Yes, I saw that. I found it interesting that the letters were mailed to Chase- which thus far has not been affected by the crisis, as far as I know.
Nor have B of A or Wells Fargo.
It seems someone knows their history as to how the Great Depression was caused, since the letters mention "past actions." To be honest, that is the
main reason I bank with Chase- talk about being too big to fail. How can they fail when they are one of the few banks with so much power?
In fact, this person in Amarillo better lay off my bank!
And although I do agree that fear is a great tactic, the unfortunate thing about this is that the letters would probably not get to the people
responsible for policy making. Just some lower level middle class people who were scared out of their wits with the idea that they just got anthrax.
Here is a video from the AP- customers and tellers were affected.
This is either someone who wants people to think English isn't their first language or English is not their first language. The spelling is wrong as
well. I have no idea who did this. I wonder if someone will turn them in when they figure it out in that there is nothing dangerous in these
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