- Report: #243395
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Complaint Review: Bank Of America - John Gaines
Bank Of America - John Gaines10731 W. Pico Boulevard West Los Angeles, California United States of America
Bank Of America - John Gaines Manager West Los Angeles Rancho Park Branch Lied About Falsifying Bank Paperwork and let employee under him take the rap and fry for it. ripoff West Los Angeles California
*Author of original report: FINALLLY FIRED
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Pants Down in Elysian Park
*Author of original report: JOHN GAINES - IDIOT AT LARGE STRIKES AGAIN
*Consumer Suggestion: I'm John's EX
*Author of original report: Johns male companions
*Consumer Suggestion: Not so fast buddy
*Author of original report: John and His Money Thefts
*Consumer Comment: There is more to this story
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A un named veteran of several years with the bank commenced a bank transaction. This transaction, because of its type, had to be verified in both amount and account number by this Manager, John Gaines. This transaction had the wrong amount and account number on it by a simple clerical error. If made by the Employee, it's no problem. You just do it over again.
HOWEVER, THIS mistake went on and ended up getting approved by John. If JOHN makes a mistake by OK'ing something that he was supposed to check and it is later determined to be an error, NOW this is a BIG problem for which HE would get blamed hevily. This John is KNOWN for continually saying ya ya ya ya yes yes yes fastly during conversations meaning that he rushes through things and is basically impatient. When asked for help by an employee, he recently said "That's not my job". That's the team spirit. John!
It's obvious that John did not check this transaction because even the account number was wrong and he is supposed to verify EVERYTHING on this certain type of transaction and the wrong amount was sent with the wrong account number and it went through after he approved it.
Well later on this transaction ended up surfacing due to the wrong information. John blamed the first employee when it was he discovered that he f***ed up and approved the transaction and ok'ing it off without checking things like he is supposed to. The bank customer complained that the wrong amount was sent and denied putting their initials on it. It was later discovered by watching the video tapes that the employee did nothing wrong. The Security department of the bank came in and interrogated the employee for hours, trying to make this employee admit to something they did'nt do. They said (AND I QUOTE) "This can't be John's fault. He has been with the bank 25 years and he wouldn't do something like this" Well, HE DID!
For this, John deserves to be listed on evey google search and searchible place on the internet her for being a lying, kiniving, backstabbing b*****d that will let an employee under him FRY for something that HE KNOWS HE DID.
A few days later, John called the security department saying he feels threatened. It's called a guilty conscience, John.
There is all kinds of justice in this world. People who get fired for someone f***ing them over and backstabbing them are usually looking for it.
There is people in the cemetary who have done a lot less than this b*****d.
If I got someone fired because I lied about something that I f** up, I would be scared too.
I highly reccomend that eveyone who reads this, close their account with Bank of America and mention the name JOHN GAINES at the Rancho Park branch. I did!
Jody Long Beach, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/10/2007 11:22 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Bank-Of-America-John-Gaines/West-Los-Angeles-California-90064/Bank-Of-America-John-Gaines-Manager-West-Los-Angeles-Rancho-Park-Branch-Lied-About-Falsi-243395. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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