Bank Teller: Thank you for coming into the bank. No one does anymore.
CP: And there are still just as few employees as there ever were.
BT: How may I help you?
CP: I should like to inquire as to the status of my payroll funds. They were to be direct deposited this morning.
BT: Do you have your account number?
CP: No. I have used other Bank of America locations before. Just look me up.
BT: But this is Chase.
CP: Aren't you all connected?
BT: No. No more than Walgreen's and Rite Aid share a computer.
CP: Oh. Well is my deposit here?
BT: I can't seem to locate it.
CP: What? They said it would be here. Can you check my friend's account? They sent our payroll at the same time.
BT: I show a deposit made today for that person, but nothing for you.
CP: What? I watched them send it. I put the direct deposit account info in myself and faxed it directly to payroll yesterday!
BT: It can take up to 2 weeks for it to get approved. Check your mailbox for a cheque.
CP: This is why I quit coming here to KeyBank.
BT: We are Chase.
CP: Can't you give me enough money to get through until my cheque arrives? I'm out. There's a great deal on Chia Pets at the local CVS and I need to stock up before they sell out.
CP, you make my day brighter. Thank you for putting into words what many of us think daily. I laugh with each post, my family thinks I am losing it as I am laughing at my laptop...ReplyDelete
I know I'm not supposed to eavesdrop at the pharmacy, but sometimes you/I can't help it. And when I hear conversations like this, I wonder, how on earth did that person get up, get dressed and leave the house on his or her own?ReplyDelete
Amazing way of presenting the thinking. Keep it up and thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete