Dear Federal Reserve Information Technology Department,
I hope this letter finds you well, as I have a bone to pick with you. Yes, you, the ones responsible for our nation's financial technology. I have some questions for you that I hope you can answer.
First and foremost, why is it that every time I try to access my bank account online, it feels like I'm navigating through the matrix? Your security measures are so intense that I have to jump through hoops just to check my balance.
And don't even get me started on your website. I've seen more aesthetically pleasing Geocities pages.
But it's not just the user experience that concerns me. It's the fact that you're dealing with some of the most sensitive information in the country, yet seem to be stuck in the '90s in terms of technology.
Are you still using floppy disks over there? Perhaps dial-up internet?
I understand the need for caution and security in the financial industry, but it's about time you catch up with the rest of us in the modern world. Our phones can unlock with our faces now, but I still need to remember 6 different passwords just to log in to my bank account.
So, Federal Reserve Information Technology Department, I implore you to step out of your time capsule and join us in the 21st century. We deserve better.
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