Sunday, July 16, 2006

Japan tells Citibank to stop screwing their people, but will America ever do the same?

While the corporate terrorists in Congress join Citigroup in their evil, Japan has told Citigroup what they can do with their terrorist cell, not to mention lousy customer service.

"Japanese financial watchdog has reprimanded Citibank Japan for a computer problem that botched hundreds of thousands of bank transactions and ordered the company to take major steps to improve the system. The Financial Services Agency said yesterday it ordered the Japanese unit of Citigroup Inc. to fundamentally re-evaluate and redevelop its current system of governance, internal control and outsourcing following a series of system failures involving transaction processing that affected thousands of individual and corporate customers earlier this year"(http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20060715.RTICKERB15-4/TPStory/TPBusiness/Asia).

But until we get the Democratic-Republican corporate terrorists out of office don't count on anything like this to happen in the United States.

2 Comments:

Blogger Steven said...

Off topic, but I think you may appreciate this:

The evil eye is the name for a sickness transmitted -- usually without intention -- by someone who is envious, jealous, or covetous. It is also called the invidious eye and the envious eye. In Hebrew it is ayin ha'ra (the evil eye), which in Yiddish is variously spelled ayin horoh, ayin hora, or ayen hara. In mainland Italian it is mal occhio (the bad eye) and in Spanish mal ojo or el ojo (the bad eye or just the eye). In Sicily it is jettatore (the projection [from the eye]) and in Farsi it is bla band (the eye of evil).

Hamsa

4:25 PM  
Blogger Citisucks said...

Well speaking of evil Citigroup is always unleashing evil cruetly, murder, and starvation on the world. One would have to be very sick to be jealous of these murders.

6:57 PM  

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