Once again, dim-witted staff at a major corporation are causing embarrassment by discussing their shortcomings in an open group on facebook.
Staff at Halifax and Bank of Scotland have been spotted making light-hearted remarks about regularly “overlooking” sums of up to ?1,000 from their tills.
Loudmouth Halifax slacker Dee Jones reveals, “the most I was short when i was a cashier was ?1000, couldn’t find it bloody anywhere. I swear that they promoted me just to get me off the counter and stop me getting errors.”
The group called “Halifax Plc / Bank of Scotland” (found here - http://hs.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2268388737) was set up by Jamie Isaacson who works at Halifax “for all those poor souls who work at Halifax or at the Bank of Scotland and wish to bitch, moan, or sing the companies praises.”
Unfortunately for the happy-go-lucky banker, he might have overlooked the obvious implications that can follow disruptive comments posted on the internet, such as lawsuits.
In one section of the site which discusses the well-known Halifax TV advert singer Howard, creator Jamie Isaacson posts, “you ever felt compelled to apologise profoundly for those annoying fucking adverts including the up himself howard and shrek from sheffield?”
In response, Clare Essy Lovell admits, “After having seen Howard followed through Birmingham Airport by lads shouting ‘Give us a song then, twat!’ You couldn’t pay me to appear in one, no matter what incentives are involved.”