WHEN you put your money in a bank account the last thing you expect is for it to be given away.
That is unless you live in Greece.
A British expat’s dispute with Cajamar screams of negligence and down right incompetence.
While it remains true that the real bad guy is crook Roy de Gannes, the bank’s inability to accept responsibility for cashing the ‘suspect’ cheques beggars belief.
After eight years trying to recoup her money surely a court ruling against the bank should be enough for Cajamar to cough up… apparently not.
Forcing the 74-year-old expat to now launch a long-winded civil court hearing is an appalling attempt to shirk responsibility and gives all good bankers a bad name!
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