Since the 2008 financial crisis or crash, now being recorded as the great recession, things appear to have gone backwards a lot more quickly for a lot more people. Lines of credit have been sapped. If not that, they have been cancelled, never to be renewed again. And if the thought of applying for a new line of credit has entered your mind, think of it no further. Nine times out of ten because of your previously negative history, you will be rejected out of hand. The only alternative now left open to you is to save.
Yes, that’s right folks, the good old fashioned habit of saving for a rainy day, saving for important things you need, saving for emergencies, and even saving for luxuries. But since long before the above mentioned financial crisis, it has always been difficult for folks to save the cash. No sooner had they accumulated a hefty sum, they were tempted to break the piggy bank, quite literally so. All you needed was the proverbial hammer and there you go.
Smashed to smithereens, in a million pieces is good old piggy, never to be put together again. But try breaking this bank. Try being tempted by this new money storage bank. Think of it this way. Imagine that you were the greatest villain on earth. You could dream about it because that is the only way you would be able to break into the famous Fort Knox. Now go back to this money storage bank. Take another look at it and see how that hammer of yours flops over in half like play-play clay.
Because this here is your miniature fort Knox. Not even fate can tempt you into breaking this bank ever.