Comment from: debbie greenwood [Visitor]
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debbie greenwoodI have had the same trouble
25/09/12 @ 15:34
Comment from: someone [Visitor]
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someoneThis is of course, a terribly belated response to this article, but I figured I would drop my ''2 cents'' in. First off, I agree that cheque clearing does take a long time to clear, and with current technology - this should be faster. Having said that, your argument towards the staff in a bank is non-valid. They have no control over what happens past their branch, and they also couldn't give a flying elephant. I would suggest that Santander work on their atrocious queuing system primarily, as I always seem to find myself having to pay a cheque in at the main section, because some wonderful little character has decided to run away for a life of marriage and love with the biro I would normally use to write on the paying in envelope.
06/04/13 @ 01:00
Comment from: Value hunter [Member] Email
Value hunterThe three waiting days had passed, I wanted to draw on the money, but because it was a Saturday, it was deemed to be a "non banking day" so I was forced to wait until the following Monday for access.
Staff in any business are at the mercy of the business' way of doing things, but on the other hand, they are the "face" "frontline" representing the business. If a customer cannot treat them as such and voice opposition to what is clear profiteering (in this case) then where can they go to do this?
I've lost count of the times where a member of staff has agreed that the way the company they work for are operating is working against the customer they are marketing that they want to attract and keep.
Happens everywhere from supermarkets to bank staff to energy company staff, etc.
I like your comment, valid points, thanks for taking the time to post. Cheers.
07/04/13 @ 13:12
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