umpax bank, the bank that operates in Montana, has created a video that tells the story of a woman who got an unexpected surprise at a bank.
The video is called ‘Save the World’ and is part of the bank’s Save the World Series of videos, which feature people from around the world saving the world.
The woman who was shown in the video, Jennifer D. White, had just completed her first year at the bank.
“We were just talking about how this was a great experience for us,” said White, a software developer in Pawnee, Montana.
“The bank told me, ‘Jennifer, there’s a little thing you can do that can make it even better.'”
White, a native of California, had been working at the Montana bank for nearly two years.
She told The Verge that the bank had been giving her credit cards away at the end of the month to give to the employees and customers who were already working.
She said she thought it was a nice gesture.
“I thought it might be a way to give them something that was meaningful to them,” she said.
But that was not the case.
Instead, she received a call that she had been selected to be a special assistant at the Bank of Montana.
White said she was excited and wanted to be an assistant.
But she said she felt it was inappropriate for her to receive credit cards at the beginning of the year and was upset that the cashiers were only offering her the card after she finished her first month.
The bank did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
White, who was working as a software engineer, said she had a very good experience there, but when she started getting cashier attention she was told she needed to leave.
She said the bank gave her a card that was given to her by the cashier as a gift, which was supposed to be returned to her within a week.
“There was no return receipt.
And the card was only in my name,” she told The Guardian.
White’s husband, Joe, said he was upset with the bank after the first month and didn’t get a response from the bank or the bank manager.
White says she received another call that said her name was on the list for the special assistant position, but she was never told how she was selected.
She says she felt like she was being discriminated against and that the manager of the branch was not giving her any credit cards until the next month, which she said was extremely long.
“It was like, I’m not getting any credit at all.
There’s no sign that this is happening,” she recalled.
After three months, the woman was told the branch manager had decided to give her the money back.
White called the bank to complain and they told her that they did not have a special associate position available, according to White.
White went to the bank with her husband, who also works at the same bank, and told them that she would not be receiving any credit for her first credit card until the bank offered her a full-time assistant position.
“She went into the office and said she wasn’t going to come out because she was worried about losing her bank account,” Joe White said.
The Bank of Montanan says they are aware of the issue.
The bank is working with the woman to figure out how to address the issue, and the bank says they have a policy in place to address customer concerns.