July 30, 2018
Who would have thought the Bank of America was patriotic?
I certainly wouldn’t have.
This is a heads-up for any Bank of America customer: You might be getting questions about your citizenship status and even have your accounts frozen with no warning.
KCTV5 News heard about this happening when one of our longtime photographers, Josh Collins, told us what happened to him.
He had received a mailer claiming to be sent by Bank of America that asked for personal information and citizenship information.
However, he has been a Bank of America customer for 20 years and was born a U.S. citizen, so he figured it could be a scam and that the bank would follow up if it was legitimate.
The next thing he knew, his accounts were frozen without notice.
“They only do that to people’s accounts for people trying to flee the country,” he said. “We’re not criminals. We didn’t do anything wrong.”
When he found out his card was declined and when he called Bank of America to find out why, they told him his account was frozen.
“The first question is, ‘Oh, we sent you something in the mail a few weeks ago,’” he recalled. “I said, ‘Yeah, I remember getting something that didn’t look real.’ And they’re like, ‘Oh yeah, we need to know if you’re a citizen.’ You know, I was born and raised in Kansas like Superman. I said, ‘How much more American can you get?’”
Superman was an alien.
Not a good analogy.
The bank representative told Collins he would have access to his accounts the next day,
“So, we get up in the morning,” he said. “Card doesn’t work again. So, my wife — being the patient one — calls and they said, ‘Well, your cards have been lost or stolen.’”
That was not true.
“So, at that point, we decide to go into the physical bank and it took about 15 minutes, but the first question they asked me was, ‘Are you a citizen?’” he said. “Again? ‘Yes.’ And then they wanted to know if I had dual citizenship.”
Are they cracking down on JEWS?
They eventually unfroze Collins’ accounts, but not before sending an email notifying him all of his automatic bill payment accounts were wiped out.
Collins said the bank explained that, eventually, they would be asking this of all their customers.
Sure enough, when KCTV5’s Emily Sinovic logged into her account, there was an alert to update personal information, then a big alert asking her to update her citizenship status, and then a question asking whether she is a dual citizen.
However, there was no warning about frozen accounts.
This is great news.
I don’t have a Bank of America account, but I’m going to open one. And I will be very happy to show them that I am an AMERICAN CITIZEN and have no kike Israel citizenship.
I am a PURE AMERICAN and like doing business with businesses that appreciate this fact.
I would advise all members of the Alt-Right to open accounts at this patriotic bank!