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THE BIG CALL WITH BRUCE THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2019, INTEL ONLY
TRANSCRIBED BY PINKROSES
Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. Today has been a strange and yet unusual day because the information I have gotten since Tuesday night’s call was pretty positive about everything moving along nicely for today.
By that I mean we were really looking for notification to take place, but we also thought the groups out west based in Reno were going to get started. They were going to be paid out finely. Pay Masters have had their accounts funded for some time now. They are just waiting for the Green light to go ahead and release those accounts for the group members.
Bruce: Now, I know we have talked about the concept of a shotgun start. Whereas we do still have that concept in mind whereby the groups are paid pretty much at the same time the numbers come out, and we set our appointments as Group 4B.
The other groups, 4A which includes the Core 30, and the 100 and 20 various Pay Masters that have these groups, I am hearing now those should pay out tonight into the overnight.
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