Hi wonderful shoppers! I signed up for a bank shop and I'm supposed to ask about a checking account, but of course with Covid, the new policy is to make an appointment to speak to a banker, and then not actually open an account. Do you all have any good excuses as to why I needed to make an appointment and visit the bank as opposed to just looking at the website for the information?
1. Learning disability. You can't process the info by just reading it, someone needs to explain it to you.
2. You are old fashioned and just prefer to do business in person.
3. Covid. You just need to get out of the house and interact with someone other than your 4 year old.
4. Financial illiteracy. You just don't understand what all those terms on the web page mean.
Are these the $15 dollar shops? They are easy. Now, they are better because you have an appointment and do not need to wait or return after scheduling an appointment during what turned out to be a first visit.
As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others. - Maya Angelou
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/31/2020 05:29PM by Shop-et-al.