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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Tom-D, Jan 2, 2019.
There's always money in the banana stand.
Your secret is safe on the internet...
I guess that varies by bank and your personal settings. At my ATM I am set up for $2500 a day.
Yup... that will always work...specially on a Sunday eve.
Typically a couple AMU in the gun safe, if I'm travelling usually around five with me. Local Indian casino I can tap the ATM for 5K, pick it up at the cage if I really needed to.
If I would have read this 2 weeks ago I could have said 60,000 in cash. Decided to go to the car dealership in another state and pay it all in real dollars. You should see the face on the person behind you in line at TSA when the only thing you send through the xray machine is 60,000. I don't do things that normal people do sometimes..
got balls? With the amount of drug money loose ? ?
Wasn't drug money unfortunately. It would have been easier to acquire that way. It takes the credit union I use a decent lead time to get the money to the branch. I think I ordered the cash 6 days in advance.
I have a pretty old couch so I'm guessing I have a lot of cash in there plus I have a jar by the door full of pennies and a dish on my dresser full of coins but most of them are foreign; oh I have a framed dollar bill signed by George Schultz when he was SEC-TREAS and I delivered his paper. Also, I have an envelope with two dollar bills in the plane that I give to line people when I visit away airports. I guess that makes my net worth about fifty dollars.
I remember as a kid digging through the couch trying to come up with 25 cents so I could go the drugstore and sit at the lunch counter and eat a banana split....
Might want to limit the cash on hand these days:
don't be a criminal.
That’s taking quite a risk with civil asset forfeiture become more common.
They can take your money just because you have lots of it, never charge you, and never give it back. No day in court. No criminal action needed.
This should go directly to SCOTUS.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
On its way. Only took about 20 years.
Me? Disposable income?
a subtle relevant quote of the best show ever.......nice!
That is known as the wad that can choke a horse.
Just so ya know, my 182 customer thinks he is broke when he has less than 20 grand in his wallot.
Yeah. The two already posted that you didn’t read.
I made sure to carry documentation showing it was directly from my bank account and it had been ordered from the FED. If they took it I would have just went and got more.
It was ordered from the FED that you buy a car across state lines with cash? Huh?
This is a little amusing- you asking for citations.
Here's some more:
It is all too common for police to take and retain the money, even if there is no one can be charged.
Edit: and the two posted that you didn't read.
If you're too lazy to read, there's this tidbit from Lehto's Law YouTube channel...
Actually, many have gotten their money back. The entire point of criminal forfeiture is to target those whom law enforcement believes have ill-gotten money. Hence, the vast majority of those who suffer such madness never sue to recover it. Unfortunately, the recovery efforts are at the victim's expense.
A while back I was exporting motorcycles to various parts of the world (where depended on dollar vs. overseas currency). Every day I'd go to the bank and get very large amounts of cash (they even requested that I not use the same time each day!) It would have been fun getting pulled over and searched, but I had the bank records, and if the money was seized, you can bet that there would not only be a legal fight, but lots of publicity.
Any sort of taking by the government should involve due process.
Would you mind posting his name, a description of his appearance, his address, and places that he frequents on a regular basis? Asking for a friend.
The bank had to order the cash from the FED, they don't keep that on hand. I paid in cash so I could fulfill a goal of buying a car in cash some day.
I see. I still don't think I'd do that these days. Just not worth the risk. From the bad or good guys.
I had a buddy take a shoebox full of cash (around $30k) to a lambo dealership to try to get a test drive and they wouldn't even talk to him. Sign a purchase agreement, or go away. This was in the 80's. $30k was a lot of money back then.
I most likely won't do it again. I just made a goal back around 2009 when the GT-R came out that I would buy one in cash someday. I like following through with things like that even if it's about 10 years late.
I wouldn't talk to him either if somebody brought me in a shoebox full of $1 bills.
Went to the ATM at my Credit Union to get some cash today as I had zero on hand. The gizmo was beeping like mad, the screen said “Please take your card” and sure enough, somebody’s card was sticking out of the slot.
Even my Vise Grip couldn’t pull that sucker out
I’ll see if it’s still there when the CU opens tomorrow. I’ll bring some WD-40 just in case.
His reputation is quite well known, I was with him when he bought his new truck, a 2018 3/4 chevy diesel. and paid cash.. I thought the salesman was going to pee his pants.
My wife just dropped 60K on a kitchen remodel, so ... not nearly as much as I used to have.
He must either have a super fat wallet or be carrying bills no longer in common circulation as the $100 bill is the largest in common circulation and it would require 200 of those to equal 20 grand.