Normally I go to the Normandy Branch in Miami Beach, but sometimes I go to the North Miami branch, there the workers are always rude, every time over many years. I tolerated that. The last time I went there I almost always get the same rude teller, she has managed to keep that job forever, while being rude. I have seen her rude to other people, however this morning I went there again.
I always go well dressed and today I wore my favourite sun glasses.
I was attempting to deposit a check to the account at the bank where I keep money.
The rude teller stuck a small sign in my face which said I must remove my sunglasses for security reasons, they know me there having gone there so many times, there is an armed man sitting in plain view of the computer screen where he is able to view the transactions of clients.
I could see the guard observing the transactions, from his convenient vantage point.
I refused to remove my sunglasses, the teller picked up the phone immediately, and another worker came over, bluntly informing me, if I “needed service I have to remove my sunglasses” I simply walked out of the bank never to return again for the rest of this life.
I so wanted to spit, but I held my composure. I hate being unkind.
Now I close that account.
I think it is important to ask BOA, if slapping their clients in their faces worked?
Sucky bank you are.
13490 NW 7th Ave, North Miami, FL 33168 branch address.
Popular, Inc., doing business as Banco Popular in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and as Popular Community Bank in the United States, is a financial services conglomerate that has been operating in Puerto Rico for almost 120 years and in the United States for over 52 years. In recent years, it has expanded into other areas of the Caribbean and Central America. The BPPR in the logo stands for Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, where the bank has its major historical footprint.
Popular, Inc. is the parent company of Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Banco Popular North America, E-Loan, and several other companies.
The headquarters of Banco Popular Puerto Rico are located in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.
The Bank is sorta forgetting who it works for, the bank thinks it can slap all of the clients in the face and survive, again ask Bank of America how that worked?
Granted that this particular bank is in a rough part of the city but treating clients with contempt on a continual basis will never wash in the long haul.