The true horror stories in Paris-Part 2;現代パリの本当にあった怖い話第2

I feel sorry for the stalked victims because I went through a similar experience with, wait for it, my bank councilor.  She had all my information thus enabled her to call me at home persistently.  I would ignore the calls but she would start calling me at earlier time.  It felt like my money had been taken hostage by this woman who would start giggling ‘I thought you would leave for school after this hour.’  She clearly had no problems disrupting my daily routine and would tediously solicited me with new funds I should sign up (so she could get her commission.)  ‘It is for your benefit only that I suggest this…’  Such an officious utter lie whispered into my ears by a sad middle-aged woman was a depressive start of my days back then.   

As I had a bit of share trading history, I could find faults with all the funds she presented to me.  She lied through her teeth making up fault facts but I knew more about the world of shares than she did.  I felt sorry for her other clients who would have lost money believing her lies.  I asked her if the bank offered a facility where I could trade shares online.  To this she replied that there was no such a thing as line trading in France.  Of course it was an outright lie which shocked her superior later on.   

One day, my purse was pick-pocketed.  Naturally I was distressed when I called her to cancel my bank card.  Realizing that my defense was lower than usual, this councilor from Hell moved in for the kill.   To be continued.  

フランスの銀行は担当者を無理やり押し付けるのには驚きでしたが、私はフランス語初心者でしたので日本人スタッフが配置されている銀行の一つに行きました。担当者というのが私の無知に便乗してパスワードまでも管理し始めたのですが、私が一人で変更する手段はフランスでは一切ないと真っ赤な嘘をつく恐ろしい女性だったのです。実在する人物なので仔細の翻訳は控えますが私がスリに遭いカード停止と再発行の手続きをしに訪れた際、弱っている私に止めを刺しにきたのです。第三に続く





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