It has come to my attention that my connection between Bank of America experiencing an outage and the implementation of a new capital requirement are NOT connected. I made the assumption that customer deposits (which creates cash as an asset) were being factored into their risk weighted assets. However, this is NOT used to calculate capital requirements.
This was an act of me finding a source to confirm my prior post, without being as diligent as I have been in the past. There is no excuse for this, other than my own excitement. Obviously, I have removed the post because it contains more misinformation (and straight-up falsehoods) than anything else.
Kudos to u/Crippled-Mosquito for providing the wrinkle. I'm not able to see every comment or respond to every argument, so I'm very thankful for a sub that can keep pushing for the truth.
I'm sorry for dropping the ball, but I'll always own up to my mistakes.
For me, it's that self-scan machines are actually fully functioning 9 times out of 10 and it's usually you that is the problem. Constantly picking up and putting products back down, trying to pack and moving items around in the baggage area is obviously going to make the machines go off. Scan your item, put it down and then LEAVE IT until you have paid to start packing your items.
Edit: just wanna say thanks for all the comments, did not expect to get this many haha
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