posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 09:49 AM
I was hoping for some of those 'unfair' charges back, but now to some palms being greased in the 'Supreme court' (IMO) then we're back to being
in the bankers pockets. I say we should take back what is ours.
Leave whatever funds in your accounts to pay bills and direct debits, but all other 'spare' cash I'd suggest ( as I am going to do) that EVERYONE
take out their money, as the banks play the field with the cash left in your account. If they don't have any cash to play with then they can't make
I bet you they'd have ( if they lost) claimed " we don't have enough to pay all of you", but then a while later declared profits in the
I say take it out and we'll show them who runs them, maybe kick TPTB in the teeth as well.
These banks charged upto £35 for going overdrawn, one time I did go overdrawn by 50p,through no fault of my own and they charged me £35 for the
priviledge, how is that fair? I should charge them for recieving, reading and environmentally friendly disposal of their junkmail?
Tell you all what, lets have a month or two of taking our money out of the banks, tell all of your friends and family and even strangers to do the
same and we'll see what happens? I doubt the worlds economy would collapse ( or be in a worse off state than it is already), but maybe the banks
would start treating us like customers instead of ASSets.
[edit on 25/11/09 by DataWraith]