Right to financial privacy
Bankers and banks dislike your questioning their polices-often they don’t know the source of their money, let alone their bank’s policies.
Try asking a manager to define the Federal Reserve System. I did. In fact, a few years ago, I asked ten bank managers to define the Federal Reserve System, and not one could do it.
Think the member banks of the Federal Reserve System have a right to track and trace you and your property? Whose money is it anyway? Do they want your SSN, home address, home telephone number, and previous banking historical information to track and trace you so that when you become suspicious, they can “freeze” your account? Is carrying cash grounds for having it taken by law enforcement?
Today, residents of Police State U.S.A. need banking secrecy more than any time in history. Citizens’ money and property are being confiscated without cause. A truck driver’s truck was searched and police discovered $432,000, the money was taken, the driver was not charged, and he was released.
Do you risk having your cash or bank account stolen by criminals, discovered by private investigators, or fear an account garnishment by “you know who?”
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Grant Hall, Author, Privacy Crisis Series of books
James Clark King, LLC, Publisher