…to withdraw cash, it was a different kind of experience. Yes, I stood for an hour but that one hour just flew by as I stood to watch a myriad of emotions and amazing characters of our people out there.
– The biggest issue was with senior citizens standing in the queue. While many ppl were ok in allowing the senior citizens to skip the queue, there were ppl who wanted them to stand with everyone.
– The same for new mothers, with tiny babies accompanying them to the bank who came to withdraw cash. A little consideration for new mothers and senior citizens would have expressed the humanitarian value !
– People skipped the queue stating other reasons like locker, FD renewal and other stuff. Once inside, they just went to the teller counter.
– Its amazing how people listen to a Security guard shouting at them but they don’t have any self discipline to follow a queue.
– Two ladies behind me and one in front were having a guessing game of my age…ha ha…total fun time, I say!
– Also there was a heavy discussion on the use of hair dyes with total strangers and we didn’t even feel like we were strangers…I loved it 😉
– And one more lady started with her tupperware marketing with me.
– While the men were fretting and fuming over time spent standing in the queue, the women were more smiling, talking, making new friends and exchanged nos too.
– Also if people stop panicking things will be a lot better. There are vegetable and fruit vendors who accept card, supermarkets accept card payments – so for people with cards for their sb accounts its not such a bad thing.
– The most funniest of all – two working girls were constantly giggling at others for a long time. And when they neared the teller, they didn’t even knew their own mobile nos to write on the back of the challan. Sigh…I wish they learn to do things and stop laughing at others.
So, did you guys go to your bank to withdraw money? How was your experience?