Very good response from Sri Lankan expats - Sri Lanka Nation Building bonds

  • 4 May 2006 10:09:53 GMT

    From Homeland

    The Bank of Tamileelam shows the way to your prosperity and the Economic Development of the Tamil Homeland.

    Those of you who had gone Abroad in search of a better life ... Join In The` `THAYAKA OLI`

    The Light of the Homeland ? Non ? Resident Fixed Deposit Scheme

    Your Deposits will be Invested in:

    AGRICULTURE FISHERIES INDUSTRIES

    ` THAYAKA OLI`

    Non- Resident Fixed Deposit Scheme has the following Benefits:

    High Interest Rate.

    Maximum safety.

    Opportunity For Depositing In your Name Or In The Name Of your Nominee.

    Facilities For paying The Interests On your Deposits To a person Of your Choice Living Here In The Homeland. Either Monthly or at Maturity.

    The Interest Rates:

    Non ? Resident Fixed Deposits (Interest at Maturity)

    24 Months Non- Resident Fixed Deposit 11 %

    12 Months Non- Resident Fixed Deposit 10 %

    Non- Resident Fixed Deposits (Monthly Interest)

    24 Months Non- Resident Fixed Deposit 10 %

    12 Months Non- Resident Fixed Deposit 09 %

    Contact:

    Personal Callers Welcome in Our Branches.

    Bank of Tamileelam

    Thamizheezha Vaippakam Thamizhatin Kaappakam.

  • 4 May 2006 10:10:01 GMT

    That would be 6% on Rs that devalue by 60% a year isnt it ?

    Anyway good luck to the fools who bought this piece of junk from the GOSL too.

  • 4 May 2006 10:39:10 GMT

    AJ06 my posting is about Bank of Tamil EElam.

    6% interest Of Bank of tamil eelam funds in foreign currency account.

    Local currency it is like 11% because they take inflation on account.

  • 4 May 2006 10:47:00 GMT

    [Bank Of Tamil EElam are offering 6% interest. maturing in 3 year]

    Never trust Kotiya who changes its pulli when he wants. Many of the Eelamists have money in foreign countries and talk loud of patriotic banks LoL :)

  • 4 May 2006 11:32:11 GMT

    Ajan ,

    what is the currancy used in bank of tamil ealam? eMoney?

    dont they except rupee?

  • 4 May 2006 12:29:28 GMT

    I got that e-mail too. Bank of Eelam has NO plans to redeem those bonds ever! Apparently it goes to education LTTE hierarchy`s kids in the West.

  • 4 May 2006 12:33:00 GMT

    Kamani wrote,

    [Never trust Kotiya who changes its pulli when he wants. ]

    Pulli in tamil means spots.

    Kotiya has stripes!!

  • 4 May 2006 13:27:40 GMT

    Lankatileke , LTTE use local currency for its daily activities.

    they use foreign currency bonds too.

    Ravi , BOTT Function as indipendant bank from LTTE , it runs by experianced people and stafs most are garduates. someone here said Tamilselvan son is studing in cambridge university , his son is only 2 years old, isnt it shows how your media fooling people like you.

    Prabaharans childrens are in london in fact his childrens are studing and working in wanni.

    it is all propaganda , what makes me laugh is this sinhalese are fooled by their media , not educated by media.

    when you read stories like that ignore my friend.

    but i can tell you this, Tigers Government do scholership scheme for bright people. if someone are nominated for further studies or training abroad they are assesed by a commitee and aproved and send abroad to study.

    prabaharans childrens are very smart and if they were selected in that scheeme and flown and study i dont know.

    in Tiger there is no preferantial treatment.

  • 4 May 2006 13:36:43 GMT

    Ajan [LTTE use local currency for its daily activities]

    would you please explain me what [`local`] mean here?

  • 4 May 2006 13:41:49 GMT

    LOCAL CURRENCY MEAN , Whatever currency in circulation.

    now srilankan rupee in circulation , LTTe will not launch its own currency because LTTE believe in single currency for some asian country.