My sister and I agreed to meet at the bank for a tour. We were both visiting Atlanta with our families. My sister arrived first and had checked in and was waiting in the lobby for us. When I walked in, I stopped at the front rope to see if my sister had arrived. There was no one behind me. The security guard at the front desk yelled across the room for me to go the other way. Mind you, I did not walk in the direction of my sister, I simply stopped and looked over my shoulder. This is a very large building and the echo was very loud. I guess that once you walk in you cannot stop until you get to the check in point. After we checked in my sister was upset. It seemed that another security guard at the check in point yelled at her because she asked if she needed to put her phone in the basket. They got into a little bit of an argument. The poor employee in the lobby waiting for all her tour to arrive seemed to be embarrassed by her co-workers behavior and tried her best to make it up to us. I can understand this is a bank, but it is locked down tight. The rudeness was unnecessary. After getting passed these two rude employees, the rest of the tour was short but really cool. It is amazing to see millions of dollars being handled by both people and robots. There are interactive games that are very educational. You get a bag of the old money they shred as a souvenir. Admission is free. Maybe that is why those employees were so rude. If you go please be aware that you cannot take anything in past the lobby. The screening in this place is worse then the airport. They do provide free lockers for your things, just make sure you stay in line or the guards there will yell at you.
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