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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Vic777, Jun 12, 2012.


  1. Vic777

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    Who uses atm's anymore?
     
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    Surely it is coming.


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    Maybe it is coming..... that's about it.

    Predicting when it will come, is fraught with opportunities for ridicule.
     
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    Every bank I know has ATM withdrawal limits anyway.... I don't see the big deal


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    I would like to remain with the fact. We are too fragile to handle a bank holiday in America. Once we have a bank holiday; we won't able to use ATMs, online banking (pay bills through online banking), wire transfer, or to go into a physical bank building. That surely will cause a SHTF in America.

    1) Majority of America uses their cards to purchase something, and that includes with food stamps. I believe they are required to use food stamp card to buy their foods.

    2) Federal employees get their paychecks through direct deposit by law.

    3) Majority of private businesses pays their employees through direct deposit.

    4) Majority of welfare people get their $$ from direct deposit. In CA, people get their welfare $$ from direct deposit by law.

    Once there is a bank holiday in American, you won't able to use your bank's online banking to pay your bills; even you have a mortgage with the same bank. That’s ridiculous!

    I don't understand why you think this is a :tinfoil: thing. Anyway, I am not afriad of it. I am prepared to face it. It is coming; it is just a matter of when. In my thread, I pulled the information from Drudgereport stating Euro had two weeks in a flashing red texts.

    Euro is on the death bed; we don't know when it will disbands. France has lowered the retirement age to 60, and they just passed a law to limit the CEO's pay, etc. It is designed to fail. Couldn't you see that?
     
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    That's exactly right. Endlessly borrowing money has never caused a problem anywhere and never will. Borrowing it is just like finding it laying on the street! :supergrin:
     
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    There will be no mass "bank holiday" in the U.S. The Fed won't allow it.

    There may be a shortage of cash (but probably not - those printing presses can crank it out) but to think that all credit card and check processing will also stop is ridiculous.
     
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