Israel Coop, the largest consumer cooperative in Israel, was founded in 1950 and has been registered in Jerusalem for five years. The cooperative has accumulated a total of 23 million shekels after paying off their debts. This amount will be evenly distributed among the 15,403 members, with a tax deduction of 15%. Members can collect their share by visiting the Israel Post Office starting March 26, presenting their documents and receiving approximately 1,400 shekels each (gross).

For more information on this matter, members can contact the hotline at 03-6555700. This liquidation marks the end of Israel Coop’s history. Meanwhile, various products and services are being advertised, including a Bahco ratchet screwdriver, a top 10 hand iron list and a CO2 meter for aquariums. Additionally, Fakon firearms, Facom tool kits and online casinos that accept PayPal are also being promoted. True Fortune Casino and PayPal withdrawal methods are also mentioned in the content.

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