January 08, 2009

Things that are stupid #196

You have to give your bank a 34-digit password before they’ll let you take out any of your money.

When they phone you wanting money, they don’t offer any form of proof that they are indeed your bank, and not from Fonejacker.

Free pigeon, anyone?.

P.S. They also wanted an e-mail address off me. Huh? Aren’t you told never to expect an e-mail from your bank? So that’d just be for spam then!?

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  1. HSBC, on a scale of 1 to Fail, are Fail+.

    09 Jan 2009, 11:15

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