Being both a MCB and SBM client, I usually withdraw money from both ATM’s…
Take out more than Rs200 or Rs500 and you will know the difference…
Case study : Withdrawing Rs1000….
I have to buy a tshirt costing Rs300…
@ SBM’s ATM:
1. Enter pin code
2. Go to the withdraw menu
3. Select rs1000…
The ATM will issue a total of Rs1000 in the following notes:
1 x Rs500
2 x Rs200
1 x Rs100
Same situation, now at MCB’s ATM…
1. Repeat steps done at SBM’s ATM, mentioned above (akoz Deepa pane comprend)
The following notes will be issues:
1 x Rs1000
Simply that! Damn it!
Now I will have to move around with my Rs1000 note, looking for change!
And most of the shops around will refuse to change that note, unless you buy something!
“Sorry missier, pena chanzer!”
Unfortunately, the algorithm used by MCB to generate the notes issued is indifferent whether the person withdraws Rs1000 or even Rs200!
Go and withdraw Rs200 or Rs500, you will get a single bank note in return!
Fortunately at SBM, the machine splits out the total amount into different bank notes…
I find this very inconvenient for the MCB users, and I dont know how it comes that nobody ever wrote about this?
Its not really a ‘complaint’, but rather a suggestion for a better service for the customers…
After all, Le client est roi!
Does someone ever noticed this ?
btw, am going to forward this to the persons concerned, feel free to express yourself…