The latest bank to experience problems is Deutsche Post Bank in Germany where SherrieQuestionAll says unconfirmed sources have reported problems in Germany with ATMs. This follows on from Sberbanks problems yesterday.

I got word from a financial expert that the Deutsche Post Bank ATMs in Germany are not working this weekend.

I have not been able to confirm this from another source as of yet.

Considering that RBS is saying their glitches won’t be fixed until July 31st and now  Russia’s largest bank Sberbank is stopping all credit and debit card transactions.  Then there is BNI who are saying they will not reopen until July 31st.  Something big is happening with the banks shutting down.

This is a long line of unprecedented bank glitches.

Back in early June, BNI, a bank in Italy “closed”, supposedly until July 3rd. It has not reopened and now is saying that July 31 they will reopen. Let’s call that “glitch #1”. Then, a couple of weeks back, RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland)- NatWest and Ulster Bank were hit by a “computer glitch” that still today affects a supposed 100,000 clients (maybe they forgot a zero or two?) and all of Ulster’s clients are affected. “2nd glitch”. http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/rbs-computer-glitch-ulster-bank-204808954.html So, “cash” is tight in Scotland and Northern Ireland because of a “glitch”. Then, yesterday, Sperbank, the largest bank in Russia (more than double its next competitors size) got “glitched” and are not processing any debit or credit card transactions. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/rbs-glitch-goes-airborne-biggest-russian-bank-halts-all-credit-debit-card-operations (3 glitchy stikes?) This morning I woke up to hear that Deutsche Postank AG has all of its ATM’s down (which was how BNI started). This “glitch” really perked my ears as now there are too many, “glitches” to be a coincidence.

That last sentence says it all,

there are too many, “glitches” to be a coincidence.

or better yet, the following quote

To put it bluntly, the shit house is coming down. It is coming down RIGHT NOW and HAPPENING right now.

 

Source:  sherriequestioningall.blogspot.co.uk

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