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Where To Hide Your Money

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March 25, 2013

Q: Why do you need to get your money out of the bank and hide it?

A: Because when you put your money in the bank, it's no longer yours.

Your deposited money LEGALLY becomes the property of the bank, and you (the customer) in turn receive an asset called a "deposit account" (a checking or savings account).

See Wikipedia

GET OUT BEFORE THE "RUN ON BANKS"

Your checking or savings account is called a "liability" on the bank’s balance sheet. Why is it a liability? Because the bank loans out your money as well as money that it doesn't have. It's called FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING. The bank only has a tiny FRACTION of what they loan out at LOAN SHARK interest rates.

So... if you and too many depositors line up at the bank and demand their money back - the bank only has a small "fraction" of their depositor's money. If you have $10,000 in the bank, you will only get $1,000 back...and if the bank fails, you get NOTHING back!

WHERE TO HIDE YOUR MONEY

When you hide your money, you have to worry about petty burglars...but...you no longer have to worry about the GRAND THEFT burglars (the banksters).

Petty burglars know that when people hide money, they usually hide it away neatly and securely. A child’s room is an unlikely place for money to be hidden and it's hard for a burglar to search quickly through toys and get the hell out.

Leave some token money for the burglar to find in the usual places where burglars look - like your fridge freezer, under the back of the toilet cover or inside a book or under a plant.

Consider hiding COUNTERFEIT money for the burlar to find or keep an UNBOLTED DOWN safe in your home full of nothing but weight-training disks. Safes, wallets and purses are advertisements. They are a loudspeaker that shouts, "Over here! Come and get it!"

Good hiding places are the underside of trash cans, inside laundry detergent, a rag bag, an empty paper towel roll or inside a child's toy in a child's room.

False packaging is also a good hiding place. Take tins of food you won't eat like kidney beans, soup, pet food etc and open them upside down, wash out the contents, pop your money or valuables (wrapped up in tissue or something to stop them from rattling) and place them in your cupboard at the back amongst all those odds and ends.

Valuables can also be placed in a zip lock bag and then placed UNDER the bag that LINES a diaper pail. Anyone with kids knows you don’t want to go there! If you don't have kids, try the cat’s litter box or your kitchen garbage bin. Just remember to put the goods UNDER the bag that LINES the aromatic spot.

Don't forget to REMEMBER where you hid the money. Some people are so good at hiding their money, they forget where they hid it.

HIDING SILVER AND GOLD

The most important thing to consider when hiding gold and silver inside your home is metal detectors. A burglar with a metal detector can easily find it...unless it's hidden inside something made of metal.

The best hiding place is the ground. Watch this youtube for "how-to" instructions to make it metal-detector-proof.

HIDING PLACES IN YOUR CAR

If there is a natural or "UNNATURAL" disaster - like a fire, hurricaine, flood, asteroid, alien invasion - and you have to vacate your home where your money and silver is hidden, you may want to consider hiding it in your car.

BEST BET

Spend all your money! Then you don't have to worry about hiding it!

 

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