HAVE YOU HEARD OF FDIC'S LATEST SNOOPING PLAN ON THOSE WHO PLAN TO WITHDRAW & SPEND CASH OVER $100?greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
FDIC'S LATEST RADICAL, SNOOPING PLAN WILL THREATEN THOSE WHO PLAN TO WITHDRAW & SPEND CASH OVER $100 (Deadline To Protest Is Dec. 27!!). BECAUSE OF THE OPPOSITION OF MANY CHRISTIANS & THE CA. BANKERS ASSN., THE PUBLIC COMMENTS TIME HAS BEEN EXTENDED FOR A LITTLE LONGER. FOR DETAILS OF THIS DANGEROUS PLAN & WHAT YOU COULD DO, PLEASE GO TO http://www.geocities.com/hotsprings/villa/3388.
-- Rev. Raymond Kwong (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 26, 1998
The FDIC's ombudsperson responded to my e-mail regarding my opposition to this measure; try her at email@example.com, or try firstname.lastname@example.org. I am not sure about the latter but I do know the former does get a response.
-- Karen Cook (email@example.com), November 26, 1998.
$100 bucks?! You have got to be kidding. I go to the bank and watch people cash their paychecks every Friday for $500,600,700+ What about all of those people. How about atm withdrawls? $100. is chump change in the scope of things. $1,000 maybe, but $100 ???
-- Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 26, 1998.
Anybody wish to place a bet on whether or not this plan is adopted? We can write our Congress, we can write the FDIC, we can post here until we turn blue. But if it's for the "war on drugs" or for our "children" it will not make any difference in the end. Seems to me that the folks we elect have stopped listening to we the people. This seems to be the case both on a local level and national level. Lets face it, the times they are a'changing and not necessarly for the better. I'll keep writing, voting, making my voice heard but I fear that the end result of the road we are on will be more of the continuing lose of freedom.
-- (email@example.com), November 26, 1998.
I always thought Hitler lived in another country and is dead.
-- Not surprised at anything anymore (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 26, 1998.
What I'd like to see is confirmed specifics on this FDIC plan. If any exist.
Rumors are worse than useless.
-- Tom Carey (email@example.com), November 27, 1998.
Tom, this is all I've seen about it:
-- Gayla Dunbar (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 1998.
Here are links to two follow-up stories:
-- Kevin (email@example.com), November 27, 1998.
Have you heard that mixed-case lettering conveys a more rational mood, giving the reader the idea that the writer is reasonable, than all-uppercase lettering, which gives the impression of shouting and possibly unreasonableness?
-- No Spam Please (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 1998.
Here is the link for the proposed "Know Your Customer" Legislation
I called my local chapter of the ACLU and they had never heard of this at all. So I kicked them in the ass on this and I also sent a protest to the FDIC.
-- Excop (Excop@police.com), December 07, 1998.
Check out the latest:
Gary has two articles today that I found relate to this thread - One about the FDIC and their perspective on the "Know Your Customer" topic, and a second about Bank Consolidations with a link embeddeed in his remarks for the International Coordination Program. This one points to the Financial Action Task Force recommendations and a money laundering 'cover'. Just go to www.garynorth.com an then into the Banking cateogry for these. Interesting to say the least.
Also, check out what Jim Lord's tip of the week is on the y2ktimebomb site (www.y2ktimebomb.com) for his latest on Y2K and cash withdrawals.
-- Rob Michaels (email@example.com), December 07, 1998.
It's been covered by "talk radio" for about 10 days now - of course the ACLU doesn't know it.
They listen to NPR and the federal news media. Why should they bother to start listening to the truth for a change?
Why, would you honestly expect them to protest something from this administration at all?
-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (Kennesaw, GA) (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 07, 1998.
Well, Congrats guys, ALL your e-mails made it to THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER....they ran an article today and actually made it seem like anti gov. groups are disatisfied with the new "know your Customer" laws. CHUCK< can you explain how to get it to these in the forum it was on todays business front page of PD. Thanks if you can or any CLEVE who can, i am not experienced at ursl or whatever they are called to show where it is.
-- consumer (email@example.com), December 11, 1998.