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rabidflash says



Just saw on tv that the problem is solved. Hope you’ll be ok with your money. Tell us what is the real situation in your country.
Long term many people will loose their properties because they will not be able to pay the loans (including myself)!
I’m pretty sure that right there is the problem. People blame banks but they are not the only responsible, why did people ask for loans in the first place? What makes you think that if you cannot pay for something now you will be able to pay for it in the near future?

Agreed. I know a lot of people who took home loans that last for 20-30 years. Effectively, you’re supposed to pay money to the bank every month for the rest of your life. I can’t even imagine what happens if they lose their jobs or the property itself lost the value. Most of these people don’t even have a back up plan for such situations.

I don’t understand how people can be so bold. I, for one can never take such a move.

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webTypo says

thinking about the future, since you’re an EU citizen you can open bank account in any EU country and manage part of your money via that account, have it as a safety cushion.

And even if they block access to all ATM, as a last resort you can leave the country and use your other banks money without a problem. Just have some cash at home that allows you to travel to the nearest country, in your case Turkey or Greece.

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VF says

Agreed. I know a lot of people who took home loans that last for 20-30 years. Effectively, you’re supposed to pay money to the bank every month for the rest of your life. I can’t even imagine what happens if they lose their jobs or the property itself lost the value. Most of these people don’t even have a back up plan for such situations.

I don’t understand how people can be so bold. I, for one can never take such a move.

Usually property loans are good for regular / consistent salaried people (example, govt employees). They know they are committed for 20-30 years for a job and so benefit from that “consistency”.

For self employed ones, committing for a 20-30 years loan is a overkill of peace of mind (whatever may be the benefit they gain today). Note that the bold decision makers are prone to severely interfere their family members / surroundings when a slight symptom of crisis appears.

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dekurvajo says

im just wondering if there is still people who still denying the fact of collapse, which is already started years ago. There is nothing about temporary crisis. This is definite.

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CreaFx says

I’m so sorry from Turkey! It effects works here, too. Greece is the same. I think, my country is on the way.

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Stylius says

im just wondering if there is still people who still denying the fact of collapse, which is already started years ago. There is nothing about temporary crisis. This is definite.

I hadn’t recognized your flag so I made a brief research about Tuvalu and I must say the your country looks amazing. I suppose your country is not that affected by the crisis, is it?

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im just wondering if there is still people who still denying the fact of collapse, which is already started years ago. There is nothing about temporary crisis. This is definite.
I hadn’t recognized your flag so I made a brief research about Tuvalu and I must say the your country looks amazing. I suppose your country is not that affected by the crisis, is it?

@Stylius: The Tuvaluan flag is just a yuck. But they are affected by the crisis a lot. Moreover, Tuvalu is sinking because of the sea level is rising. I have read a lot about Tuvalu and other small islands like Nauru. I always wanted to go there because i wanted to see and study (maybe live) how a normal society lives without those mass of bullshit what we already got here. But i was in the Philippines for a year, which is totally different. Now im in an another Asian country. But one day…

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LCweb says

Knowing the italian situation and seeing what Cyprus is passing … I’m quite frightened

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Stylius says



im just wondering if there is still people who still denying the fact of collapse, which is already started years ago. There is nothing about temporary crisis. This is definite.
I hadn’t recognized your flag so I made a brief research about Tuvalu and I must say the your country looks amazing. I suppose your country is not that affected by the crisis, is it?
@Stylius: The Tuvaluan flag is just a yuck. But they are affected by the crisis a lot. Moreover, Tuvalu is sinking because of the sea level is rising. I have read a lot about Tuvalu and other small islands like Nauru. I always wanted to go there because i wanted to see and study (maybe live) how a normal society lives without those mass of bullshit what we already got here. But i was in the Philippines for a year, which is totally different. Now im in an another Asian country. But one day…

I wonder how can they be affected.

I seriously made a 4 -5 hour research about Tuvalu just because your flag. :|

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rahulbist says

when euro was introduced I thought it is a beautiful concept. Now, I think I was terribly wrong :(

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