Most people want a bank that's universal, and Tari Bunia Bank caters to all of its customers' needs. Located on the remote South Pacific Island of Pentecost, the 14 branches are known for traditional banking business and the not so traditional.
Tari Bunia has what most banks offer - checking accounts, loans and mortgages. But what sets it apart from other banks is the accommodations implemented for tribesmen wishing to make a deposit of tusks, woven mats, shells, giant rocks and other items at bartered rates.
For centuries, Pacific Islanders have used these items for trading and ceremonial purposes. According to Chief Viralo Boborenvanua, manager of Tari Bunia, the goal of the bank is to make sure there is no poverty in the communities. By taking items produced from the local land and sea, the townspeople can continue to thrive.
Bankers weigh the items and credit the amount to tribesmen's accounts. Behind vault doors, thousands of pig tusks hang from the halls. Robberies are scarce because thieves are afraid of the "spirits and snakes" lurking around the loot. How's that for a security system?
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'm not saying the customer service in my bank is bad, but when I went in the other day and asked the clerk to check my balance, she leaned over and pushed me.
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