Bank manager calls bankrupt customer a "knob" on voicemail


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#2

No word on whether the customer was, in fact, a knob.


#3

In other news, at one time or another most customers are knobs…


#4

I quite agree. The fact that he’s bankrupt seems almost irrelevant: the catalyst for the call but, surely, not in any way connected with how much of a knob this man is or isn’t.


#5

I agree. We need proofs.


#6

I’m surprised that no one seems to be interested in exactly what kind of a knob this individual is alleged to be.

A volume knob? A doorknob? Some generic control knob? Or is he, in fact, just a dick?

Inquiring minds want to know.


#7

Maybe it only takes one to know one and the bank manager is an expert.


#8

It’s a knob-end he’s referring to.


#9

Anyone who say “the customer is always right”, has never worked in retail.


#10

Would someone kindly translate “job” into American?


#11

He’s with the right bank then. NatWest are complete fucking knobs.


#12

“I do believe I will take my business elsewhere!”


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#14

To me the 2 parties in questions are both knobs!


#15

It’s refreshing to hear of a bank being mean to someone at such a tiny, normal scale. Normally this would end with ‘and then they repossessed his house on accident.’


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