Hi Sundaysun great to hear from you and I can only speak of the Branch this guy is responsible for I can't vouch for other Branches but Jenkins has stressed the point personaly to all managers that the act re customer care had to be put right . So maybe others experiences have been poor which is a shame. All branches have been instructed to get this part of the business right. But as they say you can please some of the people some of the time but not all the people all the time. Have a good evening Sundaysun your one of the better posters and I wish you all the best . Let's hope our boats all come in together Best Wishes To All Investors Keep Smilling
Valid point but it's not just the Banks. Energy and insurance companies as well. Barclays are at the forefront on technology innovation and I guess the computer "says" and gets it wrong from time to time. I an not convinced such things effect the share price unlike misspelling and cheating. Still it would be positive if we could get it better than others.
I like you buddy and agree with your broad view of Barclays ,re valuation.But.Customer care is paramount ? give us a break.Barclays couldn't give a f@@@ about customers.Only today I read two paper articles about abysmal customer relations.Alan ,there is lots for us shareholders to be pleased about at the moment and I look forward to you and some of the other guys here getting into profit but we don't need to spin things that are still clearly wrong in the banking sector,Barclays very much included.
Euro slipping again in NY which seems to be rattling the market a little. May be Greece isn't yet settled as much as thought. Perhaps we get a little dip tomorrow but I don't believe for long. Buying opportunity? GLA
Another blue day I fully expected to see a slight pull back say 1-2 points but managed to climb back into Blue. When you consider Barclays all the analysts can't be wrong they know Mr Jenkins has turned this bank around and costs in every area have been cut. As stated by me before a close family friend is a manager at a major city Barclays Branch and he states how things have changed under Mr Jenkins . No more club class Flights , no more 3 hour lunches and the them and us culture at all branches has been killed off All staff are now pulling in the same direction and customer care is paramount. Barclays are a Global Bank and a money making Machine paying dividends that look set to be increased . The year end figures look like being the best for years and I am convinced we will see £2.60 pluss come 3rd March. The shares are still in my opinion CHEAP. Best Of Luck To All Investors Keep Smilling
The daily mail, more or less said" dont take any notice of credit rating agencies" citing the 1.5 billion SP were fined for giving triple A Ratings to several banks 6 months before the credit crunch. All the banks credited with AAA were involved in subprime.
My blood has just stopped boiling after the Telegraph said RBS, Lloys and Barclays we're going to be downgraded Andrew Trotman the writer of the report for the Telegraph . Barclays Solicitors should write a stern letter pointing out that Barclays did not require Goverment bail out last time however the othe two mentioned did. Writing such crap can only have negative consequences , I hope all Barclay share holders write to the Telegraph as I have done pointing this out . It seems they just don't want Bank shares especially Barclays to recover !! Best Of Luck To All Investors Keep Smilling
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