Uncool Fact:

@HerShe (2386)
Canada
October 28, 2006 6:04pm CST
The average bank teller loses approximately $250.00 a year. Doesn't that make you wonder?
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5 responses
@J_peso (2434)
• United States
29 Oct 06
well 250$ is abt 65 cents a day .And its aminiscule compared to volume of transactions @banks:)
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
I guess..... It seems a lot to me.
• United States
29 Oct 06
Geez, that better not be my $250 a year. Where did this information come from anyway? It is kind of scary since my bank has around 15 tellers. That would be $3750 lost a year on average from just my bank. Hopefully, it doesn't all disappear from my account!
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
I got this fact from an 'Interesting Facts' blurb on my cable company postings. Don't worry about your account, I'm sure the bank is covered by insurance.
@bhbirdie6 (1771)
• United States
29 Oct 06
I'm not really worried about it because banks make thousands of dollars in interest every day... I'm sure they can cover any slight losses made by bank tellers.
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
I think they are covered by insurance, I'm sure
@sanell (2114)
• United States
28 Oct 06
I am confused is that due to the fact that they have to drive to work? or is it for some reason something that have to pay into like a co-op or something? I just do not...Oh wait now I got it. Meaning when they are collecting and handing out money fr the day they miscalculate by $250 a year? Meaning, eithe rit was miscalculated or perhaps it was truly gone....I think that $250.00 a year for many is kind of a lot of money...
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
I think so too.
@indiandevil (2135)
• Canada
28 Oct 06
No, 250.00 A year isn't alot of money at all thats less then a dollar a day...
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
2 Nov 06
250$ yearly doesn't seem like a lot, but times that by the numbers of tellers there are in the States alone.