whit wrote:Gamma wrote:This thread is entertaining. I work as security in a Bank of America branch and one time during lunch, I overheard a personal banker telling a teller how she refuses to use her reward credit cards because she would always overspend money that she don't have. She prefers to use cash to know exactly how much she has. About a week later, she tries to get me to sign up for the cash rewards card and I basically told her the same thing she told the teller (obviously I don't use cash) and she went on to tell me it's easy to keep track of spending by going online. I wanted to tell her the same thing but I figured she'd say anything to try to reach her quota.
Bankers on that level is basically a used sales car monkey as in a monkey can do their jobs
Unless they're bringing value into the conversation
But I don't blame them, I blame the folks up top breathing down on the boss of her boss.
however, Bank of America forgets that them having the largest footprint of branches allowed them to have a lio share of retail accounts that depend on having the ability to send their workers down the street to make deposit and do change orders.
They don't need to churn out so much instant products as they do building and retaining their current relations
That's a good comparison lol