posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 01:41 PM
Gotta love this scam where the funds are held for more than a week like the Pony Express has to bring it in, or they need time to run the printing
press in the rear room, because dog forbid the certified funds aren't certified, whatever the heck that means.
What part of ELECTRONIC INSTANT COMMUNICATION is not yet in process here? How can they not get a check with numbers on it, run the numbers through a
database, verify they started out in another bank/Federal Reserve conjob, and then release your funds to you either in cold hard cash or something
resembling that? (Hint: Don't take Bitcoin, things aren't looking good there)
And like Madmac said above, every minute they have thousands of people's Ones and Zeroes in their bank, that's lotsa pretend interest they're
making on the Monopoly money they've managed to convince us is real.
And while I'm in this mood, why is ANYone doing business with Wells Fargo? Last one I was in resembled a whore house; the ditzy young female tellers
were all dressed like hookers with six inch platform shoes (to stand up in all day long on slippery floors???) and the young men with their own desks
all dressed in what looked like Chippendale or waiter uniforms. There wasn't anyone older than 25 in the whole joint. ATS ran a thread about how WF
is famous for pushing multiple checking accounts, credit cards without their knowledge and other scams on people so that the staff can get their
quotas; there's a reason no one over 25 works there; by then they've wised up and left.
I wonder if Lord Bankfiend's minions have to wait in line for their 5 million dollar bonus checks to be certified and paid out? Must make waiting
for their next hooker and blow buy downright painful; 2 weeks! Damn, that's a long time when you're jonesing!