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It's drinks instead of dinner and 9 holes instead of 18 for Bank of America's (BAC) top sales...

It's drinks instead of dinner and 9 holes instead of 18 for Bank of America's (BAC) top sales staff as they're now marching under orders to have at least 30 meetings per month with clients - 1.5/business day. "Personal relationships bring in revenue," says Sanford's Brad Hintz, though admitting the bar is likely being set a little high. 
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  • Brian Bobbitt
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    Now you don't suppose someone is trying to save BAC, or even go so far as to attempt to make a profit. Is PROFIT a four letter word? Shouldn't profit go to the poor people as soon as it is made, saving the time of giving to the NGM's to give out to the masses so they don't have to work?




    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator
    14 Nov 2012, 10:04 AM Reply Like
  • EGalindo
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    Then perhaps they should think about fixing the bad relationships that they have left in the wake of all the fraud and money manipulation done to their clients in the past. The 1 billion dollar lawsuit can't be good for business and when the new foreclosure wave hits...if it is not handled with a little more humanity than it has been handled in the past, the customer gap will grow.
    14 Nov 2012, 12:27 PM Reply Like
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