posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:45 PM
I deal with a provincially run bank here in Canada. The teller I spoke with, over the holiday season, asked me if I was set up to do online banking,
to which I replied "Yes and Why?". She answered by saying that beginning in the new year of 2011, it will be mandatory for all it's clientele to be
registered and required to do online banking. She also shared that alot of seniors were not very happy with the new policy.
My question to my fellow ATSers is "Have any of you heard the same things from your banking institutions?". I personally like the idea but I would
like to hear what others have to say. Yes, the personability of dealing with a teller is nice, but the convenience of online banking outways the
The only time I want direct human interaction (not number prompted preprogrammed voice messages) is when I need attention regarding problems with my
account. I feel for the people of less computer literacy skills. It's not an easy transition for some. Will they just have to suck it up and learn?
Probably... But maybe the bank should wait on one more generation before implementing these new policies, or at least until the demographic of teller
users compared to online users is less than 1%. Agreed?
Mandatory online banking will put everyone legit on the grid. Just one more step towards a cashless society. What will all the potheads pay for their
weed with then? And THAT, my friends, is the REAL reason why alot of people rise against the NWO. They are either fighting for legalization of
majayjay, or they are against a cashless, microchipped society. Give them legalization, and I guarantee they will be more open to the idea. Then,
the only people that would fight the system will be criminals and drug cartel that are the filth of our society anyway... And really, who wants these
criminals on the grid. Either they straighten up and be on board or be deemed an outcast for the rest of their days.