Jerry Weiner, Robert Gunter and Nat Gorham live in different states, have had diverse occupations and have never met. But, they have much in common. They are all married, retired men with affable personalities and considerable fortunes to their credit. Each has a net worth of between $5 million and $30 million, none of which they keep under their mattresses.
Presumably, their accounts would be coveted by any bank, and thus their technical needs would be accommodated. In this decidedly unscientific survey, however, the results show that this may not always be the case.