Monday, December 18, 2017

Change? Again?

Change is not necessarily a good thing, especially when it comes to your overly enthusiastic besties at the bank.  Every time they implement a fun new way to update, upgrade, and simplify your accounts it ends up in a puddle where the freezer used to be.

We have been presented with an updated version of online banking which leaves me cold and trembling.  I have no idea what, or why, and I do wish they'd stop.

I can see that sooner or later we will be receiving one of those plain brown wrapper type envelopes that you always have to retrieve from the trash because...oh wait...you don't suppose...and sure enough they have sent you a new debit card.  Artfully hidden in a throwaway envelope that looks like it came from Mutual of Osaka...


5 comments:

  1. I hate new and improved. Old and just fine work for me.

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    1. Yep. Just about the time I get the last 'new and improved' figured out, they change it again.
      It's a conspiracy, I tell ya.

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  2. I wish everyone would stop improving their software. They ruin it.

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    1. Agreed. When Yahoo finally found a decent messaging platform that didn't crash or turn into chickens every five minutes, we all rejoiced.

      The email package worked a treat, as did the instant messaging.

      Then they fixed it, and now nothing works.

      There's a new fad that medical people have adopted, where you get to see your medical records, history, etc. right online. If you can make it work. It comes with a cheery bye message that reminds you at least five times in a row about your new appointment, your upcoming appointment, and then the one you just had. I no longer respond to that. Makes me feel wonderfully grumpy.

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  3. Har-rumph. You are correct.

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