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Message Subject Asked why I was paying cash!! WTF
Poster Handle Ralph--a house dog
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Imagine my anger and dismay when, for anyone standing there to hear, a bank teller actually asked me what I was planning to use a cash withdrawal for. It was a relatively unremarkable amount (few thousand dollars), and to add insult to injury, the bank gave me grief about not having my cash on hand in the first place.
 Quoting: Veranidae


That's happened to me too! Exactly the same thing in a bank
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1507093


I had this exact same thing. I'm not exactly wealthy full balance in the bank is usually around 5k. When I went to withdraw 2k$ and asked for cash the teller actually got the bank manager who then asked why I would need to withdraw cash, what it was for, and if a cashier check would suffice.

I then changed my request and to withdrawing my entire balance in cash and closing the account. Drove 3 minutes down the road and opend an account with a local credit union.

Get your money outta the banks now give it to the local credit unions and small banks. You might be glad you did.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5374354


Chase Bank has been doing this for several years. I still keep one account there for various reasons even though I consider that bank almost on a par with Monsanto.

The last time they asked me what I was going to do with the cash, I said that they would have every right to ask me that question if I were borrowing it from them, but since I wasn't, they didn't.

It wasn't an enormous amount but the teller still went over and talked to the manager. He just waved at me but he wasn't smiling. I got my cash and have been looking at small local banks for a new account. This link and several others give independent ratings of banks and credit unions financial stability:

[link to www.bauerfinancial.com]
 
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