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Aruba bank(s) is there an illegal system that hides behind the walls

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  • 1. Aruba Bank(s) Is there an Illegal System that Hides behind the Walls of the Banks? homealoneagainpresentations.com All successful illegal organizations must have structure. They rely on complete allegiance by their soldiers with variations of how they operate depending on their environment. The more control the enterprise has over the courts and the laws the greater the money they can acquire and power they can generate. They start out by quietly and methodically installing their people into key positions of power assuring that no matter the circumstances they have a player in place to do their bidding to protect the system. Since Banks are governed by Central Banking Laws and it's that bodies oversight that is to maintain integrity of the Banking system. This becomes the Key control point that in the beginning must be secured. Once that has happened they then can move onto the attorneys, courts through Judges and eventually control the verdicts of all cases they face. Once the court is controlled they now own the main infrastructure of a country's economical well being and its people. This has now allegedly occurred in at least Curacao, Aruba and St. Maarten of the Dutch controlled Antilles. Through that new found control it becomes an easy step to payoff all politicians who are temporary. They then can begin to change or reduce laws that govern the behavior of their illegal actions. All legislation and distribution of Government tax payer driven contracts then become the their's to disperse. So called Government projects such as the Trolley Car system being built in Aruba become an avenue to large sums of public tax payer cash readily available. In this case they not only skim millions from the initial signing of the contracts, they award contracts to less than ethical construction companies whom do unacceptable work so that it must be removed and redone increasing the costs. There are no penalties so public tax payer cash becomes their target as they redo this and other construction multiple times as they bilk the tax payer and the municipalities they control with their enterprise. The second source of money in this fraud are the actual businesses they have affected. Their planned approach is to make sure construction is lengthy enough to cause a catastrophic financial disruption in business. In this case the Banks want those properties and will secure them by making sure construction is delayed so as many of those businesses fail and go Bankrupt as possible. They will then repossess them prior to the construction being completed and sell them to their shell companies or their friends. They have no fear of the courts as they have their people in place that assure their success in this scheme. Look for the Political people you voted to represent you especially in this time of need to just say they can do nothing as they receive hush money.
  • 2. It's a tragedy that is unfolding all over the Antilles not driven by the Antillean people as many who are working for this system are mere soldiers for the enterprise being controlled by the Banks allegedly out of the Netherlands. This system will stay entrenched and Antilleans will be diminished as Millions will be bilked from the Antilles economy so a few Bankers and their associates can become wealthy as the Island people are enslaved. How do you stop it? It's a simple math equation. The system cannot succeed unless it has Antillean support. You support it by shopping at the large Malls or by frequenting the businesses that this enterprise and their friends have built. You know the places, generally owned by the same people and suspiciously they have all the best locations. The Banks that are front running this system are also easy to spot. They are the ones whom seem overly aggressive. They have multiple loans that are failing and seem to have the most court actions being taken against them. They have less than integral people who work for them in the key positions that aggressively peddle questionable loans to friends that eventually fail while they drive in nice cars given as perks for signing their friends and family to these predatory type loan contracts. The most important tool the enterprise has that they cannot succeed without are players from the local community. They are the ones in key positions. The Mayors, town councils, ministers, school board members, bank employees, attorneys, accountants, Judges, police, priests, pastors, heads of corporations, business groups etc. Once they have their people established they then can control all business and eventually the winners and losers in that community. You see it is your neighbor who is really the key player. Without their participation the system would die. You can begin to stop this by talking with them making them aware of what they are doing and what it is doing to the community. Sometimes it's a friendly conversation sometimes not so. If they are active participants in the system often communicating with them is simply is out of the question. For players like these there are other means where by they can be reached. You do not have to change the system in one day. You must change it over a period of time as you begin to reach the different players (your neighbors) who are the gofers or lackeys for the enterprise. If you are contemplating a Bank Loan, If you are thinking of expanding your business, if you have any thoughts of entering into a contract with any Bank in the Antilles think again and again. The system is potentially illegal across the board. You may not have had trouble with them yet. It's coming if you sign a loan contract. With it you will sign a personal guarantee which gives this unethical enterprise access to all you own. The primary target for the loan they already have and if you default or they decide to call it in they will forget the initial money and target you borrowed for. They will then go after your car, wages and or home as they sell that to a Bank employee for a 50% or more discount.
  • 3. Recently evidence has surfaced for a case that has yet to be presented. This involves one particular Bank in Aruba but may include all banks as they are all under the same umbrella of protection where there is a non-existent Central Banking system and it's oversight. Here's how the fraud works. A patron goes to the local Ma and Pa grocery. They make a purchase with a credit card. A month later when the patron checks their statement there is a double charge on the same purchase. In legal run systems there is a program in the software that catches this at the point of sale. So the patron unless they check their statement would be double charged. So the patron goes back to the grocery store owner and he looks it up. No I didn't stamp it twice only once? How did it get double charged and where did that money end up? Back to the bank to check and comes to find out the Bank had the double charge and sent that double bill to the card holder. The Bank sends the original charge to the store owner and pockets the second charge. When confronted they call it an administrative error and then correct it. It's a great way to trump Bank earnings. Please check your statements as this has happened multiple times and looks to be a standard con game Banks in the Antilles are using. Here is another Banking Fraud. An Aruban Lady 86 years old is called by the Bank to please come in as she has a dormant account the Bank wants here to activate as its money that she is not earning interest on. She asks her friend to accompany her and in a few days arrive at the appointed time at the Bank where they are ushered into a room out of the public's eye. There she is told that the account is dormant and to activate she must move money from an active account into the dormant account or deposit $100 awg into it. She looks at her friend and the friendly Bank Lady and says why not. The Bank employee asks her for her passport makes a copy, has her sign several documents and eventually their business is complete and they leave with warm feelings of how well they were treated by this kind Bank lady. Just weeks later her son going over her Banking statements sees two withdraws just days apart. One of 10,000 florins and another a few days later of 15,000 florins. He is upset and asks her the reason for the withdraws. She has memory issues but could not recollect where and what they were about. After some research and thought they called the bank and asked if they could meet with someone whom the Son knew from a previous Banking loan contact. They arrived and were ushered into a back room where the son asked where this money went? The Bank employee said your mom took it. He turned to his mom and asked did you take this money. The Bank person said here is a copy of her passport and her signatures that she indeed received the money. Again her son turned toward his mom and asked if she had the money. She was in tears by now and said no I didn't. Then her son turned to the bank employee and asked her did you take her money? The bank person said no. The son thought for a moment and then said I will have to call the police. The bank person remained quiet and they left the
  • 4. Bank. Upon arriving back home the phone was ringing and it was the Bank calling. She said they had located the administrative mistake and her money was back into the account. People an illegal operation has no emotions other than fear and greed. In that atmosphere anything can happen. The Bank does not fear the court they own. They do not fear laws that they have written. They do not fear Politicians they have paid hush money to. The system grows simply because the people that know about it remain silent. If you know something speak out and things will begin to change. This is your country and your future. Please check your Bank's rules involving the protection of your funds. This can be found by googling your Bank and its rules of operation.

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