Romanian ATMs Baffle Customers

One street in the city of Timisoara, Romania, has two automatic teller machines that are all but unusable. One is in a wall six feet off the ground, requiring customers to bring their own step stools in order to use it. The other, just across the street, is so low that customers must kneel on the sidewalk to use it. A consumer group representative said,
"The high one was supposed to have a staircase leading to it but the bank forgot to get planning permission. And the bank with the low ATM say it had to go there because they are in a listed building and the only
access point was a basement window.

"These are just excuses for treating their customers without respect," said one.

The oddities may be blamed on bureaucracy and architecture, but it boils down to bad planning on the part of the banks. Link -via Arbroath

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