WHERE DO THE BANKING PUBLIC GO FOR REDRESSAL PARTICULARLY WHEN BANKS AFTER BANKS REPEAT THIS :
Should the Banking public join together and demand for this ?
ENOUGH OF BANKS DOING KYC ( KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER ) !I
ITS TIME FOR CUSTOMERS TO DO KYB ( KNOW YOUR BANK ) !!
I have put this up purely in the interest of the Banking Public to know the place where they deposit their earnings , Savings .
Kindly let me not be mistaken. more
Arbitrary loan sanctioning on their own or through any other means to be punished through severe punishment including attachment of personal properties of the decison maker so that the public money is safeguarded. Justice need to come fast and not on snail pace so that guilty is taking advantage of time and delay in the process. more
Political interference in Sanctioning Loan to Big people must be totally stopped. more
Those of you who have chosen the banks have also chosen the consequences. It is highly fashionable to choose private sector banks. Banking is a business and business can either create profits or incur losses. The only thing that can be said about bank investments is that they are safer with easier access than investments on stock exchanges. I am 70 years old and have never lost money through banks. I don't open accounts in private banks or co-operative banks in the lure of fancier service (misnomer) or lure of 0.5% additional interest. more
RBI should publish/Advertise Health of all Banks on quarterly basis as the Company's results are published on basis of different Audit reports. more
What has this to do with the subject of KYB ?
Mr. Jayakumar, on a serious note, it will be difficult for the common man to know his bank. His impression will depend on the service he gets. What will he know of the games of the top people played by the top people for the top people ? more
Sir , at least the Banks lending and the recovery pattern . S.B.a/c is okBut many have deposited in F.D.'s .
Now as the shares and Mutual Funds seem to be nose diving and raising it will be dfficult for the investor to be on his toes always . more