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Bank of America will cut 30,000 jobs :: Consumer Services Positions

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posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 06:36 AM
30,000 !!!

They've sucked everyone dry with their banking practices...

Time to send the little worker bees that tend to the other worker bees off on permanent vacation

into the black hole of 30-40 million unemployed. You would think that someone has a large portion

of the money in circulation and could float a relatively small part of the economy.

30,000 !!! That's a staggering number. If you work, how big is your company?

Too tired to comment more... Just an FYI.

At least Rick Perry will win POTUS with 14% of the vote. (Obama 1%)

Ron Paul will likely have 85% of the vote and will have the biggest winning margin in all history; redefining the term "avalanche".

But hey, what she said!

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posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 06:40 AM
reply to post by DrMattMaddix

Cutting jobs will still do them no good.

Bank of America's judgement day will come soon enough.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 06:49 AM
Thats terrible.
My heart goes out to the ones who will lose their jobs.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 07:23 AM
I don't understand how can humans destroy families like that for the sake of profit, they should know that in the end, a decision like that is not good for their country!

Forgot to tell you : They are not really human anymore and they don't care for your country or families.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 07:28 AM
Humans aren't the ones running institutions like Bank of America.
Humans are capable of this, but i can assure you, that whoever is about to do this, is not a human.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 10:40 AM

Originally posted by RadeonGFXRHumanGTXisAlien
Humans aren't the ones running institutions like Bank of America.
Humans are capable of this, but i can assure you, that whoever is about to do this, is not a human.

seriously enough man..........reptilians arent taking over the world, van danikan or whatever that youtube nutjobs name is, doesnt have all the answers.........and Aliens coming to destroy us.........lay off the video games......

Seriously are either trolling BIG TIME , or have lost the either case please stop......

Its my opinion that tho I hate the fact that so many people will lose their jobs, its indicative of the fact that the financial institutions are failing because of the drop in dollar and the lack of so many Americans pulling in income........

Disasterous times indeed
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posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 10:49 AM
Majority of those employed were graduates and should have known better on the truth of what's happening to the unconscionable and uncoventional banking systems employed for the past 2 decades.

Even today, many of such bright young college kids are still fighting for places to be on such courses to be in the banking industries instead of pursuing engineering or science disciplines, out of greed. They should have known the gravy train aint gonna last.

But its not too late. At least the 300,000 bright young or middle age experienced and educated folks will enhance whatever jobs that they will now hold or entreprenuerally create. They do have tons of cash in banks. The finance industry does pay well, very well in fact, only that it was just one big pyramid scam.

Employers and society should welcome them with open arms, and may these once greed filled folks learnt their lessons.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 10:57 AM
How many people closed their BoA accounts when they started getting the idea of whats going on . i know many did and Wells fargo was next. I have 5 accounts for work and play 3 different credit unions much better

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:41 PM

Originally posted by mikellmikell
How many people closed their BoA accounts when they started getting the idea of whats going on . i know many did and Wells fargo was next. I have 5 accounts for work and play 3 different credit unions much better

I feel like I'd be remiss if I didn't point out the fact that this is exactly why BOA is firing employees. I'm in no way blaming you or anyone else who closed their BOA account... you have to do what's best for you and for your money. However, for the folks who attempt to combine indignation over BOA firings with jubilation over BOA losing customers and a "someday they'll get theirs" attitude, they seem to be pretty damn ignorant on the way business works. It's self fullfilling prophecy... Bank 'A' is EVIL so I am removing my money from them, too many people remove their money from Bank 'A' so Bank 'A' has to layoff employees, "SEE!!! BANK A IS LAYING PEOPLE OFF! EVIL! EEEEVVVVIIILLLLLLL!!!!"

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 02:26 PM
reply to post by burdman30ott6

I do understand how you feel and how you are frustrated by all that has happened.

All I can say is that if there had been no fire, there would had been no smoke.

BOA is but only one of the many banking institutions that had lost the confidence of even investors/opportunitsts/gamblers, what more the clueless but trusting depositors? And it is not happening to only BOA, but many across the world. European banks and corps today is faring the worst. It all began there. For the past 20 years, with their reckless and insane banking practices. China will be next.

Today, mankind had woken up. It's their hardearned savings. Played around by banking cowboys. Today, they will have to pay a price. The warnings had already been sent as early as 2001, but ignored and smoothed over by lobbyists in Congress. The numbers did not add up already back then. It was a disaster in making. It crashed in 2008, but paid congressmen supported bailouts of banks and corporations.

They were NEVER too big to fail. They were just TOO BIG and far gone, in their ponzi schemes laid through respectabilty to the masses, to be saved. Mankind were the suckers to be unsuccessfull in their open hearted attempt to bail them out then, unacknowledged by MOST and espacially the culprits in the media today. BUT NO MORE.

Blame not the innocent ordinary john doe who had to do what they have to do with their savings today. Just look forward to owning a porche, ferrari, or whatever luxuries the ordinary masses can only dream of owning, as more of such are being put on second hand car sales adverts, along with flower vases( brainless pretty young ex-wives of bank executives looking for their next meal tickets).

I know its not a happy thing. NO ONE wanted this to happen. It would not if the warnings had been heeded long ago, and even after the '08 crise had it been corrected. But it was not, and today, retribution comes....may heaven have mercy on those affected...
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posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 02:30 PM
Bank of America to Cut 30,000 Jobs.

Already been posted.


posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 02:38 PM
When you work for rabid animals, you're going to get bitten.

These workers knew who they were working for and I can't imagine they're surprised that they're being tossed out on their rumps just as many homeowners have been. The CEOs at BOA don't care about anyone except themselves and their investors. This is the bottom line. Those who are simply towing the line are just peons.

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 02:51 PM
But for the laid off bank execs, it is not the end, not by a long shot. But rather a new beginning. There is hope, espacially for those on american soil.

With their education, knowledge and experiences, they too can help lift up the productivity or the entreprenuerialship of USA's next wave of economic might, if they but only try.

Even as there is retribution, so too is there redemption. This is not some theological preaching, but only a fact of life, of which many would be able to relate to. Christians, Muslims, buddists, etc or Atheists, we can change fate with our free will, even if we cannot change destiny. And our destiny is only evolution and progress of mankind.

Good luck to those bank execs laid off. Cheers to a new and more meaningful beginning! :-)

posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 03:04 PM
reply to post by DrMattMaddix

I could care less if they cut customer service positions and I'm dialed into the Phillipines or India.

WHAT customer service?

Me: I want to ensure that my check has been received

Custormer Service Rep: I can't understand you. I am in the Phillipines/India

Me: I can barely understand you and I definitely don't want my check to go to Phillipines/India. I'm trying to pay off my account here.

Customer Service Rep: So sorry. I can't understand you, blah, blah, blah, yadda , yadda, yadda

*I know I shouldn't take out my frustration on overseas customer serv. reps.---who doesn't want employment?*

I'm just hoping that B of A --and the others we bailed out a short time ago-- ;lays off foreign workers before the Americans who bailed them out.

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