To this day, I try to use cash as much as humanly possible. Whenever pay bills, I always use a different account than the one I tend to keep my money in. The reason is simple. You can never be too careful when dealing with your financial security.
I was the victim of identity theft a few years ago and ever since then, I have used cash whenever possible. It is one of those things that I wish more people did on account of the fact that you have so many things that can go wrong with your money being stored online.
I look at it this way, with how many identity thieves out there you have to be careful. I never thought that you would have to worry about your own bank doing stuff like this…
Bank of America is now collaborating with Federal Law Enforcement officials, co-opted by the leftist Biden/Harris regime sharing “without knowledge or consent” their customer’s information.
All of this is in a joint effort between big-business interests and the political left to rapidly hunt down and neutralize participants in the January 6th breach of the US Capitol. Fox News host Tucker Carlson broke this story Thursday night. Bank of America’s stock didn’t even wiggle.
“We now know part of the answer to that question,” Carlson said. “This show has obtained exclusively evidence that Bank of America, the second largest bank in the country with more than 60 million customers, is actively but secretly engaged in the hunt for extremists in cooperation with the government.”
Tucker Carlson explained, “Bank of America searched its databases looking for people who fit a specific profile, Here’s what that profile was, and we are quoting, ‘customers confirmed as transacting either through bank account, debit card, or credit card purchases in Washington, D.C., between January 5 and January 6.”
“Number two, purchases made for hotels, Airbnb, RSVPs, in Washington, Virginia, or Maryland after January 6. Number three, any purchase of weapons or at a weapons-related merchant between January 7 and their upcoming suspected stay in the D.C. area around Inauguration Day. And four, airline-related purchases since January 6.”