Entry Submitted by Logan B at 11:34 AM ET on July 9, 2022
Every debit machine and ATM went down in Canada. No one could make debit card or credit card payments. ATMs could not give out cash so there was a run on the banks that quickly ran out of cash. Rogers is the company that runs all of this and many customers did not have cable or internet service.
Oddly it seems that Rogers was the only one affected by as yet no explanation of what caused the outage. Was this a targeted shift to the QFS event or just one of those things? It seems to precise. Internet providers are interconnected in order to provide service nationwide yet no other provider was affected.
People have woke up in one respect as a result to the fact that in an instant they can be completely helpless to getting to their money. Many are going to make an effort now to always have some cash on hand.
Speaking of cash. If it is true that the USD can no longer be printed it may not be a bad idea for those with extra money in the bank to start getting it out. I think it is only a matter of time before the DS starts taking it when their funds run out. Don’t fall for this you have to buy precious metals stuff. This is just a marketing ploy to sell precious metals. It was said long ago that when the QFS is activated with gold credits physical gold will lose a lot of its value. USD will be fairly exchanged for USN.
We’ll see what happens now I guess.
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