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The Customer Who…Doesn’t Read the Cheque July 21, 2006

Posted by Teller in Customer Who...Series.

You would be amazed at the number of people who walk into our branch wanting to cash cheques that don’t have their names on them.

You would be amazed at the number of tellers who cash such cheques without realizing there’s an important element they haven’t verified.

I am no longer amazed at the number of tellers who get away with such unprofessional behavior. At least that’s what I keep repeating to myself.



1. Don Veto - July 21, 2006

Can’t you cash a cheque if the original beneficiary signed it on the back? I thought that ok?

Teller replies, Not if there isn’t a name on the front of the cheque to start off with.  

2. Financy - July 21, 2006

yesterday a customer came to me , who works with a Saudi institute .
and the date on the cheque was in Arabic Date ( Hijry ) .
6ab3an i didnt know which day we were in Arabic date nor Which year . i asked my manager , he told me to tell him ” The hijry date bil s3oodeyah 7abeeby mo hneeh , go rewrite the cheque ”


Teller replies, Financy that’s a new one! Funny!  

3. terry - October 17, 2007

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