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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Dec 15, 2018 7:44 pm

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BAP:  INTEL UPDATE - One of my bank sources said that Wells Fargo held a meeting for all staff who are trained and ready to exchange. They asked that anyone in the group who held currency to raise their hands. About 20 people raised their hands. They were told that if they wanted to continue to work for Wells that they should consider transfering to another department because if they stayed in the exchange dept it would be like them doing insider trading…… Interesting perspective.

Imageinary2:  GM BAP, do you know when the meeting took place? Was it this past week?

BAP:  yesterday

Briona:  I don't see how anyone who is trained for the exchange process, would not have their own currency.

BAP:  Because when they were trained, they were required to sign an agreement that they could not purchase or hold any currency.
 
Briona:  That is about the worst agreement anyone could sign.

RCH:  bap, you are right about them not being able to buy currency but if they were given it was given to them they could keep it.

Jambie67:  No wonder the banks hired slews of new employees the past couple of years. There likely was a mass exodus.

Jimb49:  Interesting that people working for a bank would be doing inside trading for purchasing currency and our congress gets a pass?

Briona:  I don't see the exchange workers who are barred from purchasing currency, being too happy when we come in to exchange. I don't expect to see too many smiles when they are putting millions in our accounts, while they are working for a pittance.

BAP:  I believe the reason banks didn't want exchange personnel owning currencies is that as soon as the exchanges happened, they would all quit. A couple years ago this was talked about by Tony and DC on the calls….. I mean, could you imagine working at the exchange center and seeing rates on the screen? They see that an investment of $1,000 into the Iraqi Dinar would net them several million dollars?

Mocha:  I wonder how the information was presented to them, maybe it wasn't as straight forward as we're thinking. I'm thinking they could have been given just enough information to make them think signing the agreement would be beneficial to them in the long run
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Post by Scotchie on Sat Dec 15, 2018 10:58 pm

Wells Fargo asked employees who holds currencies?

That would be against the law, I am sure.

Wells Fargo has let thousands of employees go, due to corrupt practices.

I would not deal with Wells Fargo at all.

Wow, the lies.

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Post by Ethel Biscuit on Sun Dec 16, 2018 7:03 am

Sheer deluded fantasy. As always.

say what?

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Post by Kevind53 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:43 pm

@Ethel Biscuit wrote:Sheer deluded fantasy. As always.

say what?

You got that right Ethel

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