Important Information: IMF Plans For Cashless Society Disclosed


Creepy IMF Paper Teaches Governments How to Wage War on Cash

There’s been another shot fired in the “war on cash.” Recently, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published a working paper offering governments suggestions on how to move toward a cashless society even in the face of strong public opposition.

Over the last several years, we’ve seen a steady push to eliminate, or at least limit, the use of cash around the world. In May of 2016, the European Central bank announced it will stop producing and issuing 500-euro notes by the end of 2018. Not long before the EU announcement, a former Obama economic adviser/ex-Treasury secretary floated the idea of eliminating the $100 bill in the US.

Banks have also gotten in on the act. Last year, Chase capped ATM withdrawals for non-Chase customers at $1,000 per day. Recently, ATM’s in Mexico stopped issuing 500-peso notes, leaving the 200-peso note as the highest denomination available. CitiBank Australia stopped handling cash transactions altogether late last year.

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  1. #1 by Doreen Agostino on April 19, 2017 - 22:55

    Reblogged this on OUR GREATER DESTINY and commented:
    Deception is spun in such a way that most people believe it is in their best interest, when in fact it is not. Ceilings on cash withdrawals are already normalized in some countries.

    • #2 by cadmar1944 on April 20, 2017 - 01:16

      Your are correct where I live I can only draw 250 Euro each day on each card, my wife has one and I the other. There was a
      time in the recent past where I could go into the bank and draw all my debt notes in one withdrawal but not now, who the
      hell is going to launder money in such low amounts like my pension. The people who are doing this are the one’s that need
      attention not joe public who for the most part are honest working people.

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