Friday, July 29, 2005

Further Adventures in Banking

Go Kroz! Banks are fun...
(this was supposed to be just a comment on kroz's entry but it turned into a rant of its own...)

One time they accidentally deposited $25,000 into my account. When they realized their mistake they decided the proper action to take regarding this would be to freeze my account. I had the pleasure of finding this all out on my own by being told my credit isn't worth the plastic its printed on while trying to pay for dinner at a restaurant.

When I called to freak out complain they told me what the scam deal was and said they would fix it by the next day business day, which would be tomorrow. The next day I checked my account balance and it was now at -$25,000. I drive myself down to the bank in a blindly fast rage induced calm manner to kill them all register my new complaint and I find that they were so sadistic enthusiastic about getting that $25,000 out of my account, that they decided to take it twice just to be a pack of bastards safe.

Also my accounts were frozen again because apparently a withdrawl of $50,000 in one day constitutes unusual activity for my account. So it was automatically disabled for "my protection". Again they promised to have everything fixed up by the next business day. I kindly point out to them that tomorrow is Saturday and as I keep all of my money in my bank account I have no way of purchasing food or gasoline for 3 days. (not including the day and a half that had already passed by).

They finally start to show signs of realizing that I am no longer a completely satisfied customer and think that maybe they should do something to appease me. So they do so in the form of a guilt trip by shuttling a girl out from the back who looks barely out of highshool and underfed. They inform me that the original error was her fault so she is going to personally cover my expenses for the weekend out of her own wallet and how much do I think I am going to need? As my need for food only slightly outweighs my uncomfortable weakness towards crying girls I asked for a piddly $30 to keep me from starving and being stuck at home with no gas in the car.

Needless to say a week later I was no longer a member of that bank. (and yet I said it anyways..)

Happy Banking everyone,
Rael

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