- What would happen if the networks that run our credit and debit cards suddenly went down?
- A scenario where a cyber attack wipes out all of your financial accounts isn’t too far-fetched.
- Bill Bonner tells you why a collapse in the American financial system is coming, and what you can do about it.
There’s no denying that today’s society is going more and more digital every day – especially when it comes to our money. In fact, many people don’t even carry cash any more, or if they do, they only have less than $20. But have you ever thought about what would happen if the networks that handle our money suddenly collapsed? What if you couldn’t use a credit or debit card at any store, and couldn’t get money from an ATM? You might have enough cash on you to buy a meal or two until you can get to the bank.
But what would happen if the bank’s digital networks went down, and all of your accounts and information were lost? Imagine immediately losing every bit of money you have in a cyber attack. Unfortunately, while this scenario may sound ridiculous, it’s not that strange. That’s why Bill Bonner is trying to spread his message of preparation as far as he can. In his monthly newsletter, he tell you what you can do to prepare for the oncoming collapse.
A 12 month subscription to “The Bill Bonner Letter” for just $39. When you subscribe, you also get digital copies of Bill’s reports on the current state of the United States credit system (and the trouble it’s in): including The Great American Credit Collapse,The Crisis Money Guide: The Money You Need to Have in Times of Crisis, How to Get Your Own Bolthole (which is a place a person can escape or hide) on the Cheap, The Best Business in the Worst of Times, The Smartest Move You Can Make in the Age of Dying Credit, and Bill’s book, Hormegeddon
To contact Bill Bonner:
- (410) 783-8499, P.O. Box 1936, Baltimore, MD 21203