A woman who lost a large sum of cash during a botched cash exchange has been left baffled by the bank’s response.
Key points:A family member found $9,000 in the safeBank says it has contacted police about the missing cash, and will be working with them to find the person who took it.
A spokesperson said they would be contacting police with information.
A family friend found $90,000 ($9,068) in the bank safe and is calling for the money to be returned.
“I think that if you lose money, it’s your own fault, and that’s why you’re losing money,” he said.
“It’s your fault for having money.
It’s your money that’s missing, and if you want it back, we’ll be contacting you.”
It was discovered the money was missing from a family member’s safe after they went to the bank to make a deposit for their son.
“The bank had been in a bit of a state of shock, not knowing how much money had been lost, and then having to go back and look at their records,” Mr McLeod said.
He said the family’s financial situation had become “very precarious” and the family had been left in debt, with Mr McLeods father owing more than $2,000.
“We’re trying to get the money back, and we’re hoping that it’s someone who is able to give us a full explanation,” he explained.
“There are people who could help us out.”
He said he did not know who was responsible for the lost cash.
“That was my mum’s money, and she’s a very responsible person, so I think that’s the first time she’s gone out of her way to try and help me,” he told ABC Radio Perth.
The family has called for the person responsible to be arrested.
“She’s a responsible person and she should be able to help,” Mr McCleod said.
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The U.S. stock market has been rocked by a massive spike in ETF trading.
Many ETFs, including Vanguard’s S&P 500 ETF (VIX), are seeing record volume as investors seek to capitalize on the rally.
The ETF markets are especially hot these days, with stocks surging in recent weeks and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hitting a record high on Monday.
Here are the top 10 ETFs that you should check out: Vanguard’s VIX ETF (NYSEARCA: VIX) The Vanguard 500 Index ETF (BZX) offers high-quality mutual funds that trade at low prices and are designed to grow as long as possible.
Vanguard’s portfolio has a low risk profile, with a high return and low expenses.
Vanguard has more than 3,000 ETFs.
S&P 500 index fund (NYSE: SPX) The S&p 500 index ETF (SPX) is a small-cap index fund that trades at low volumes and is designed to outperform the market.
P/E ratio is 1.56, meaning it’s less than 1% over the last 12 months.
This is the same as the ratio of the Dow’s S.P. 500 Index to the S.E.C.’s Dow Jones Industrials index.
Index Fund (NYSE) The VIX index fund is a diversified fund that combines diversified ETFs with short-term and long-term funds.
The index fund, which trades at a low volume, has a high dividend yield, a high index fund return, and low expense ratio.
It has a 0.86% annualized return, which is slightly higher than the S&app.
P-index fund (ETF: VAR) The ETF VAR is a fund designed for investors who want a diversification of funds.
It includes both U.K. equities and international stocks, with both low volatility and low dividend yields.
Vanguard Vanguard’s US equities index fund has a 1.5% dividend yield and 0.9% cost-of-capital ratio, while the US stock index fund boasts a 1% dividend, 0.6% cost of capital ratio, and a 1-year performance yield of 1.18%.
SPDR S&amt Bond Index Fund The SPDR Bond Index fund is an ETF designed for people who want to diversify their portfolio.
The fund trades at an attractive price-to-earnings ratio of 0.25.
This gives investors a higher yield than other ETFs at the same size.
Vanguard says the index fund earns a 3% annual dividend yield on the fund’s investments, and the fund has an expense ratio of just 1.35%.
The fund’s portfolio is managed by Vanguard’s New York office.
Vanguard Small Cap Stock Index Fund This fund is designed for long-duration investors who are looking for a stable income and exposure to a broad range of stocks.
The SPDRs Small Cap Value index fund trades for less than 0.15 per share.
It is also a small cap index, meaning that the fund can’t be traded in multiple exchanges.
Vanguard index fund also includes the Vanguard Small-Cap Growth Fund and the Vanguard MidCap Value fund.
Vanguard US Treasury Index Fund Vanguard’s Treasury index fund provides investors with a low-cost, diversified portfolio with the ability to hedge against market volatility and fluctuation.
It trades for just 0.10 per share, meaning the fund only trades once a day.
The funds’ portfolio includes the U.N. Debt Fund, the World Credit Fund, and U.M.C.L.A. Fund.
The Fund’s portfolio also includes Vanguard’s U.
P Street Funds, Vanguard’s American Growth Fund, Vanguard Total Return, and Vanguard Total International Growth Fund.
Vanguard Total Bond Index ETF The Vanguard Total bond index fund invests in large-cap stocks that are priced at a high yield.
The low-yield, short-dated fund trades in an attractive way.
The Vanguard U.Y.S., Europe, and China Bond ETF has a 3.25% annual yield and an expense-free 3-year fund return.
Vanguard ETF Vanguard’s Total International Index Fund invests in international stocks.
Its portfolio has an average annualized yield of 2.8%, a low cost of money ratio of 2%, and a high cost of equity ratio of 5.5%.
The ETFs ETF is managed in New York by the New York Federal Reserve.
Vanguard Large Cap Index FundThe Vanguard Large-Cap index fund focuses on companies that are expected to grow in the future, and its low-interest-rate, low-volatility fund is among the best.
It’s the lowest-cost index fund for investors.
Vanguard MSCI MSCA All-Country Index ETF This ETF focuses on the best companies in the world