When you go to the bank you expect that the people talking to you are being truthful about their position there. However, at RBC this isn't the case.
RBC sales representatives have been calling themselves vice-presidents in order to gain customers' trust and use that trust to convince customers to invest more, in higher-risk products.
This blatant trickery has led to customers losing their money to inexperienced sales representatives.
Sign today to tell RBC to stop misleading its customers.
RBC is making billions in profits every year and should not be taking advantage of its customers' trust to increase those numbers.
Banks must be held accountable and caring and engaged people like you help SumOfUs hold corporations accountable everyday.
By joining with others we can send a strong message to RBC that its sneaky practices are not acceptable. We can help everyday people ensure that they are not losing their hard-earned savings through misleading tactics.
Please join me in signing to get RBC to stop tricking its customers.