Bank to Customers--Please Go To Hell

Bank to Customers—Please Go to Hell

 

By Elton Camp



I can remember a better time way back when

Banks gave toasters if an account you’d begin



To get your deposit they were happy as can be

And, of course, your checking account was free



And if you were willing open a saving account

Bank would pay interest—a generous amount



Tellers were glad to see you and called by name

That’s gone and never will again be the same



Nothing at a bank anymore is given out free

Even to talk to a teller there may be a fee



Interest on savings accounts has dropped low

Some are now paying just barely above zero



If, “I’ll move my money elsewhere” you say

Response is, “Fine we don’t want it anyway.”



Big banks are the worst just as experts say

So with community banks or S&L I’ll stay



Compass, Regions, Wells Fargo I here tell

For my part, it’s YOU who can go to hell




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How times have changed.
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