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Today was spent making funeral arrangements for my father.
I put the DAILY-PROTEST.com sign in the rear window of the car and we drove 80 miles in Los Angeles traffic going to our appointments for the day, most of the driveway was freeway driving. A bunch of it in stop and go freeway traffic. (for safety reasons I am not advocating anyone else do this).
It appears DAILY-PROTEST.com picked up a few Southern California hits as a result! I drive extra carefully because the Daily-Protest sign does take up space in the back window so I am not advocating anyone else do this. I take many more quick glances out of both side view mirrors to make up for having less viewing area in the back and this safety technique is not something I can easily teach to others.
If you want to help reverse Draconian Credit Card decisions made by Chase Bank boardroom numbskulls who have no faith in the american people and are instead trying to capture as much of our wealth as soon as possible, rather than free it up, then join my protest, it's easy.
Just make signs with the words DAILY-PROTEST.com and put them somewhere where others will see them. Just make sure your signs won't fall on somebody or into traffic. Your signs should not have sharp edges nor should they distract people who are driving or otherwise moving, or obsruct other people's view. Make the letters nice and thick so they are more visible. Hand made or designed on a computer, either is fine. Perhaps you can leave them on a bulletin board where you work, or on a counter-top. If you own your own business, it would be amazing if you could put a Daily-Protest.com sign in your store window.
If dozens of people put these signs up, this site would probably gain 50 hits a day, or more, and that's 50 more people a day we can educate about Chase Bank and their racketeering ways. I did not come up with the phrase racketeering. I told a doctor what I was doing and why, and they used the term "racketeering" to describe Chase's tactics, and I agree. Changing terms on an existing account and not allowing the customer the opportunity to say "I opt out" is racketeering in my opinion.
Chase Bank, soon to be known as Change Bank (as in the bank that changes terms, leaving their customers with only the change in their pocket) if they don't reverse what they have already started.
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