Why do some banks treat certain customers so badly? RBC discrimination?
But they made it like, it was a scene.
Pretty much all the employees were like, is there a problem? is everything okay here and came to that teller, crowding that area. He clearly says, here is my Canadian passport, driving license. The mobile app does not work for me, I just want the money from this account to the other. I don't understand why this is hard to do?
Someone grabbed his passport and was looking for a magnifier. Took it to the backroom, came back and said do you mind if we add this on your file. He says, is that required? Do you ask everyone to put their passport on their file? They say no its just more convenient for you. He says, I'd rather not thank you. Then they went on about why not? He almost broke down and it was miserable to watch. He said it is a real passport!
I was sitting on the couch and couldn't believe what I was watching. The most viscous thing was, everyone acted like they are so upper class, all good looking gals in their 20s, done up with a smile, short skirt, full make up, low cut, think Titanic rich people, with a fake smile but you can see they just...lolol
Then my friend was done with her work and we left. Not sure what happened to that guy.
I legit felt bad for him. I should also add that the whole thing took like half an hour because my friend was in there for half an hour. They went back and forth, sometimes him standing there by himself.
For the record, I am conservative (more like right wing if you wanna call that), don't care for immigration really unless its legally done and adding value to the country. So just putting it out there in case anyone wonders if Im making this post to push left agenda. I am not. I hate Trudeau.