“Bank Story from my Sister” by Gordon H – 1.4.22


Entry Submitted by Gordon H at 11:06 PM EST on January 4, 2022

The new U.S. currency is loaded in Canadian banks ATM machines. My sister on Tuesday went to a local Tier 1 bank in a small town, bank was closed due to staff shortage, many people had lined up and were angry. One man yelled out they had canceled out his old account number and he had to get a new one, she finally got to the ATM to take out a few hundred dollars and the machine spit out funny looking U.S. dollar bills, instead of the usual Canadian bills. She got charged 30 percent exchange rate. Furious she traveled to the next small town branch which was open and had a long line up. She told the teller her story, the teller apologized saying the machine shouldn’t have spit out the new U.S. bills yet, and she shouldn’t of been charged 30 percent because they are one to one with our Canadian money. She refunded her 30 percent charge and exchanged her U.S. bills. She said don’t be surprised if in the near future when you go to withdraw from the ATM that it gives you a combination of both, we will be sending out notices to our customers. MY sister knows nothing about the GCR.


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