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Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town

McGovern Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 2:38 PM
carltoncollins, I thought the same thing. This bank had one teller with a long line. Want to bet there were at least several bank officers sitting at desks in the same bank? In a well-run, customer-oriented bank, an official should jump at this chance to show the customers they are wanted.
talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 3:07 PM
carlton amd mcgovern, What part of small town did you not understand? When you get away from the 'city', things slow down and people begin to interact with their neighbors more friendly, and less impatiently. Yes, even Christians are human and react as Adams did. Chill amd be thankful for life while you still have it.
McGovern Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 4:04 PM
You misunderstood my comment.

I was in no way critical of Adams.

However, 15 customers in a bank line with one teller shows the bank needed to do some customer relations upgrades. There's no reason a bank officer, even in a small-town bank, can't come out from behind the desk and help serve customers at a time like that.

By the way, I'll bet the town in which I grew up is smaller than yours.

One afternoon I stopped by the bank to make a few deposits. I was in a rush and needed to get in and out as soon as possible. I had places to go and things I had to do. I picked the worst possible time of day and the worst day of the week to do my banking. But I had been out of town and needed to catch up on errands before the weekend began.

There was only one teller working and the line was about fifteen people deep. After waiting patiently, I got close to the front of...

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