beachdreaming: BWM whats the good word today friend?
BWM: beachdreaming sorry I'm still laughing at some of the things on recaps that someone told me to look at
BWM: here's one of my favorites for the day... [kaperoni] i dont know of a bank that will be accepting the dinar from street consumers
BWM: hopefully he was just misquoted...let's see... the banks can SELL it.. but won't accept it
BWM: if a currency is internationally tradeable it is not a requirement of a bank to OFFER currency exchange BUT if they do they MUST honor ALL VALID currencies
BWM: you CANNOT discriminate against a country's currency that is internationally recognized AND traded...
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BWM: altho I do find it quite funny that ppl who "won't have any more weekends" or "having a call to tell it all" are all of a sudden preaching to the choir about SILENCE
BWM: I'm thinking recaps should get an artist... some of the stories could use some cartoons to go along with the story lines...
BWM: did anyone check out the NCUA credit union information in the classroom section of the forums....
NCUA Credit Union Information LINK
HeIsFaithful: BWM yes... read the Credit Union info...
BWM: HeIsFaithful it's not really an option for me because of circumstances... but hopefully it will help someone
.Angel Squirrel 7: BWM I have actually read it twice. My sister-in-law SWEARS by her CU, but I sure don't see a whole lot in it that would be in our best interests
BWM: .Angel Squirrel 7 again, IMO it's about the amount of USD you have to deposit and how many beneficiaries for other protection you can provide...
.Angel Squirrel 7: BWM She is recovering from a stroke and is unable to work. I had planned on providing some aid to them, but, I'm not sure that doing it through the CU of hers is the best idea... especially with the gift aspect of yearly allowances per person
BWM: .Angel Squirrel 7 smaller amounts, you know Obama middle class 250k limits would be fine I think... and considering gift amounts limit 13k it might not be a bad option for them...
BWM: again, the scariest comment for the NCUA info is: The Share Insurance Fund is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. somehow... that's just not comforting at this moment