Bank Manager Verifies Cash Withdrawal Limits and Reduced Hours coming to US Banks within 60 Days

Steve Quayle Alerts


Just received a call from a highly agitated bank manager who stated that within 60 days, banks will be greatly reducing their hours, days of operation, amount of withdrawals and a requirement to fill out “paperwork” if the amount is questioned by bank officials. Unless the form is completed, money will not be disbursed.  

What really irritated this manager is that after hearing our statements on the air, and receiving years of assurance that our positions and contacts were so much bravo sierra, now he hears from corporate people that it is apparently true after all.

He said, “Screw them, grab the money while you can.”

The parameters given were banks open two days a week for four to five hours with below minimum staffs, increased security and greatly reduced amounts of actual cash in the vault. Amount of withdrawal will be held to $500-2000 per day per customer account–not customer. So my account could only have either my wife or I withdraw, not both. That level could change at ANY time. There is no plan (at least known) for automatic confiscation from accounts–yet, and he said that the banks hold the “ownership” authority and final disposition of any items found in safety deposit boxes. (Surprise, surprise!) Withholding mortgage payments could result in expedited (30) day foreclosures and 15 day Sheriff’s locks on your front door.

The Federal Reserve could and will initiate other more draconian restrictions on all aspects of “private” banking and access to any property held by banks. It could include forfeiture of your primary (paid for) residence if your summer cottage has a mortgage and you fail to pony up to keeping it current or any forthcoming restrictions on your accounts.

Clearly, the only option is to close accounts or only keep funds that can be paid instantly to keep electric, water, or other critical accounts paid. Cash will be drying up—so, unless people hold precious metals, bullets (the new currency) or medicines, etc., you are screwed. Barter will be king. As the Colonel said yesterday, “the universe is contracting into the black hole. There is no way to escape its pull.” (Political/economic/social order black hole)

Received at 15:45 hours

20 March 2013

The Lawman

21 thoughts on “Bank Manager Verifies Cash Withdrawal Limits and Reduced Hours coming to US Banks within 60 Days

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  2. many states do have laws on forclosures and in many cases it takes a min of even months to even start forclosures. I find this story to be more fear mongering than any facts whatsoever.

  3. I’m always a little hesitant to believe Steve Quayle stories. I haven’t found him to be a highly reliable source of info in the past. He’s always promoting the most scary scenarios as being imminent tomorrow..

    I sure hope he’s not right about this one.

    1. I cant think of a single time Quayle has been accurate about anything. He predicted complete bank holidays back in Fall 2009, etc.

      At least Lindsey Williams has some solid hits to his credit.

  4. A caller mentioned this on Mike Rivero’s program “What Really Happened”
    but he could not confirm the info. This is beyond ridiculous. Ridiculous
    because the money does not belong to anybody but the account holder.
    I am beginning to like bank robbers more and more.

    1. “”the money does not belong to anybody but the account holder.””

      Sorry but you are wrong.

      The Money everyone uses are Federal Reserve Notes – They are Printed and Owned buy the Federal Reserve Corporation, Not You.

      They allow you to use them and charge you interest for that use.

      People need to stop the “Its My Money” bullshit and learn what is going on.

      1. The Federal Reserve is not recognized here. Nor is it or was it ever legal. You say they charge us interest for the use of the notes? Your talking about taxes I suppose right?

        In any event, we have heard all of this sewer tripe before. Nice try….

        1. What belongs to us Mark, is our time, which is being stolen.
          Mikrat is right in describing the way the fiat currency is used to steal the ticks of our lives. Every dollar belongs to the banks. They are not but promissory notes and can in no way discharge debt. All they do is transfer the debt, from one person to the next adding interest all along the way.
          To point out the method of the theft is no insult, it is just the truth.

          1. I hear the words Federal Reserve I think of an organization that has ruined the United States. I just can’t help myself. Trying to stay factually truthful in all of this is like Chinese water torture.

            Everyday is a new learning experience. Apologies to Mikrat.

  5. The VP I’m seeing over at Chase says there have been no internal memo’s about such “changes” in 60 days. With all the legitimate issues in the mix, let’s all agree to continue being responsible sharers of information.

    1. Chase acct holders tried to withdraw money from their accounts
      a couple of days ago and were told they had -0- balances.
      Just saying.

    2. Hmm, Quayle or a bank vp?

      Best to shelve this issue until credible witness testimony can be produced.

  6. Time will tell if this is actually true or not. But it’s probably best to get into a position that can benefit you if this does, indeed, happen. If it doesn’t, well, nothing lost.
    Personally, I don’t believe any bank is going to tell us “yes, this is going to happen soon” because they certainly don’t want us pulling our money out. This would not be in their best interest.

  7. Screw the banks. Start using credit unions. Even though they are federally governed, they are done so under different rules than the banks. Example. Banks are required to pay income tax. Credit unions are not. Not as convient but much safer and you get higher returns and also pay lower interest rates on any loans..

    1. True, I am with one as well. But, what worries me is that they are insured by the FDIC. This concerns me, as they seem to be tied to the mafia government ready and able to steal at will. If they can do it in Europe, you know damn well they can do it here. Credit Unions are safer yes, but not immune to bank robbery.

      I’m only going to keep enough in for credit card money and bill paying. No more big savings accounts. That cash will be withdrawn as soon as my employers check clears.

      Banking has a huge cancerous growth attached it now.

    2. “A rose by any other name is still a rose”
      I heard that same BS back in the 80’s with the “S&L Crisis” As a result I lost a home and my credit was ruined.
      Savings & Loans
      Credit Unions
      All “Insured” by the FDIC. You have been warned, if you are foolish enough to continue using these institutions of evil, you deserve to be robbed.

  8. So, according to this “bank manager” I won’t be able to do the money transfer necessary to pay my TAX bill > the limit quoted.

    Monthly house payment > the limit quoted.

    Quarterly health insurance > the limit quoted.

    Quarterly Car Insurance?

    WooHoo! Suits me fine!

    I think this could easily be described as an unintended consequence if it’s true.

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