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Bank money automatically wired to Credit Card

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Last Edited: March 13, 2008, 9:24 pm

Bank money automatically wired to Credit Card: They should set up a system where people that have let’s say 10 million dollars in the bank and are earning interest from it, they should set it up where the money is automatically credited to the bank credit card...Set up so that the owner all he has to do is call from his condominium to the bank and say, i want you to wire 100,000 dollars to my credit card and in 5 minutes is done...Is better than having debit card or someone super rich with 10 million dollars or someone earning 500,000 dollars a year (talking about Panama here) having to go to the bank and risk been encanonado when he is going to the bank...You know that people watch you and follow you whether you think of it or not...Tell me how will someone with 10 million dollar go to the bank and withdraw 50,000 dollars? Isn’t that risky...But if you are in a bussiness meeting or something and you say: oh let me make a call, you call the bank and the money is automatically wired or transfer to your credit card and that way you have that money in the credit card and you pay with your credit card...Is better than having to go to the bank and let people see you withdraw the money or place the money from your account to your debit card account...Famous banks should offer that....You have it set up so that if the person chooses to go to the bank that’s his bussiness or a last resort option....I don’t think they do this in real life...I say this because i know that right now where i live even living in the richest neighboorhoods i will be scared to go to the bank knowing i have 10 million dollars in the bank and i will be scared to go and withdraw 10,000 dollars...And the scary thing is not going is coming, whether i have a BMW or a chevrolet NO MATTER WHERE I LIVE...I say this because people watch your every move...

I think banks should offer such options...I think that's good looking out for banks to its customers or most dear customers...And if you have to charge 5 dollars or whatever for the option is fine....And after the person makes the transaction he can then say or call the bank and say: i want you to place this rest of the money left in my account or take it from my credit card and place it in my account...do you see where this is going? i am giving you an idea where you can elaborate...

COMMENTS: I'll be happy to hear comments...I don't think they got that nowadays...Someone should call banks and let them know this....if this option doesn't exist...

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Comments

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time*treatComment by time*treat - March 13, 2008, 10:12 pm
The banks word it a little differently, but that option exists in places with modern banking.
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four4meComment by four4me - March 13, 2008, 10:30 pm
In America we have on-line banking we can transfer funds from our bank to almost anyone. Then theres cashiers checks which is the same as cash. There are numerous ways to make funds available to your bank card, credit card etc. The only time you have to go to the bank to withdraw money is when you need cash in excess of what they allow the machines to dispense.

In this case you would call ahead speak with the manager have the funds made ready get someone to drive you or drive yourself pull up front of the bank get out go in the bank get funds from the manager and high tail it out to the car. Or have driver go around to the back door and leave that way. When you leave turn right then left look in the rear view mirror if someone is following you turn right then right again then right now it's time to get scared your being followed if so drive straight to the police station. No robber will follow your there.
Of course if you made all those right turns and no one was following you, then have a happy day.

pumpi are you also suffering from paranoia.
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 13, 2008, 10:43 pm
yes i do suffer from Paranoia and schizophrenia...Unfortunately...
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 13, 2008, 10:46 pm
i suffer heavily from paranoia...
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 13, 2008, 10:51 pm
nowadays if i think they are as smart as i think they are (they are always one step ahead of you), nowadays they watch you do the same thing over and over and they don't have to follow you from a car, they can watch you walking...They learn the street habits that you like to take...And little by little they learn your move...And they just wait for your weakest moment..Following you with a car EVERYWHERE you go will be kind of dumb...
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four4meComment by four4me - March 13, 2008, 10:52 pm
Sorry to here that i hope your are taking your meds.

I know what you mean by going in the bank and withdrawing a large amount of money years ago i won a court case and withdrew 10 grand cash there were people looking at me counting all the cash making comments etc. and i started to get the he be jee bees. Cause this one idiot was trying to get into one of my pockets i nearly broke his jaw when one of the guards escorted me to the door. I got in the car and did like i posted in my previous post no one was following me but for about 20 minutes i was very paranoid. I drove straight to a friends place and asked him to stash 9 grand in his safe. He did. Since then i rarely carry more than a 1000 bucks on my person and thats only if I'm going on vacation. Bank cards work great and i usually use drive through machines.
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 13, 2008, 10:59 pm
i was saying this because the maximum limit you can take out of your credit card is like 2,000 and you know credit card is required everywhere you go...That's why i was saying it...
i will be kind of sidetracking a little of the subject but is kind of ironic that they have advanced so much nowadays, and yet the most important part which is finding the eternal fountain of youth, they haven't found it..Is pathetic the kind of research trying to find the fountain of youth...
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four4meComment by four4me - March 13, 2008, 11:20 pm


Who says they haven't found the fountain of youth. If you can afford it you can buy it. They have stuff to slow the aging process. And people are living longer now than they ever did.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 14, 2008, 1:03 am
Pumpi, it's true that carrying money isn't safe. That's why so many companies suggest that people use direct deposit. Often older people on social security are targeted when they go to cash their checks.

