U.S. bank tellers conduct close to 10 billion transactions a year, any one of which might cement a lifetime of loyalty — or end a customer relationship for good.

But turning more of those experiences into the positive kind, or at least cutting down on the number of experiences that end badly, isn't always up to the staff at the branches.

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