posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 10:12 PM
Originally posted by michael1983l
Originally posted by revmoofoo
This is really annoying me. My card isn't working (I had to walk a round trip of 2 hours to find that out), funds have failed to appear in my
account (online banking just isn't working properly) and my cupboards are bare, but I have no option to wait until they fix this "glitch" as I do
not qualify for a cash advance from Natwest.
I've never liked banking with Natwest, but I'm stuck with them for now. *grrr*
Customers should vote with their feet to Credit Unions or the co-operative bank.
I 'm commenting on two points here:
First..... "my cupboards are bare, but I have no option to wait until they fix this "glitch" as I do not qualify for a cash advance from
This is not a good thing. One or two days, no cash, no food and no option?
This statemnt should serve as an eye opener for everyone. Keep at least a modest stock of non-perishables and a stash of cash in your home at all
times. Also a few extra gallons of gasoline for your auto or electric generator, some cooking fuel & camp stove, a firearm, ammunition, some basic
medical supplies and extra necassary perscription meds. *I live in Florida which means I can claim my preparations are for hurricane season (but I
keep it going year round).
Second..... Yes to credit unions and local banking!. Everyone should be doing this. I encourage everyone I know who is sick of the international banks
to show their power by taking their money away from the big bank crooks and invest locally!:up
Why people keep giving their money to the very institutions who screwed them so badly via bad loans, mortgages and bailouts is beyond me
these are both basic little steps which will make you feel as if you have, at least, a litle control over your life and keep you from panicing when
something unkown, like this bank thing, happens.
Peace, stay informed and stay prepared!