I'm just going to leave this here....
Comment if you wish
The entirety of financial monitoring is a 4th amendment issue, and a disability that is a physical and mental impairment that substantially limits the major life activities of every person using the US economy in any way. Communication, caring for one’s self, interacting with others, working, and more are substantially limited by the “guilty until proven innocent” combined with the secrecy that banks are using against the populace who are afflicted by this disability.
While the FEDGOV is not subject to the ADA, they are subject to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and they can’t discriminate on the basis of disability. Surely that would mean they can’t set up a disability - a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
The BANKS, on the other hand, ARE subject to the ADA, and by implementing this disability, even though they will blame it on “law”, they are in liability for perpetuating this disability and causing the impairment to attach to the average person.
Included in this package are the use of coercion, intimidation, threats, and interference with ADA rights (42 USC §12203(b)) - The ADA requires effective communication, and banks are woefully incompetent at communicating.
The tyranny of financial micromanagement by FEDGOV and the BANKS has an Achilles heel.
P.D., JAY V SHORE