Why has America’s richest senator pulled out over $1 million from the bank?
According to public filings, Virginia Senator Mark Warner has now removed between $1.5 million and $6 million from the U.S. banking system.
But he’s not the only one. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance, has also pulled over $50,000 of his own money out of the U.S. financial system.
All told, 54 government officials have moved an estimated $10,103,501.50 into a single “off-the-financial-grid” safe haven.
Yet, not a single media outlet has reported these withdrawals to the American public.
In fact, Matt Cartwright, representative for Pennsylvania’s 17th district, was seen recently on CNN…
He said he was “optimistic” about America’s financial future… saying, “now is not the time to get scared.”
But government records show he too has discreetly pulled out close to $50,000 from U.S. banks… and put it in the same safe haven we’ve been referencing.
And what may be even more troubling about this development is… it’s not just congressmen.
From America’s most respected and connected individuals, like…
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who reportedly pulled over $30,000 of his personal money from the U.S. banking system… and stashed it in this same hiding spot.
…down to everyday folks like Kyle Jackson, a 43-year-old factory worker who has been shifting $7,000 of his savings every month into this safe haven.
Now, why are they pulling money out of the banking system? While one could speculate… and even ponder if a system-wide collapse is on the way… our research has unearthed that it may be a function of this special hiding place they’re moving their money to.
In fact, in this location, they:
- Get paid between 30 and 50 times what they’d make in banks…
- With 4-5% returns (guaranteed, in some cases)…
- And they don’t have to declare these profits on their U.S. tax returns.
It’s a safe haven so powerful, it saved thousands of Americans—rich and not rich—from devastation during the Great Depression (including business mogul J.C. Penney).
We’ll reveal details of this secret in this special report, a result of more than 3 months’ research.
We’ll also reveal how this financial exodus is part of an extremely large ($12.8 trillion) transfer of wealth taking place in the U.S—yet, most Americans have sadly been kept in the dark.
As I’ll explain shortly, 44 Fortune 1000 corporations, 50 U.S. banks, and the Federal Reserve are involved…
Now, more than ever, you need the inside story on why connected government officials and insiders have been pulling money out of the U.S. financial system and stashing it in the same safe haven—a financial vehicle one economist called “The Best-Kept Secret in the Financial World.”
We call it the “Invisible Account,” because government auditors literally cannot see it.
It doesn’t look like a savings account to their computers.
And it doesn’t look like a retirement account either.
Though it effectively allows you to do both—to save money and retire—better than anything we’ve ever come across.
If you’ve never heard of this idea before, I’m not surprised.
- All of the states (under Regulation 570, section 4.B) restrict advertising of this account. As a result, we estimate that less than 1% of Americans know it even exists .
Fortunately, through our research, we came across a few of these folks…
Like Ralph Wilson in Dearborn, Michigan, who used this account to go “off the grid” and generate thousands of dollars for his church in the process.
“We were blessed,” he said.
Dr. James Herbert, a dentist in Baltimore, used it to pay for his RV and home renovations.
Rachel Frampton, a single mother and former dance instructor from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has already generated enough “invisible” money to buy a blue Honda Accord and fund a 9-day vacation to Ireland.
“Something about it just felt like the ‘missing piece’ of the financial picture that no one had ever told me,” she said.
And Kyle Jackson, the factory worker from Texas I mentioned earlier, used this account to sock away an extra $7,000 per month.
Now, because this tax-free money will grow every single year, Kyle estimates he and his wife Karen will have $3 million set aside for retirement at 65… and will be able to collect six figures per year in income.
These folks aren’t wealthy elite, or well-connected. These are normal, middle-class Americans who were financially damaged by the economic collapse of 2008… But were lucky or smart enough to find a way to recover and move forward, building their wealth quickly and safely by modeling what the rich have done for years.
What they are doing is not complicated, and it’s not risky. In fact, it may be the least-risky strategy for acquiring wealth we’ve ever seen.