Capitec Has Open A Can Of Worms
A number of South African use Capitec Bank, some have stated that it's convenient to bank with Capitec. There have been a few glitches in the past that have made it to the front page, it seems with all the technical difficulties the bank has been faced with they are able to maintain a healthy relationship with it's customers. In what was meant to be a fun question or survey on Facebook has come back to bite the bank.
On their official Facebook page, Capitec Bank decided to bring in the fun as the month of December has officially started. It's no secret that December is well welcomed in the country, this month is well loved for it's holiday season and the joy that comes with having fun. Well the bank decided to ask it's members on Facebook one particular question.
"Complete the sentence
You know it's Dezember in South Africa when ......"
A number of Facebookers who bank with the bank were not shy to give out an answer.
A Facebooker by Celiwe Magagula Vikakazi commented "when monies start disappearing from our accounts"
Hlangalezwe Given commented on the long queues
"When you look at the long queues ye Capitec bese uyajika .. and come back again tomorrow to find the very same people you left yesterday. Still on a queue."
A number of comments followed as many stated that their money will start disappearing on their account, putting blame on the incompetence of their bank of choice.
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