Re: Medium format digital
Luther Burbank Savings
San Rafael Ca 94901
On Sep 14, 2008, at 6:03 PM, Mike Kirwan wrote:
No problem about going off the deep end - but the big rich bad guys
to get away with actions that would get us mere mortals locked up
key thrown away.
What banks are offering that rate - I need a home for my just
Mac cd - trying to retire - and its really tough :(
From: Jack Fulton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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
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
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