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Banks Union appeals to Greeks to return their money to banks

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Posted by keeptalkinggreece in Economy

President of Greek Banks Association Louka Katseli appealed at the citiznes to return their money to the banks. “Banks are absolutely trustworthy,” Katseli told Mega TV as guaranteed by the ECB and the Bank Association, but they would have been even more powerful if 40 billion euros had not been withdrawn in the last months.

Katseli, a former PASOK Minister, appealed to citizens to return their deposits  to the banks “now that the banks are open” after a three-week holiday and capital controls.

“Let’s all help our economy,” Katseli urged Greeks and added “If you take your money out of your chests and houses – which are not safe in any case – and deposit at banks, this will enhance liquidity.”

“Τhere will be no need to “haircut” deposits in the future if we all act responsibly,” she added -cheerfully I suppose.

Katseli’s appeal triggered laughter among Greeks and one stressed with hint to capital controls “Oh yes! I will bring my money back to the bank and get it back 60 by 60 euro.”

Another one noted “Ah sure! Banks will never see my money again, I prefer to buy tones of peanuts with it.”

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http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2015/07/20/banks-union-appeals-to-greeks-to-return-their-money-to-banks/

This tells us how stupid the elite think we are as people at large. :chuckle:  Yes, everyone rush down and give them your money again after you rescued it from them once already.

Edited by Cinnamon

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