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Thirimaii

Village Elder
#1
I think I will close this account too,why deduct my 240 bob for a card they've been giving me for free.
Nimeumwa sana,this billionaire is stealing from.
Wadau ni wapi naweza fungua a current account ya operations yenye sitasumbuana sasa na hao watu.
 

HABILIS

Village Elder
#3
Equity card ni 600.. uko sure they charged 240, Mimi nilitoka hio benki after they started restrictions on what I can use my card to pay for online. Washenzi.
 
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magazine

Village Elder
#14
KCB ni mia tano card......card ya bure utapewa ya postnatal clinic mama lucy hospital ukijifungua mimba ya @kanguthu july.....senji
you missed it by a mile, they introduced yearly charge of 240 bob per year for the debit card, card issuance fee ni 600 bob , then now yearly you'll be parting with 240 bob . This is robbery do the maths for 4 million card holders, those with multiple cards are in shit.
 
#15
you missed it by a mile, they introduced yearly charge of 240 bob per year for the debit card, card issuance fee ni 600 bob , then now yearly you'll be parting with 240 bob . This is robbery do the maths for 4 million card holders, those with multiple cards are in shit.
Unareason aje wewe?????

Whatever money they make, how is it your business? Si uanzishe bank
 

Omunyambi

Village Elder
#19
Its dawning on me most peeps ni kama hawana account at all. The guy is referring to 240 service fee per year not the 600 bob when opening an account. Now this will annoy folks like me who knew Equity's roots. What pushed peasants and business owners to Equity was the lack of service charge and minimum account. Barclays used to charge you afee to keep your money in the account. Wangekata pesa monthly till you owed them. Equity was the turning point.
 

Stanmwa

Village Elder
#20
One time i was forced kwenda equity bank to transact over the counter. Was in Meru. Line was too long for my patience. Then when the customer before me was served, she did not budge. She was clad in heavy attire and gum boots. Mpaka the teller had to be tough on her to leave. Clearly, she wanted to see where her money was to be stored, so that when she comes to withdraw apewe hio doh yake (isiibiwe maybe). She did not trust banking. Weh. Toka hio time i have always believed that there should be no reason for me to share a bank with peasants.
 

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