So the major midwest bank can't afford a proofreader?
We've seen this before....just with an earlier date on it.
A scare like this is not without precedent. If your belongings are IN the bank, whether in a safety deposit box, or in cash, it's easy to believe
that your access to them can be limited at any time, subject to the bank's or the government's discretion.
This is bogus. Look at it and use your brain for a minute. Notice the following:
The Ameros are waiting to be distributed and the dollar will be destroyed...but yet the pictures on the website are all of the dollar currency. Look
at them. They say DOLLARS....not Ameros. They are just designs that someone made for DOLLARS, as stated on the bills.
The person who created that site is fear-mongering...not to mention that anyone can type HTML code on a basic web-page and make it seem as though the
text is from a real letter....Why not just scan the letters in, or take a picture? Because there are no letters...
So they will let the box holders get their stuff when they see fit. Well ain't that just a lode of BS. This just maybe a way to get around a run hold
their stuff for ransom. When the bank fails all contents are confiscated and "no sir you did not have $1,000,000.00 worth of bonds as our record
shows, sorry next in line please". (sorry for the improve)Other than that it just a load of BS the gooberment owns the banks so what did anyone
expect this not to happen?
The bank letters look like something they would have sent to Madoff. Even if your bank fails you still have access to your SDB. The same goes for your
money on deposit, no restrictions on withdrawls.
As for the "New Money" I doubt it.
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