So I had to fill out some paperwork to be added as a signer to my church’s bank account. This means I can write checks and sign them. Well, the original paperwork got screwed up and the lady that handled it no longer worked at the bank a few days after we went there to get me added to the account. Now we had to fill out the paperwork again!
I had to sign two separate documents and after I signed them I was told that I’d have to sign my middle initial. “But I don’t sign my middle initial,” I said. “It’s on your license,” I was told in reply. So in other words you don’t want my signature since you’re asking me to write something I never write. You want my name. There’s a difference.
I’m telling you right now that when I write checks I’ll be appending my signature to them; not simply my name with the middle initial present. Whoever doesn’t like it can deal with it. And that’s all I have to say about that.