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Very interesting occurrence at my bank last Friday.

I needed to have my Gifting forms notarized, so I chose to go to my local bank to accomplish that. I had four forms, each for several million dinar and was gifting to three corporations and one individual. I then planned to put all four forms in my safety deposit box. Others on the site have appropriately mentioned that the content of any document to be notarized is of no concern to the notaries - their duty is ONLY to ascertain the identity of the individual signing the document, and then watch them sign it and attest to their witnessing the signature. It is none of their business what the document says. I've been in that bank many times and have been treated nicely enough, but nothing special -- just another customer--that is, until last Friday. The bank officer who was going to notarize the documents read them. He then politely excused himself, went to get his supervisor, who then came back to the cubicle accompanied by the bank manager. I was suddenly of great interest to all three, who rolled out the red carpet for me. If they could have offered me a glass of wine, I believe they would have. They, of course, notarized the documents, and escorted me to the safety deposit box. They left me there privately, of course, to conclude my business, but not before saying that when I was finished, they would like to visit with me some more. When I was finished and exited the safety deposit room, all three of them greeted me and invited me back to the office where they asked what else they might do for me. They specifically asked me if I was happy with my "wealth management team" and wondered what they might do to earn that business. I thanked them for their help, told them that most of my assets are with a competeing bank, and that I was extremely happy with my team. They once again fell all over themselves trying to be of assistance.

It was an interesting visit to the bank. When I first invested in the dinar a while back, I had asked some general questions of the bank manager about the dinar, and was treated like I was the village idiot. But not last Friday. Sure seemed like something was up! By the way, I LIKED IT!

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Very interesting occurrence at my bank last Friday.

I needed to have my Gifting forms notarized, so I chose to go to my local bank to accomplish that. I had four forms, each for several million dinar and was gifting to three corporations and one individual. I then planned to put all four forms in my safety deposit box. Others on the site have appropriately mentioned that the content of any document to be notarized is of no concern to the notaries - their duty is ONLY to ascertain the identity of the individual signing the document, and then watch them sign it and attest to their witnessing the signature. It is none of their business what the document says. I've been in that bank many times and have been treated nicely enough, but nothing special -- just another customer--that is, until last Friday. The bank officer who was going to notarize the documents read them. He then politely excused himself, went to get his supervisor, who then came back to the cubicle accompanied by the bank manager. I was suddenly of great interest to all three, who rolled out the red carpet for me. If they could have offered me a glass of wine, I believe they would have. They, of course, notarized the documents, and escorted me to the safety deposit box. They left me there privately, of course, to conclude my business, but not before saying that when I was finished, they would like to visit with me some more. When I was finished and exited the safety deposit room, all three of them greeted me and invited me back to the office where they asked what else they might do for me. They specifically asked me if I was happy with my "wealth management team" and wondered what they might do to earn that business. I thanked them for their help, told them that most of my assets are with a competeing bank, and that I was extremely happy with my team. They once again fell all over themselves trying to be of assistance.

It was an interesting visit to the bank. When I first invested in the dinar a while back, I had asked some general questions of the bank manager about the dinar, and was treated like I was the village idiot. But not last Friday. Sure seemed like something was up! By the way, I LIKED IT!

Nightspell

A buddy of mine works for a lg bank setting up apptments for one of their best financial advisors. He recently had a guy cime in who claimed he was worth 7 million. Turns out the idiot was worth 7 million in dinar, they all laughed at him beehind his back lol so more like 7 grand than 7 mill.

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I went to the Charles Schwab office on the main line in Philadelphia to open a High Investor's Yield checking account to try to put some of my proceeds in once it RV's. I met with the VP there who said he hadn't heard of the IQD and what it was about (?!?!?!)

I thought, "Maybe I shouldn't be here." My husband and I are barely existing right now and have NO extra money in any checking account anywhere. So the RV would be an amazing answer to many prayers. Anyway, they sent me a letter stating they couldn't open such an account for me, basically b/c I didn't have any money right now. I had had such an account years ago with them but closed it once I was no longer able to keep any money in it.

So for me, forget Charles Schwab! I'll go somewhere else. And I'm going to make a Charitable Gift Annuity to the work of Samaritan's Purse the very first day I have any money at all.

cdg

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I went to the Charles Schwab office on the main line in Philadelphia to open a High Investor's Yield checking account to try to put some of my proceeds in once it RV's. I met with the VP there who said he hadn't heard of the IQD and what it was about (?!?!?!)

I thought, "Maybe I shouldn't be here." My husband and I are barely existing right now and have NO extra money in any checking account anywhere. So the RV would be an amazing answer to many prayers. Anyway, they sent me a letter stating they couldn't open such an account for me, basically b/c I didn't have any money right now. I had had such an account years ago with them but closed it once I was no longer able to keep any money in it.

So for me, forget Charles Schwab! I'll go somewhere else. And I'm going to make a Charitable Gift Annuity to the work of Samaritan's Purse the very first day I have any money at all.

cdg

+1 to you if I could!

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Just as I feared! My story is true - the post was sort of a test of the reaction I might get from senior members. Question answered! Thanks. I'm now better prepared to filter information! Gee - I don't know! Maybe they just liked my jewelry! :-)

Sorry if you've been offended....people have become a bit jaded to stories like this if you haven't built up any credibility...hope you have a nice day!

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Very interesting occurrence at my bank last Friday.

