The man walked into US Bank with a concealed carry permit and his weapon. He took care of his business and left.
Now the bank says he’ll be in trouble if he does it again.
US Bank sent a letter to a customer that upset some people with concealed carry licenses.
According to Wisconsin law, concealed weapons are allowed in banks. Companies can prohibit them with personal policies, but most places with bans inform customers by posting signs at the entrances.
Many banks in the area don’t prohibit concealed weapons in their buildings. Customers are upset that, even though US Bank has the ban, they don’t have signs at their locations.
Some bank executives say banning them probably wouldn’t make a difference.
My question is that if the man’s firearm was concealed, how did the bank know know to send him a letter stating that concealed firearms are prohibited in their buildings?