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Published: Tuesday, July 30 2013 9:30 a.m. MDT

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LindonMan
Lindon, UT

This story cracked me up, thanks for sharing!

Laurenafellowteller
North Logan, UT

I understand this story is meant to be satiric, but using the title of "stupid teller kid" and the fact that the female teller was described as having a "flirtatious smile" made it offensive. As a single, female teller I can't begin to tell you the number of times my good customer service has been wrongly mistaken for flirting. The fact that this is coming from a husband and father makes me even more uncomfortable.
Everyone makes mistakes, and even the "dumbest of creatures" can relate to the stress of starting a new job, especially at a drive up when it gets to be busy. I think the teller could have handled the situation with greater tact, but the customer could have as well. A better example could have been set for the kids in the car on both sides of this story.
I would also like to point out that in the comments policy (which I read in order to create an account specifically for this article) it states that the use of name-calling is not allowed, yet it is found in abundance in this article.

raybies
Layton, UT

Wells Fargo has Dum-Dums, and if you wait long enough for a bank rep, you get a waterbottle. :) I've been in numerous times to try to get them to iron out this or that fee and questions about their accounts...

Well.ok
Lehi, UT

As a former teller, this story made me laugh.

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