When was the last time you tried to take a sizable chunk of money out of your bank?
If you haven’t, I suggest you try it for several reasons.
- It’s a good idea to have cash on hand.
- You’ll see the tellers attitude quickly change from nicey nice to interrogator.
- You’ll be made to feel like a terrorist for wanting to get YOUR cash out.
The last time I tried this was when I needed $2,600 to pay cash for a used car.
Since I’ve done this before, I waited for their standard question: “Mr. Vincent, why are you taking this money out today?”
My standard answer usually stops them in their tracks. I look at them, smile, and with a straight face say, “I have high-maintenance girlfriends.” (I don’t, but it works every time)
Don’t you hate it when someone wants to know what you want to do with YOUR MONEY?
I feel sorry for tellers. They’re required to ask that question…they’re just doing their job. And part of that job is spying on you then reporting to the government that you have the audacity to want your CASH.
Banks will gladly give you a check or transfer money electronically for you. But they freak out when you want cash.
They only keep a small amount of cash in every branch. Usually no more than $50,000.
If there is a run on the bank, they’ll quickly run out of cash and can legitimately refuse to give you your money.
This is all because the govt. is accelerating their WAR ON CASH.
They’re paranoid and passing insane new laws put you in danger.
We’re going show you how you could unknowingly end up in prison in the next issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English.
Don’t wait…Get it now! (HERE)
You’ll thank us later.