Skip to comments.SWAT Teams in St. Louis Protecting Bank of America; Refusing Customer Withdrawals
Posted on 10/04/2011 1:55:45 PM PDT by Nachum
From what we can gather, according to eye witness testimony, St. Louis PD has barricaded the Bank of America building and is refusing customer access to deposits.
Eye witness account:
They would not let me get past that barricade, where those three guys are. I talked to the liutenant of the St. Louis Police Department and he said they [customers?] dont have a legal right but he was going to try to work out something, a symbolic gesture where eight people to pull out their money, I being one of them.
He came back later and said they [BofA] will not go along with that. You will have to withdraw your money online.
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This is satire, right? I hope.
is this how the democrats like Durbin intend to make a run on a bank by starting rumors...
IF this is true, it has nothing to do with TARP.
And everything to do with a Dick named Durbin.
“This is satire, right? I hope.”
Yeah, me too.
Is this for real?! Is it satire or what?
No legal right.... to your own money?
Sounds like leftists!
“You will have to withdraw your money online.”
So what does an elderly person, who doesn’t own a computer, do?
What would I do, when I don’t like to put my personal business on a computer?
The guy on the video doesn’t seem to be joking. :(
That dude seemed like a plant to me. Something about this doesn’t pass the smell test. Could it be the “occupy everything” folks are pulling something?
With great effort I was able to pay my mortgage that was unfortunately sold to BoA.
Durbin told them to do and now they cannot even do it. This is a case of unintended consequences. I left Well Fargo when they started charging 15 dollars a month and went to Perk Street and would recommend that to anyone. Their customer service is awesome for online banking.
Where does the cash come out of my computer if u withdraw it? I haven’t found that drive on my computer yet. Cavities is on and has said nothing, so I am very suspicious this is true.
Can anyone confirm this?
If this is happening to BoA, it won’t be the last. I hope this is a hoax.
You will have to withdraw your money online.
Um...their website has been down for over 3 days.
And since BOA’s website was down all weekend and then some that doesn’t seem like a real great alternative.
No...he stood on the floor of the senate and told people to find another bank.
Just how is that done? I bank on line alot, but for cash withdrawl, I have to go to the ATM or the bank branch.
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