You wont see it in America. It has been realised (overseas)elswhere however.
As made clear.
. . . Greece's debt crisis has plunged it into five straight years of economic contraction, thrown half of its young people out of work and led to a considerable depletion of funds in the country's banks.
In the past two years, Greeks withdrew €72bn from bank accounts, leaving just €165bn behind.
Since then, withdrawals have accelerated.
Some of that money was wired abroad and some spent, but much of it was hidden in homes, either in cash or converted to gold.
The unexpected bonanza is attracting foreign crime networks, including two from the former Soviet state Georgia which police dismantled in recent months, blaming them for 300 burglaries.
One officer told Reuters news agency that he had come across a man who had €30,000 in cash and gold stolen from a storage room next to his house, and an elderly woman had her life savings of €100,000 stolen from her apartment.
A banker reported the case of a family on the island of Rhodes who recently visited their local branch, trying desperately to figure out how much their late father had withdrawn from his account before he died.
Not trusting the bank, the old man had taken out his life savings. But he hadn't told anyone where he hid it. His children were searching everywhere, tearing down walls in the house trying to find it, but with no luck.
There are no secret island redoubts in the S Pacific. Homeland Security has infiltrated all popular USA tour destinations. If you don't like it....where are you going to go?
That is beside my point. My point is---many will not have access to their own accounts once the real Bank Run begins. Test your access. Try withdrawing all your money from one of your bank accounts. They act like its their money, not yours. Time is of the essence. Devaluation coming.