JK Bank increases interface with customers
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 21: In an attempt to increase its interface with the customers, the J&K Bank Hari Singh High Street today held a customer meet with Zonal Head (Kashmir Central), Abdul Hamid Banday in chair.
A good number of customers attended the meet, the bank in a statement said, adding that the customers hailed “efforts” of the Bank for socio-economic development of the state.
“They also expressed satisfaction with the products and services offered by the Bank,” it said.
However, the customers demanded installation of at least two more ATMs in the area in wake of heavy rush.
Banday on the occasion said the Bank is alive to the expectations of the customers. He gave detailed account of Bank’s various credit schemes devised by the Bank for economic prosperity of people. He assured customers of unwavering support from the Bank for their success.
Notably, similar meeting were conducted at Chanduna, Laar, Nagbal and Kangan business units of the bank in the past few days.
Customers of the bank belonging to various sectors attended the meetings and put forth their suggestions for improvement in the customer service.
They also demanded opening of more business units and ATMs in their areas
Speaking at these meetings, J&K Bank Cluster Head Muhammad Amin Khan while welcoming the participants said, “J&K Bank is totally committed to provide best customer services to its clients. The bank however won’t compromise with willful defaulters while recovering bad debts.”
He assured the meetings of better services/facilities to the customers for which he welcomed their suggestions and assured them that their demand of opening business unit and ATMs would be taken up with the higher authorities.
The branch heads of these business units presented vote of thanks at these meetings.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 21 Jul 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
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