Something like 80% of all electronic money transfers between banks and financial institutions go through a processing center that is privately owned and so secret, they will not reveal it's location. The money is nothing but ones and zeros. Billions of dollars a day. No government over site. No real accountability. <br />
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Rounding fractions of a cent or outright skimming could net them billions a year. Of course, like Wall Street and the Banks that were too big to fail, they wouldn't dream of doing anything unethical.<br />
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Cash, on the other hand, exists physically and is harder to create out of thin air like the ones and zeros in a computer. Thieves have existed since earliest times. Electronic money instead of cash has enabled thieves to leverage their crimes to historically unimaginable levels. I'd go back to cash - preferably gold and silver - in a heart beat.

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