Tag: Money

lil wayne works for satan pt.2

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Truth Behind Bank’s Government Debt Bailout

Its not about you. Its not about Main Street. Its not even about Wall Street.

No, its about Shanghai, London, Berlin and Sydney. And no, I'm not kidding.

The cover was blown this evening on Kudlow. If you don't get this video into the hands of the entire American Population within the next 24 hours, you are going to be paying taxes to cover the bad debt on a failed office building - or a hundred of them - in China.

Spam everyone you know and send them to http://supportedthebailout.org and http://FedupUSA.org.

Tomorrow won't do - this bill is being ramrodded through the Senate tomorrow, and then through the House.

Original CNBC Video is at http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video...

Not-So-Safe Deposit Boxes

What if the contents of your safety deposit box was seized and auction off by the bank? How safe is your safety deposit box?

Unsafe Deposit Box?

ELISABETH LEAMY
ABC News
May 12, 2008

The 50 U.S. states are holding more than $32 billion worth of unclaimed property that they're supposed to safeguard for their citizens. But a "Good Morning America" investigation found some states aggressively seize property that isn't really unclaimed and then use the money — your money — to balance their budgets.

Unclaimed property consists of things like forgotten apartment security deposits, uncashed dividend checks and safe-deposit boxes abandoned when an elderly relative dies.

Banks and other businesses are required to turn that property over to the state for safekeeping. The problem is that the states return less than a quarter of unclaimed property to the rightful owners.