I use online banking to pay my credit card. I just transfer the money from my bank account to my credit card, but it's not to increase my limit. True, there is a maximum daily cash withdrawal from an ATM (usually $200 a day) but people can charge a lot more than that. Some people have credit card debt of well over $50,000, although that's usually on 2 or more cards.   $2,000 is a very low credit line.
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time*treatComment by time*treat - March 14, 2008, 1:40 am
If you prefer cash, and don't trust your bank or its other customers, go to your bank on non-busy days and take your cash. If you prefer using a card, and are the big spender, some cards come with 6 figure limits. Again, if you go to the bank when they are not busy, an account representative will be all too happy to show you the options available. No need to worry about things that are not real problems.
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 14, 2008, 12:21 pm
LOL...this comment is funny..."an account representative will be all too happy to show you the options available."
No need to worry about things that are not real problems.....That is a real problem; you have to think in the grand scheme of things and the future 100 years from now, not just now...And is a good question..."Why should i worry"....
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four4meComment by four4me - March 14, 2008, 2:58 pm
100 years from now there will be no need to carry money all transactions will be made with a chip they will insert in your thumb.

in third world country's they still be using livestock and pebbles. LOL
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LOTTOMIKEComment by LOTTOMIKE - March 15, 2008, 3:15 am
lol
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 15, 2008, 6:44 am
Pumpi, I've been to Panama City and it's a very modern, international city with lots of banks. Do you live in the mountains or far out in the country? Chiriqui was also very industrialized, so I am sure they have all the services you write about. I haven't traveled for several years, but I've been to some Central American countries since they're just a short plane ride from Miami.

Just smile and enjoy the sunshine! :-)
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 15, 2008, 3:09 pm
i've been to every country in the world; with my FEATURES geography book that is...lol...i say it with irony...
sincerely, i think is better if you travel to different parts of the world in a cruise and then make your stop in the country that you are going to visit...Traveling by plane to one country is not fun...They need to have a form of traveling that will have TV'S, all you can eat, where you can bet online, or just bet in a casino, you know what i mean; fun...They need to have something like the airbus but not with the intent of cramming people in, but to have few people perhaps 50 people instead of 400 and they all enjoy the
by the way i like traveling by train and cruise more than by plane, just that usually where i go (the time i've gone) you can't take a train or a ship...
no i live in the city in Panama...
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 15, 2008, 3:13 pm
the chip that they will insert in your thumb is something people try to make it as a biblical phrophecy, but it will never happen, or i don't think it will ever happen..
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 15, 2008, 3:14 pm
i meant to say that few people perhaps 50 people instead of 400 and they all enjoy the trip...
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 15, 2008, 3:17 pm
Panama City is a very exciting place, but I haven't been there for years as I wrote before. I wish I still had an article I read about a Jewish wedding at a Chinese restaurant in Panama City. Very controversial political subject, because I believe in freedom and independence, but I know that losing those thousands of US troops hurt the local economy. I think I'm older than you, but there used to be lots of US military living in Panama. As I wrote, I don't travel any more, but it used to be so cheap to go to other countries.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 15, 2008, 3:31 pm
Pumpi, I guess it depends why a person wants to travel. Some people want to get to know the local culture and mingle with the residents. So they stay in a Bed & Breakfast or even with local people who rent rooms to travelers. Others want to do the touristy thing and get room service. Both are fine, but have different experiences.
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 15, 2008, 4:10 pm
But one thing that i think will become true in the future and may be part of a phrophecy is this new chips they invented, they are so small, i think they are the size of a human hair, they can go on food cans and what they do (i think they are digestible too) they transmitt signal to a station...They gather information on what you like, and the big, or should i say huge company/conglomerate gathers information on the stuff you like and little by little they begging to form a profile of the stuff you like to buy most and this way target you for advertisements...What i don't like is that 99.8% of the human race is weak, and it will only make companies powerful and what if they don't have regard for human weaknesses..Example...Suppose you target a fat guy with the stuff he likes to eat the most, which is if you think about it, junk food, you are only going to clutter him with choices about the food he likes to eat, making him get a heart attack faster..And the ironic thing about it is that if you look at a supermarket FOOD, A LOT OF IT, has high percentage of sodium which they use as a preservative and cholesterol, and i just don't mean 25% of the food having this, but more like 90% of the foods having this...Added that with 800 calories that a plate of food has which i think is too much, most of the stuff have suggar, litterally, you are killing the population, just shortening the lifespan..Suppose they target someone with 5 kids with porn...do you see where this is going?
That and the idea that in the future, the whole world i believe will be watched...There will be cameras everywhere...This will be to counteract crime and robbery....
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LittleoldladyComment by Littleoldlady - March 15, 2008, 4:16 pm
I use online banking and can transfer anything anywhere. I like it like that. I would be more paranoid about making a phone call. The only thing is if you want to take out more than $2,000.00, you have to let them know twice. As soon as you do it, you are contacted by the fraud division. I also like certified checks. They are really nice and easy to handle.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 15, 2008, 4:45 pm
LittleOldLady...I guess there are many different rules for different institutions. Some virtual banks like ING only link directly to your local bank account and you can transfer any amount back & forth AFAIK. I've used ING for several years.
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four4meComment by four4me - March 15, 2008, 7:57 pm
Pumpi they are already using RFID tags in animals and products they can easily be inserted in humans. Most new licenses for teenagers in Maryland contain these chips already so in effect they are tagged. When they walk into an area where the receiver is all their personal information can be read or transmitted to a different location. Oh and all new passports contain them so get use to big brother watching.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - March 15, 2008, 8:44 pm
Four4me - that might be cool. I mean, a single person could take all the secrecy and mystery out of a relationship and just take a scanner along on a date. In a few seconds you know if the person is married, gay, a registered Democrat or Republican and even if he has high blood pressure or experiences ED if the MIB has reported it. :-)
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 17, 2008, 3:15 pm
Well those tags is wrong...Dead wrong...Those tags is evilness...Is a bad invention...
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 17, 2008, 3:16 pm
I bet israelies invented those tags, they are always trying to push human limits..Well this time is a bad invention....
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 18, 2008, 1:46 pm
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Comment by pumpi76 - March 18, 2008, 3:09 pm
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