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Re: U.S. Banks are not all that bad



In message <[email protected][199.2.22.120]> Douglas Barnes writes:
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> I must say that I've had some absolutely amazingly bad experiences
> with banks in Asia, Mexico and Central America, so I'm a skeptic
> when it comes to assuming that non-US banks are light years better.

The U.K. banks make the U.S. look awfully good....

> Although I have no direct experience of European banking, I do know that
> the European banking industry, taken as a whole, is substantially
> behind the US banking industry in automation and efficiency. Most of

Oh yes oh yes oh yes...and I've banked with Lloyds on and off 
for 12 years...
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U.Miami School of Law                                     London, England
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