posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 06:28 PM
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
Yeah good luck with that.
I tried to do this 15 years ago. I closed my checking account, closed my credit card account and sold my house (to pay off the mortgage) all with Bank
of America. I got a new mortgage for my new house with a different mortgage company and got a new credit card and a new checking account.
Sounds good right? Well, everything - except my checking account - is right back with Bank of America through a series of buy outs and things out of
my control. You cannot escape them.. they're horrible!
I closed my account with Bank of America twice for this reason and
went with a local bank this last time and plan on sticking with them.
This is why I decided I need to stay the hell away from Bank of India.
What wikipedia doesn't mention you can verify elsewhere, but
basically he stuck it out for a long time training the ppl to take
the jobs of his co-workers.
It made him so depressed to hear how his co-workers were losing
their houses, losing their marriages, and worse.
After doing this for awhile and he was so good at it he was one
of the last to go and BofA knew one green replacement from India
could not replace kevin, so they had kevin train a few to replace him.
Shortly after that he shuffled off the mortal coil.
A lot of IT ppl decided to boycott BofA that day, and I joined them.
Bank of America is Bank of India to me, and I think my financial
information is safer in the hands of ppl that US law applies too.
I also stand in solidarity with Kevin and all the others that got screwed.
Good Luck to you all !