sexyactionnick saidIt's not hate so much as me pointing out you're being oversensitive. And now, especially oversensitive.
Shit happens. People make mistakes. You're one of hundreds, if not thousands of customers that teller sees a week. Every person requires the same rote, mindless task, the same fake smile, the same fake concern when the tiniest thing happens to throw someone for a loop.
I remember what it was like to work in customer service. I remember legions of bitchy, entitled people demanding perfection (for their presumably free checking accounts). I can tell you exactly what the teller was thinking at the time.
Wrestlervic: "Bitch bitch bitch!"
Teller: "I'll fix that right away for you, sir."
Wrestlervic: "Bitchity bitch honk!"
Teller's thoughts: "I made a mistake, I'm fixing it. Shut the hell up, you entitled asshole. Fucking middle-aged white men, thinking the world owes them something."
Wow, that's completely not what happened. Let me show what happened so you can feel pretty stupid about your post here.
Teller: How are you today?
Me: I'm doing fine, about you? Glad the heat has finally let up.
Teller: I know
Me: Could you please print out my balance as well?
Teller: (Sending back receipt) Sorry for the wait.
Me: No problem
Me, looking at receipt, seeing 4 numbers on the receipt that are not on my bank account.
Me: It looks like you deposited the check into someone else's acccount. Here's the receipt slip.
Teller: (looks confused. Picks up slip).
Teller: I don't know why when I scan your slip this other account keeps coming up.
(teller looks totally confused, like this never happened before)
Me: Would you be able to get your manager over to help? It's important that the check goes into my account.
(Manager comes over, helps confused teller, tells her to enter the number on the check rather than scan it.)
Teller: I'm sorry about that, it scanned up as the other account. Here's your new receipt.
Me: (I check receipt) OK, so it's in there for sure, yes?
Me: OK, thank you.