I’ve been using the same Denver financial institution for the past 10 yearsâ€¦ I hardly ever go into the branch.
I care about using the drive-thru & Mobile Banking. I had to go into the bank on Friday to sign some paperwork for a loan. I told the officer at the front desk that I had an appointment with a loan officer, then he told me to wait in a row of chairs in front of the offices. I sat down in the first chair & pulled out my cellphone to check my text! A bank teller walked behind me & the guy stinks like marijuana! The order of marijuana was totally overwhelming. As the guy walked by, I said something out loud about smoking weed & the parking lot. The bank color smiled & continued walking, then when I talked to the loan officer at the Denver financial institution, I mentioned the stink of weed coming from the bank teller. The person told me that a lot of things have changed since marijuana has been legalized in Denver, marijuana was legalized about 10 years ago & there are a number of dispensaries in the city that sell recreational & medical products. As long as you are 21 years of age with a valid Colorado license, you can legally purchase recreational marijuana supplies from a number of shops around the city. Many companies don’t seem to care if their employees come to work under the influence. I happen to think that bank tellers & people who handle money officially should have a clear head while on the job.