The Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Leslie R. Caldwell, told a group of bankers to extend the ‘suspicious activity reports’ which banks are already required to file. Investor and financial blogger Simon Black, says Caldwell indicated banks must inform on their customers by calling law enforcement directly should anyone withdraw any large amount of cash.
What is a “large amount” of cash in this case?
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Don’t trust any of the banks. By this fall the banks will tell you there is some sort of internet hack and then they will tell you your money has been stolen. Get your money out of the banks before it’s too late. It cost you more re to keep your money in the bank and it is going to be how the federal government will be able to steal it. Cash is king and when they outlaw cash it will be time to go back to barter and trade. Cut the government out of it completely.
The POS black $#%&[email protected]* taking over America.
its my money they can get over what i do with it . i made it i will spend it
check out my page man theres a video from a little old austrian lady comenting on our own $#%&[email protected]* dictator
IS IT EVEN TRUE?
Why is the government so scared ?
Eliminate the options
the DOJ is setting up people to steal there money by using the corrupt IRS and that bad law they us to do it if my bank does this I will stop using them
jUST SAY NO.