order to understand Transfer National and take advantage of this global opportunity, it is recommended that all users improve their English-speaking skills.

Must have e-mail account with ePostalDHaiti.com
Everyone using Transfer National D'Haiti is required to obtain an e-mail social ID account with ePostalDHaiti.com. Any other e-mail addresses used to obtain a new account, access an account, or change account information will be suspended or deleted unless authorized by the executive office of the government of Haiti.

Standards for using Transfer National D'Haiti
As future president of Haiti, my wish is that everyone will grow and prosper.

It is important that everyone use Transfer National D'Haïti with integrity, respect, and with the intent to have a prosperous life.

Your contribution is needed.

Please do not abuse the system with corruption and kidnappings.

All illegal and corrupt activities, whether from individuals or companies, will be prosecuted, and if found guilty, will receive the maximum sentence and fine allowable by law and international law.

Rules for opening an account
Multiple accounts on Transfer National D'Haïti or ePostal D'Haïti are not allowed, with the exception of business owners, who must open a business account.

Individuals are not allowed to use personal accounts for business and business owners are not allowed to use business accounts for personal use. This same standard applies to all government officials.

Death in the family
In the event of a death in the family you as a family member are hereby required by law to notify the government social agency and request the immediate closing of the deceased's account.

Information safety
In order to help you optimize the management of your accounts, please take note of "our councils" in the points economic and social of the country.

Certain services require an analysis and tariffing of public and private sectors.

Before operating, and for more detailed information, do not hesitate to consult your advisor or account executive for Transfer National D'Haïti. As a citizen you have an active role in ensuring the complete safety of the information that you exchange with public and private sectors.

Our online services are protected.

Please note the following recommendations.

Secure connection
Transfer National D'Haïti will never send e-mail messages with a link that directs you to a page asking for your account ID and password.

If you receive such an e-mail, do NOT enter your account information.

Rather, get your Transfer National D'Haïti website address directly from your navigator and store it in your Internet favorites.

By using this method, you ensure that your connection with the Internet is the most secure.

Log off after use
Always log off your account after use by clicking the disconnect button.

By using the disconnect button, you ensure that your account is no longer open on the Internet.

Password safety
To manage your password:
Create a password that will be easy for you to remember, but do not use a password that you have already used for other services (such as for e-mail).

Remember your password, and do not give it to anyone.

Change your password regularly.

For safety reasons, do not save your account ID and password on the Internet page, even if your navigator asks if you want to do so.

Never transmit your password.

Transfer National D'Haïti representatives will never ask you for your password.

If someone asks you for your password and tells you they are from our website, do NOT give them your password.

Contact us immediately.

Contact us immediately if you can't remember your account information or password and are unable to connect to Transfer National D'Haïti.

Be aware of online fraud
To avoid fraud, be extremely vigilant about e-mails you receive about your account.

Certain defrauders try to abuse your trust by sending you an e-mail asking you for personal information such as the number on your bankcard, the account ID and password of your account, etc. They often include a link that when clicked on, leads to a fictitious website that may look the site of your bank when in fact it is not.

Remain vigilant.

Check the date and time of your last connection to Transfer National D'Haiti.

Check your accounts regularly.

If you have any doubts about the security of your account, change your password immediately.

Montresor 2011 working for the good of Haitians!!

God bless!
Montresor2011 at gmail.com
www.2011haitianunites.com

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