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Idaho Silver
21st February 2010, 16:53
[URL="http://www.businessinsider.com/citigroup-warns-customers-it-may-refuse-to-allow-withdrawals-2010-2"]


Who believes this was a mistake? Sounds like a bank holiday to me.

DaleFromCalgary
21st February 2010, 16:57
"The seven day notice policy only applies to customers in Texas"

Which begs the obvious question: Why Texas?

charlie_dont_surf
21st February 2010, 17:06
They don't want to come between Texans and their money. Down there even the kid in the stroller is packin'

Ardent Listener
21st February 2010, 17:13
Read your bank's Truth In Savings Disclosure. Mine, a four star (out of five) rated small local bank says.... "We reserve the right to at anytime require not less than SEVEN days notice before withdrawal from an interest bearing account."

mountainmurph
21st February 2010, 17:27
Read your bank's Truth In Savings Disclosure. Mine, a four star (out of five) rated small local bank says.... "We reserve the right to at anytime require not less than SEVEN days notice before withdrawal from an interest bearing account."

I believe a federal law put into effect last April 1st gives banks this option.

Ardent Listener
21st February 2010, 17:29
I believe a federal law put into effect last April 1st gives banks this option.

My question; Does that exclude non-interest bearing accounts?

cdavport
21st February 2010, 20:35
They don't want to come between Texans and their money. Down there even the kid in the stroller is packin'

That's probably true. We teach our younguns to shoot before they can talk.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt7FDTpzGvo

AgShaman
21st February 2010, 21:10
I could watch this everyday over a cuppa java in the a.m. and have a smile on me mug for the rest of the day.

Curiosity will not kill the C/Kats of SS Nation!

Mighty_Men_of_Baltimore
21st February 2010, 22:50
[URL="http://www.businessinsider.com/citigroup-warns-customers-it-may-refuse-to-allow-withdrawals-2010-2"]


Who believes this was a mistake? Sounds like a bank holiday to me.

Not a bank holiday, geez.