This lottery deal has gotten way out of hand, folks. First, the states got into the business of numbers running, under the guise of helping fund the state's budget. Now, banks are running games of chance for their customers (prospective or otherwise) to get them to come into the bank, with the hope that they will be the lucky "winner". The whole thing sounds kind of cheap and beneath something that a financial institution should be involved with. How about just doing business with us? How does that sound?
It sceeves me to think that a bank would stoop so low as to go about attracting business by participating in a scratch-off game. Lucky Zero ... you got that right. It sounds to me like the lucky one is the bank ... but I have a sick mind, so form your own opinion.
Although, I suppose they are living up to their marketing theme of being "Not your typical bank".
Maybe I want something a little more typical and a lot more honorable.