I asked a question a couple of months ago:
The answers were unhelpful ...as I added on a comment:
"be street-smart" and similar suggestions, is in the remit of travel.stackexchange.com, and I purposefully asked the question here, and not on the travel subsite, because I hoped to get answers on how to deal with the "move money securely without having it physically on my person" side of the problem, not on the "avoid getting mugged while travelling" side of the problem
I also understand that adding more details to the question might've made it easier to be answered, but unfortunately at the time I decided to omit several details (including mentioning the country that I was going to travel to, which could've helped with providing information specific about the banking system of that country), since after all, I found it unwise to write publicly on the internet about the fact that I was going to travel with more cash than I was comfortable with, in a relatively small country (it was the UAE), or the reason why I had to travel with cash (which are basically the same reason as in this question). That travel is now in the past, and I can thus disclose that information, as well as provide my own answer re. what I ended up doing, which is still a very suboptimal solution.
I would like to add those bits of information, and hopefully that could also be used by more people that are familiar with solutions to the problem.
Unfortunately, simply adding details to an old question that already got answers is likely to not get enough attention. Not to mention that keeping the old question up would reward the badly written answers.
I made sure that the old question is archived on the internet archive, I drafted the new version of my question and... before submitting it, I tried to delete the old question.
Unfortunately, it seems it's not possible for me to delete the old question.
I could still ignore this, and submit the new question anyhow ... but I was even planning for it to have the exactly same title, and I thus expect that doing so without deleting the old question would lead to it being ignored/closed as duplicate very, very quickly.