Move Your Money Now | How to

I recently closed my checking and savings accounts with Wells Fargo. It is the best way to show the big banks that they are not too big to fail (above the law). Boycott! I moved to the San Diego County Credit Union. 

    A few months back I finished paying Chase what I owed them. I remember that in spite of my best efforts they almost forced me to go bankrupt—something that, out of principle, I didn’t want to do. Without warning, they rose my minimum payment to an exorbitant amount. When I called them they gave me the phone of a credit counselor, but luckily I found work. 

     They will never see my business again.

    In case you are thinking on moving your money or wondering why, I will pass to you this link sent to me by Thrive. People are waking up. 

“Our aim is to not only help people know HOW to transfer banks, but to help them understand WHY they should, by illustrating how rigged the financial system is.” 

“The Bank Transfer Day movement is calling for people to move their money from the large corporate banks to local community banks and credit unions.

This is an example of proactive, non-violent non-participation – a strategy Gandhi used successfully in India and Martin Luther King relied on in the Civil Rights Movement. Our financial system is corrupt at its core, as were the salt laws in India and segregation in the US.

Moving our money out of the big centralized banks sends a clear message that we will not support them with our deposits, or be a part of their corrupt practices.”

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