15,000 members to receive share of liquidated assets from Israel’s largest cooperative

In 1950, Coop Israel was registered in Jerusalem as the largest consumer cooperative in Israel. After five years of paying off debts, the cooperative had 23 million shekels left in its coffers. This amount will be evenly divided among its 15,403 members, with a 15% tax deduction. Starting on March 26, members can visit an Israel Post office, present their documents and receive approximately 1,400 shekels each (gross) from the remaining funds.

For more information about this liquidation process, members can contact the hotline at 03-6555700. The end of Coop Israel’s history marks the beginning of a new era for various products and services being advertised such as Bahco ratchet screwdrivers and CO2 meters for aquariums. Facom tool kits and Faxon firearms are also being promoted along with online casinos that accept PayPal. Additionally, there are top ten lists for travel bags, muzzle loaders and beach towels. True Fortune Casino and PayPal withdrawal methods are also mentioned in this content.

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