Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Anak akhir zaman?

I wanted to share some banking experience about children and their parents.

One day, a man went to a bank wanted to open a savings account, He transferred RM1,000 from another account to the new account. The other account was opened with another branch nearby. The bank officer enquire why he need to open another account whereas he already had an account at the other branch. He just said that the branch is nearer to his home.

2 days later, the man came again with his daughter and son-in-law. They marched into the bracnh and demanded to know where has the money gone. The account is short of RM1,000!! The old man made a signal to the bank officer pleading not to let the children know of his new account. He even pretended to be a bit deaf of which his children thought their father is actually having hearing difficulty.

Upon deliberate and difficult handling of the couple, the manager informed that she will let them know once she managed to get the answer from CCTV. They left and next day, the father came again to the bank and apologizing for the mishap the day before. It seems that the children have been withdrawing the father's pension money and they insist on retaining his debit card. That's the reason he need another account to put in his money for his younger daughter's schooling needs.

Another father opened an account for his children to deposit his EPF money because he is a bankrupt. Trusting his own son, he deposited RM400,000 into one of his son's account. The next thing he knew, his son dissappeared with the money.

What happenned to the children nowadays? These generations has changed. Whatever will the next generation bocome if these generation behave this way. Where have the respect for own parents went? Where have the family's love gone? The world is coming to an end. it must be the upbringing that caused these actions.

We have to look back of how our parents brought us up and compare to how we brought our kids up..Think back and restore the way of living that we used to have. If we dont...we will not have generations to be proud of....

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