How to trade the fractional reserve system

Discussion in 'Trading' started by FireWalker, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. Best way is to work at a bank in the IT department although if you're smart you could do it from customer service or other department.

    A few ways to go about it, but here's a basic idea:
    - create a customer account with a debit card (could open this on the legit).
    - write a tiny program to add digits to that account outside of database batch operations. after 15 minutes or so, return the digits.

    That'll give you 15 minutes every day to max out the ATM or charge gold/silver overseas. That would work for getting money out of the system.

    You want to stay underneath the round-offs on all management reports. Also realize there will be a discrepancy between ATM receipts and cash. If you're smart, you could handle that programmatically.

    Realize the bank doesn't actually lose any money. What is happening here is inflation creation. Spread the loss across the population and no one will realize what's happening.

    Wire transfers do hold a possibility for a one-time hit. Might start legit and get alternate passport. $250k if you know where to go.

    That should give you some ideas.
  2. If you happen to work for a large corporation (medical claims hold some good trading opportunities), create a vendor account and cut yourselves some checks. They'll mail them right to you. If you're smart and confident, set up a business account at your local bank. Make sure to pay your taxes so you'll want lots of "expenses".

    I think you can figure it out from there.
  3. lsat step:wire the money to my account.
  4. Yes, because you want to pay $250k to a "sugar diversification" fund to acquire citizenship in a country where the local gigolo carries out lynchings^Whangings of negro murderers whilst under the influence of rum. No thanks, I'll pass on that. Additionally, it is rather obvious that you have "bought" your passport.

    "[The executioner] admits that he was hired because he has family ties to a senior prison official, performed his first execution after a five-minute 'lesson' from an officer, and had no idea what would happen until his victim fell.

    Small wonder, for he usually makes his living by massaging British female tourists on the beaches of this supposedly idyllic volcanic outcrop (and bedding them where possible, he told me with a gap-toothed grin).

    He claims he volunteered for the job of St Kitts official hangman - a role that has been vacant for ten years since the last execution was carried out here - because he believes passionately in 'an eye for an eye'.

    However, as he charges just £30 for providing his sensual rub-downs and the government offered him a fee of £1,800 to dispatch Laplace, perhaps that was not the only reason why this roving gigolo was so keen to make a temporary career switch."

    'The guards put me in a room and gave me a tot of whisky and nice food, and I slept sound. There are eight more guys on Death Row, and when they want me to hang the next one I'll be more than ready to oblige.'