I needed to have my Gifting forms notarized, so I chose to go to my local bank to accomplish that. I had four forms, each for several million dinar and was gifting to three corporations and one individual. I then planned to put all four forms in my safety deposit box. Others on the site have appropriately mentioned that the content of any document to be notarized is of no concern to the notaries - their duty is ONLY to ascertain the identity of the individual signing the document, and then watch them sign it and attest to their witnessing the signature. It is none of their business what the document says. I've been in that bank many times and have been treated nicely enough, but nothing special -- just another customer--that is, until last Friday. The bank officer who was going to notarize the documents read them. He then politely excused himself, went to get his supervisor, who then came back to the cubicle accompanied by the bank manager. I was suddenly of great interest to all three, who rolled out the red carpet for me. If they could have offered me a glass of wine, I believe they would have. They, of course, notarized the documents, and escorted me to the safety deposit box. They left me there privately, of course, to conclude my business, but not before saying that when I was finished, they would like to visit with me some more. When I was finished and exited the safety deposit room, all three of them greeted me and invited me back to the office where they asked what else they might do for me. They specifically asked me if I was happy with my "wealth management team" and wondered what they might do to earn that business. I thanked them for their help, told them that most of my assets are with a competeing bank, and that I was extremely happy with my team. They once again fell all over themselves trying to be of assistance.

It was an interesting visit to the bank. When I first invested in the dinar a while back, I had asked some general questions of the bank manager about the dinar, and was treated like I was the village idiot. But not last Friday. Sure seemed like something was up! By the way, I LIKED IT!

Nightspell

Don't mind the scarcamic remarks your bank story is a good as any. Good for you if it happened

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Sorry if you've been offended....people have become a bit jaded to stories like this if you haven't built up any credibility...hope you have a nice day!

If you do have any shred of credibility, and then tell a bank story like this one, you then proceed to lose said credibility. the banks have no idea what may ever happen. if any 'banker' treats you like a king because you have dinar, they probably get their info from okie or whoever.

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If you do have any shred of credibility, and then tell a bank story like this one, you then proceed to lose said credibility. the banks have no idea what may ever happen. if any 'banker' treats you like a king because you have dinar, they probably get their info from okie or whoever.

Oh, I am so sorry if I misled you. At no time was I concerned about my credibility with this group; I was trying to detemine how much credibility I should assign TO the group, especially the senior members.

Thanks AoK, Bamagirl, and HeavyDuty 053 for your kind remarks. By the way, do any of you know the most efficient way to update my profile. I am less of a NEWBIE than some of your senior members, (Check the dates), am a VIP and an OSI member. Any help would be most appreciated. Have not yet received a response from Sarah (who has been extremely helpful) about how to proceed !

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Oh, I am so sorry if I misled you. At no time was I concerned about my credibility with this group; I was trying to detemine how much credibility I should assign TO the group, especially the senior members.

Thanks AoK, Bamagirl, and HeavyDuty 053 for your kind remarks. By the way, do any of you know the most efficient way to update my profile. I am less of a NEWBIE than some of your senior members, (Check the dates), am a VIP and an OSI member. Any help would be most appreciated. Have not yet received a response from Sarah (who has been extremely helpful) about how to proceed !

Leave Texas Granny a message with your questions, that lady is a whiz!

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Oh, I am so sorry if I misled you. At no time was I concerned about my credibility with this group; I was trying to detemine how much credibility I should assign TO the group, especially the senior members.

Thanks AoK, Bamagirl, and HeavyDuty 053 for your kind remarks. By the way, do any of you know the most efficient way to update my profile. I am less of a NEWBIE than some of your senior members, (Check the dates), am a VIP and an OSI member. Any help would be most appreciated. Have not yet received a response from Sarah (who has been extremely helpful) about how to proceed !

There you go Nightspell - you are no longer showing "Newbie" - but just a word of caution, please do not discuss anything related to VIP/OSI in the open forum.

Thanks. :hug:

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I went to the Charles Schwab office on the main line in Philadelphia to open a High Investor's Yield checking account to try to put some of my proceeds in once it RV's. I met with the VP there who said he hadn't heard of the IQD and what it was about (?!?!?!)

I thought, "Maybe I shouldn't be here." My husband and I are barely existing right now and have NO extra money in any checking account anywhere. So the RV would be an amazing answer to many prayers. Anyway, they sent me a letter stating they couldn't open such an account for me, basically b/c I didn't have any money right now. I had had such an account years ago with them but closed it once I was no longer able to keep any money in it.

So for me, forget Charles Schwab! I'll go somewhere else. And I'm going to make a Charitable Gift Annuity to the work of Samaritan's Purse the very first day I have any money at all.

cdg

Okay, I don't know you carolinadukegirl, but I love your heart... Samaritan's Purse is one of my favorites!

I will give a counter balance to your Schwab comments, though. I am a Schwab customer and love their services. $8.95 per trade, free high yield investors checking account, free checks, free debit card, lots of locations here in SoCal, re-imbursement of ATM fees at any ATM (you can use your Schwab debit card at ANY ATM and at the end of every month they reimburse any fees that you paid), and the list goes on.....

Sorry you had recent bad luck there but you can't fault them for not allowing you to open an account with no money. I helped both of my sisters open accounts at Schwab with around $100 and they were able to trade that same day!

All in all I give Schwab two thumbs up.

That's all.... hope your financial situation improves soon. Hope all of our situations improve soon with a nice RV!

WW.

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Just as I feared! My story is true - the post was sort of a test of the reaction I might get from senior members. Question answered! Thanks. I'm now better prepared to filter information! Gee - I don't know! Maybe they just liked my jewelry! :-)

Naaaah, spell...they were probobly not giving your story credit cuz you never mentioned any of them winking at you. lol

Thanks for sharing. We must all like Bank Stories on SOME level if we're taking time to read them when clearly marked as such.

Best wishes!

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