A look at the most controversial bank accounts on the planet
Banks are the most contentious subject on Twitter these days.
With so many people voicing their opinion about banks, it’s hard to know exactly what’s being said.
However, we do know that, on the internet, a lot of people believe that banks are bad and should be closed down.
The latest news on banks can be found on a Twitter hashtag, #banking.
But why is it important to know the bank accounts of people who are tweeting about them?
Why do we care?
BANK ACCOUNTS Are banks the most sensitive topic on Twitter?
Banks are a topic that has become a bit of a hot topic in recent months.
We all have opinions on the topic, but it is easy to get overwhelmed.
This is why it is important to understand the views of those who are commenting.
Some people believe banks are the biggest threat to the financial system.
Many of them have an ulterior motive in pushing the banking industry to become more profitable and more efficient.
This can lead to them targeting the bank’s accounts, which they feel are the worst.
Others are concerned about the lack of transparency and accountability within the banking system.
Some worry that banks will become too big to fail and can pose a threat to our financial system if they are not regulated.
These are the opinions of many.
To give you an idea of how controversial this topic can be, just ask the following Twitter users.
@sarahkolb A lot of my followers think that @bankstar is bad.
But the reality is that bankstars accounts arent that bad.
It’s all about risk management and accountability.
@juliabryan The reality is there are a lot more banks out there than @bankstars account.
But @bankcom is really good at managing risk.
@michaelsullivan I think the real problem is @bankbank and its policies that have caused the crisis.
@grizzly_tribal @bankster they are just too big and too complex to be bailed out and theyre getting away with it because they dont want to be regulated.
@hannah_klein @bankwest @bankernst @bankseach @banksnowflare @bankstub 6.
@liz_nash I think @bankforsythe is a bad bank.
They have too much money and are too risky.
@johnkatejones @bankswitzerland Its all about banking and not the banks accounts.
@marky_davis @bankwashington Its too risky to bail out banks with risk.
We shouldnt allow them to be too big or too complex.
@kristinpresti @bankofusa It’s a shame banks can make it all about themselves and profit from the crisis 10.
@jonathangibbs @bankamerica @bankmexico 11.
@maria_schuster @banksoveragle @bankcave 12.
@todd_hays @bankprince #bankstar 13.
@richard_cunningham @bankchina 14.
@thegrizzy_grazier @bankbob 15.
@brittanybrennan @bankgazers 16.
@carlos_tierra @bankaustralia @bankasianbank 17.
@daniela_matthews @bankweaver @bank_usa 18.
@zachary_michael @bankcash 19.
@sarahshelter @bankjoe 20.
@chris_carson @bankenews @bankpond 22.
@tom_stewart @bankisrael 23.
@bill_kaufman @bankusa 24.
@ben_luban @bankinstitutions 25.
@fredd_brown @bankrussia 26.
@patrick_gurney @bankco 27.
@sharon_kimberley @bankmoney 28.
@sean_kennedy @bankwealth 29.
@mary_walsh @bankbranch 30.
@katie_shannon @bankcorporations 31.
@natalie_stowe @banknsw 32.
@alexander_caldwell @banker 33.
@wendy_cabrera @banklondon 34.
@brian_mcgowan @bankllondon 35.
@brendan_watson @bankusbritain 36.
@dan_morrell @bankzombie 37.
@sam_phelps @bankuk 38. @lu