Are You Aware of Bank Transfer Day on November 5, 2011?
To take direct action against the banking cabal, consider moving your bank accounts to community banks or credit unions that loan locally and don't take bailouts or charge excessive fees. November 5, 2011 is the day of action to move bank accounts out of the big banks and send them a message that you don't approve if their actions. If already bank with a local bank or credit union, then you are already making a positive difference.
I wasn't aware of this but now will seriously consider making the switch!
No, I wasn't but now I am. Thanks for asking this, now I'm off to research about it. Interesting question.
Yes, I have heard of "Bank Transfer Day". I already have a credit union account. I'm very interested in seeing (hearing) what will have after November 5 with commercial banks.
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