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Germany Replacing Bank Cards Eliminating Cash Withdrawals

from Armstrong Economics:

The game is afoot to eliminate CASH. We have been informed with reliable sources that in Germany where Maestro was a multi-national debit card service owned by MasterCard that was founded in 1992 is seriously under attack. Maestro cards are obtained from associate banks and can be linked to the card holder’s current account, or they can be prepaid cards. Already we find such cards are being cancelled and new debit cards are being issued. Why? The new cards cannot be used at an ATM outside of Germany to obtain cash. Any attempt to get cash can only be as an advance on a credit card.

Little by little, these people are destroying everything that held the world economy together. Their hunt for spare change for tax purposes is undermining every aspect of civilization. This will NEVER END NICELY for they can only think about their immediate needs with no comprehension of the future they are creating. Indeed – somebody better pray for us, for those in charge truly do not know what they are doing.

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1 comment to Germany Replacing Bank Cards Eliminating Cash Withdrawals

  • andrew james

    Banks don’t get a cut when the sheeple make transactions in cash. Hell a merchant incurs a charge from the bank when ever a card is swiped at their venue. It doesn’t matter if the transaction is denied or approved. Strange but true. The banks like to give broke idiots debit cards. Those useful idiots make a lot of money for the banks while they stroll around town getting transactions denied. Merchants should come together and slap a class action suit against the banksters about that sh*t. Guess what. It doesn’t matter to me because I get paid by the hour.

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