So I popped into a Wells Fargo branch this morning right after they opened to cash a check. This is not a little strip mall or grocery store branch, this is a stand alone big branch in the heart of the financial district in Phoenix. The Biltmore branch if your familiar with the area. The check was for a little over 7-K and I wanted cash. After explaining to the associate the many reasons why I don't want to open an account she tells me they may not have that much cash on hand I was dumbfounded. Your kidding I said, no she said I will have to check. She came back about 15 min later and dropped a stack of 50's that were tied together with a rubber band. This was no doubt the worst service at a bank I have ever received. I stayed sitting at her desk and unbundled the cash began to count it out my self. She never offered to count it out to me, or to take me back to a more private spot to count it. I was right at the edge of the main floor no cubicle wall or anything. No envelope or bag to but the cash in. When I asked her for envelopes she gave me one, the stack tightly bundled was 3+ inches tall. While I was counting she was checking e mails and just going about her business as if I was invisible. The worst service ever without a doubt.