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Together we can ensure that these banking institutions will always remember the 5th of November. If we shift our funds from the for-profit banking institutions in favor of not-for-profit credit unions before this date, we will send a clear message that conscious consumers won't support companies with unethical business practices. It's time to invest in local community growth!

• Rese
arch your local credit union options
• Open an account with the one that best suits your needs
• Cancel all automatic withdrawals & deposits
• Transfer your funds to the new account
• Follow your bank's procedures to close your account before 11/05


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Digger
Move your Money Now!

From the MSFraud front page:

OUT OF CONTROL!
For more than 15 years, Bank of America has been stealing homes from homeowners that never missed a payment.
What is it going to take to stop them?
 Bank of America Forecloses on Non-Existent Home
Even those that continue to make payments on a house that no longer exists aren't immune to foreclosure.
Move your money out of Bank of America NOW!






















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Then there is this piece that is a lil' off topic:

Everyone seems to be complaining that none of those responsible for the foreclosure/financial crisis are going to jail.  

Perhaps the crimes of the too big to fail - are too big to jail. 


Couple Jailed, Daughter Taken Away, Over $5 Sandwiches (VIDEO) (POLL)


When Nicole Leczcyzynski, a pregnant mother from Hawaii, felt dizzy while grocery shopping, she and her husband decided to munch on some $5 sandwiches and pay for them at the register.

However, in the process of loading their groceries and tending to their 3-year-old daughter Zophia, they say they forgot about them.

The consequence? Both Nicole and her husband were put in jail, and their daughter was taken into the custody of child protective services, KHON reports.

"It was a complete distraction, distracted parent moment," Nicole told the station.

When she offered to pay, Nicole says the store manager called the police who arrested the couple for 4th degree theft.

In a statement, Safeway grocery store questions the way their employees approached the situation.

"It appears we may not have handled this matter in the best possible way and we are taking the situation seriously."

In the mean time, Nicole described the incident to the website babycenter.com.

"The police tried to arrange to have one of us arrested at a time, but it was not possible. Neither of us has ever been arrested before, or dealt with CPS. We called and called the office already and the social worker said that Child Welfare Services has three business days to return our daughter or decide to keep her. "

Bail for the couple was posted at $50 each, and 3-year-old Zophia was returned 18 hours later.

According to FOX News, Nicole and her husband plan to argue against the charges on their court date in November.


...and we can't get the bankster criminals in jail for stealing trillions of dollars?


MOVE YOUR MONEY!

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Hey Digger it's not really off topic because it's shows how outrageous the disparity is in enforcement of the law.

Just read a story about a young College student jailed for 36 hours over no id while walking through a NYC park after closing time that did not have  the closing time clearly posted.

What about the purpose of the rule of law, and the punishment fitting the crime many of us myself included have been defrauded out of several hundred thousand, but even if it's a $25,000 that's a huge crime compared to stealing food or clothes, etc. Ms fraud is a premeditated well thought out crime based on pure greed and taking away ones whole life. Worse than just turning a blind eye law enforcement has obstructed justice in many of our cases becoming accomplices to major financial crimes. We paid law enforcement to protect our interests and they backstabbed the taxpayers and themselves, becuase now they have lost tax base for pay and credibility.
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Backlash against fee gouging from banks resulted in an internet campaign for “Bank Transfer Day,” when individuals pledged to close accounts at big financial institutions and open up accounts at credit unions and neighborhood banks. It was evidently effective. Reports from the weekend reveal thousands took part. Early Bank Transfer Day numbers show success. As I can remember, the campaign, started at the end of September, urged anyone and everyone to switch to a credit union or community bank on Nov. 5. It was reported that 650,000 people had joined credit unions in the CUNA and had added $4.5 billion in assets. Credit unions all across the nation were reporting huge increases in membership.
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Bruce

Already in a credit union since 1990. I was with 1st national bank for years and whenever I went for loan for various things and was always denied. Not it's a wells fargo. Thank God I got out of there.

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