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Boycott Bank of America


#1

Where are the civil liberties groups...

Bank of America Freezes Gun Manufacturer's Account
http://cnsnews.com/blog/gregory-gwyn-williams-jr/bank-america-freezes-gun-manufacturers-account-company-owner-claims

FLASHBACK: Obama: I Will NOT Take Your Guns Away
http://cnsnews.com/blog/gregory-gwyn-williams-jr/flashback-obama-i-will-not-take-your-guns-away

The tolerant "voice of reason" coming from the left
http://rudepundit.blogspot.com/

http://www.infowars.com/alex-jones-detained-by-tsa/


#2

“Where are the civil liberties groups…”

Probably watching porn…I’d love to see how they would attempt to confiscate
en masse…I’d love to watch how they would put the toothpaste back in that tube.
Interesting times indeed.


#3

[quote]Karado wrote:
“Where are the civil liberties groups…”

Probably watching porn…I’d love to see how they would attempt to confiscate
en masse…I’d love to watch how they would put the toothpaste back in that tube.
Interesting times indeed.[/quote]

It could be accomplished far easier than you may think.


#4

Yeah screw BOA, they say that students and active duty military get free accounts with them, hey cool. Opened up account with them as a student, then when I went active duty, I noticed they started charging me each month; called and asked, and they gave some BS answer about transitioning from student to active duty status, and how I wasn’t eligible for a free account with them anymore.

Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. Never doing business with BOA again, especially about reading the stories of them attempting to foreclose on the houses of people who’ve fully paid off their mortgages. Ridiculous.


#5

ZEB wrote:
pittbulll wrote:
We gave up on the constitution a long time ago

I look forward to many more perils of wisdom, just like this, coming from you in 2013.

(For those who are dense this is an insult involving a pun)

LOL good ninja edit. I look forward to many more posts like this from you this year that show off that razor sharp mind. Perhaps a peril of wisdom is learning something that might change ones mind.

says groo.

0_0


#6

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Yeah screw BOA, they say that students and active duty military get free accounts with them, hey cool. Opened up account with them as a student, then when I went active duty, I noticed they started charging me each month; called and asked, and they gave some BS answer about transitioning from student to active duty status, and how I wasn’t eligible for a free account with them anymore.

Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. Never doing business with BOA again, especially about reading the stories of them attempting to foreclose on the houses of people who’ve fully paid off their mortgages. Ridiculous. [/quote]

Need paperless account with BoA to not get charged monthly.


#7

[quote]optheta wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Yeah screw BOA, they say that students and active duty military get free accounts with them, hey cool. Opened up account with them as a student, then when I went active duty, I noticed they started charging me each month; called and asked, and they gave some BS answer about transitioning from student to active duty status, and how I wasn’t eligible for a free account with them anymore.

Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. Never doing business with BOA again, especially about reading the stories of them attempting to foreclose on the houses of people who’ve fully paid off their mortgages. Ridiculous. [/quote]

Need paperless account with BoA to not get charged monthly.[/quote]

Oh I was paperless, that was a stipulation right from the start.


#8

I’ve been boycotting BOA for almost five years now. They really are a HORRIBLE entity - on so many levels.

I’ve had so many negative dealings with them from personal banking to when I was in the mortgage business. They just… SUCK. I honestly don’t know how they’ve been able to consistently screw up, screw people over and BLATANTLY put their shareholders interests before ALL OTHERS for so many years and get away with it.

It boggles my little brain how they managed not to implode after buying Countrywide. And how Ken Lewis didn’t end up in jail for perjury after he lied to congress about giving out bonuses after the bailouts… I could keep going… To me they are the pinnacle of everything that is wrong with American business.


#9

[quote]hungry4more wrote:

[quote]optheta wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Yeah screw BOA, they say that students and active duty military get free accounts with them, hey cool. Opened up account with them as a student, then when I went active duty, I noticed they started charging me each month; called and asked, and they gave some BS answer about transitioning from student to active duty status, and how I wasn’t eligible for a free account with them anymore.

Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. Never doing business with BOA again, especially about reading the stories of them attempting to foreclose on the houses of people who’ve fully paid off their mortgages. Ridiculous. [/quote]

Need paperless account with BoA to not get charged monthly.[/quote]

Oh I was paperless, that was a stipulation right from the start. [/quote]

Hmm maybe you did to many transfers from savings to checking or transferred more then 3 times to a person in a month?


#10

[quote]conservativedog wrote:
Where are the civil liberties groups…

Bank of America Freezes Gun Manufacturer’s Account

FLASHBACK: Obama: I Will NOT Take Your Guns Away

The tolerant “voice of reason” coming from the left

[/quote]

Ugh, what’s next? They going to not let people take out money or use credit if they are buying a gun with it?

People are so fucking stupid. Do they really think fucking law abiding citizens is going to help stop crime?

The reason we have such crime and idiots who go on shooting sprees is because we tolerate it, not because they can get a gun easy.
All these laws punish people trying to do things the right fucking way. Criminals will get a gun the right way or the wrong way, but they will get their guns and nobody can stop them. Seriously, there’s millions of guns in the U.S…They will find their way in to the hands of the wrong people whether or not they are legal…
People are so fucking stupid it’s frustrating. I was going to wait until I had a little better financial situ to get a gun, but apparently have to do this in short order.
The DICKtater in charge wants to use executive orders to punish the law abiding citizens. ASSHOLE. I hate obama.


#11

[quote]optheta wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:

[quote]optheta wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Yeah screw BOA, they say that students and active duty military get free accounts with them, hey cool. Opened up account with them as a student, then when I went active duty, I noticed they started charging me each month; called and asked, and they gave some BS answer about transitioning from student to active duty status, and how I wasn’t eligible for a free account with them anymore.

Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. Never doing business with BOA again, especially about reading the stories of them attempting to foreclose on the houses of people who’ve fully paid off their mortgages. Ridiculous. [/quote]

Need paperless account with BoA to not get charged monthly.[/quote]

Oh I was paperless, that was a stipulation right from the start. [/quote]

Hmm maybe you did to many transfers from savings to checking or transferred more then 3 times to a person in a month?
[/quote]

Lol I never made more than 1 transfer in a month. I’m not stupid, I understand how these thing work. They just wanted to make an extra buck off of me, and hope I wouldn’t notice.


#12

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. [/quote]

You’ll find it hard to bank with anyone else after banking with them.

james


#13

[quote]atypical1 wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. [/quote]

You’ll find it hard to bank with anyone else after banking with them.

james
[/quote]

That’s what everyone has said, and I believe it. Overall they’ve been a very easy bank to work with for the last few years.


#14

[quote]hungry4more wrote:

[quote]atypical1 wrote:

[quote]hungry4more wrote:
Just dumped my money I had with them into my NavyFed account. [/quote]

You’ll find it hard to bank with anyone else after banking with them.

james
[/quote]

That’s what everyone has said, and I believe it. Overall they’ve been a very easy bank to work with for the last few years. [/quote]

Credit unions are DEFINITELY the way to go if you are able to join one. I bank with the credit union through my electrical union and I have never been happier.