RE: Medium format digital
No problem about going off the deep end - but the big rich bad guys do tend
to get away with actions that would get us mere mortals locked up with the
key thrown away.
What banks are offering that rate - I need a home for my just returned Indy
Mac cd - trying to retire - and its really tough :(
From: Jack Fulton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 5:19 PM
Subject: Re: Medium format digital
Here, in my home town, 4.15% right now for a 7 month . . . and safe.
But, Mike, I know what you mean. I do know that our banks, locally,
are substantial and not caught up with "the mortgage scandals", which
me of the Savings & Loan scandals of the 80's & 90's. They were another
de-regulated piece of work foisted upon the public and paid for by us
multi-scrillionaires. One of AZ (where guess who is from) was Hurwitz
took over our local perfectly fine and good redwood lumber mill and
ruined the forests and lives. It's greed . . . but, gosh folks, I
didn't mean to go
off the deep end but, whew, I am livid these days.
On Sep 14, 2008, at 5:01 PM, Mike Kirwan wrote:
> "I would wait a bit, take the extra money, put it in a nice 4-5% CD"
> Not too many of our financial institutions offering this type of
> return on a
> CD. Be aware of any bank offering more than 3.5% as they might not
> be around
> much longer.
> I had this issue with CD's at Indy Mac and looks like WAMU as well.
> Indy Mac I got my money back but zero interest - grhh