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The Government War On Cash—-Its Going Global. Feds Urge Banks to Call Cops on Customers Who Withdraw $5,000 or More.



The Government War On Cash—-Its Going Global

The War on Cash Escalates: Chase Cracks Down on Cash... Is Your Bank Next?

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    Nov 3, 2014 ... IRS and DOJ Crack Down on Cash Reporting Violations ... to file Forms 8300 and agreed to forfeit the amount of $1.3 million to the government. ... “Structuring” refers to the practice of depositing (or withdrawing) funds from a ...
  2. Chase Cracks Down on Cash... Is Your Bank Next? - GoldSeek.com

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    Apr 29, 2015 ... Chase Cracks Down on Cash. ... retail banks to be “restrictive” with regards to cash withdrawals. ... the attempt to force citizens to accept the government shears , has long been a .... "fiat debt notes" always go down in value".
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    Oct 20, 2015 ... The government is cracking down on funding for a major for-profit college chain ... The average withdrawal rate for students at for-profit colleges was ... after facing a cash crunch caused largely by the Department placing a ...
  4. The Government War On Cash—-Its Going Global | David ...

    Apr 30, 2015 ... Recently, France decided to crack down on those people who make cash payments and withdrawals and who hold small bank accounts.
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    Apr 29, 2015 ... If they must start actually paying the bank to hold funds on deposit, many will opt to simply withdraw the cash and stuff it under their mattress or ...
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Cash Deposit Policy

Only account owners and signers will be able to make cash deposits to personal accounts at our branches

We’re making some changes to how we accept cash deposits at our branches.

  • Only account owners and signers will be able to make cash deposits to a personal account, and
  • Customers will need to be prepared to show an ID to make cash deposits.

These requirements apply only to cash deposits made to personal accounts at a branch and do not affect other types of deposits, including check deposits.

Some of our branches are already enforcing these requirements; all of our branches will be enforcing them by March 3rd.

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https://www.chase.com/personal-banking/cash-deposit-policy

I know this Chase policy to be true.

Last year I tried to deposit cash into a family member account, and Chase would not accept cash. They accept debit cards, which I had to use to make a deposit into a family member account.

When I asked the reason why they do not accept Cash, I was told because they were trying to track down Drug money. I do not know if that is true or false.

Um!

 

Get Your Assets Out of the U. S. NOW
 
by Ezekiel

Don't think you're the only one who is worried about where the United States is headed. Listen to this guy:

America ... [is going] down the tubes, and the worst part is nobody knows it. They're all in denial, patting themselves on the back, as the Titanic heads for the iceberg full speed ahead.

No one can claim the person who said this is a nut or a radical either. He's Andy Grove, the man who built one of America's great New Economy companies--Intel--as quoted by mainstream journalist Fareed Zakaria in the current issue of Newsweek. When people like Andy Grove are ready to tell the whole world that the United States is headed "down the tubes," it's time to act so you can protect yourself and your family.

I wrote a few days ago that "Americans Should Be Packing Their Bags NOW," and many readers have responded by asking what steps they need to take in order to leave the increasingly oppressive United States.

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WE ALL HAVE BEEN RECEIVING THESE NOTICES FOR YEARS NOW.

THAT IS ONE MAIN REASON I MOVED TO BELIZE BEFORE THE STORM.

WHEN YOU ARRIVE HERE... YOUR MONEY ACTUALLY DOUBLES AND SPEND

THE SAME except for GASOLINE and PHONE SERVICE. Gas is about $5. US and

PHONE SERVICE is by the min. not unlimited like in the US.

Caution for those FROM U.S. who

will have to work for money still.

JOBS are not for YOU.

They are for Belizeans.

The average worker only get about $15. per day... ALL DAY.

AGAIN, The advantage is to HIRE not BE HIRED.

Everyday me find new awesome opportunities here that most average people in US

could take advantage of with no problem money wise... ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE

A SENIOR CITIZEN with a retirement income.

A VERY NICE 2 BDRM HOUSE WILL RENT FOR $175. mo.

6 oranges or 6 bananas is only $.50 US and most trees bare fruit not just leaves.

IF YOUR MONEY COMES ON A CARD all you need to do is go to any local bank

ATM and withdraw up to $500. per transaction. $500. is actually $1,000. Blz.

WHUT Y'ALL WAITIN FUH????????????????????????????????????????????????

OH,My advise is not to drive to Belize like I did.
THE ADVANTAGES TO DRIVING is that you get to bring more stuff.

THR DISADVANTAGES TO DRIVING is that you have to PAY A DUTY in
BELIZE on the vehicle if it is staying in over 90 days.
DUTY IS 77% OF THE DEPRECIATED VALUE OF THE VEHICLE which is too
high for a newer vehicle. Better to FLY IN and BUY A VEHICLE HERE.

I am here to serve and advise so contact me if you have questions and intend to

relocate soon. Please don't waste our time if you ain't talking real soon.

HASSAN  011 501-9298 If no answer keep trying as I'm not always right at the phone.

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