Indian banks

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My offering of my life in text got me two things: ONE: a call from a classmate TWO: my name mentioned in the following solicitation for more life stories. As a recreational writer I detected a problem in the Joe-Sam-Bob plan, and at this moment I’m writing my way around it: PROBLEM: can’t do a life-to-date for each request SOLUTION: write about now. Today I left angry from Bank of Baroda on Park Avenue and 32nd in Manhattan’s NYC’s Murray Hill. I regret a conscience decision I made a week ago when I determined an uncooperative banker was no less cooperative from the banker I’d get at Bank of India. My latest company revenue might allow me to use State Bank of India or ICICI, but I prefer to wait to show this new revenue is established and not a one off, which leaves me with two NYC Indian banks, and I chose to stay with Raman at Baroda. I sat with my wife (only for support, she’s on an extended leave from Bloomingdale’s) and I pushed Ramen about why he did not start a file on me and why he requested documents from me a second time. In time it escalated to Raman wanting me not to waste my time and his. He treated me like I was wasting his time from my first visit, which is why I applied some marital leverage to get the company of my wife, but it was still not enough. Hana and I walked through GCT after a CVS coconut water and CVS San Pellegrino at one of the many idle ticket booths of the terminal’s largest open space, and entered Bank of India to meet with their business banker. Dear kind middle-age men of Cleveland Ignatius ‘82: I’ve left this detail to the end with the hope of surprising more than zero readers: business checking account; not a loan; business checking account. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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