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What you show, that example, it isn't from the dashboard or from the application. That is just advertising, just a documentation that should convince the customer to use it.

If those alerts were part of the bank application's UI, that was a bad idea, in my opinion. Please see this question, "Using funny error messages in FinanceUsing funny error messages in Finance" and the answer.

What you show, that example, it isn't from the dashboard or from the application. That is just advertising, just a documentation that should convince the customer to use it.

If those alerts were part of the bank application's UI, that was a bad idea, in my opinion. Please see this question, "Using funny error messages in Finance" and the answer.

What you show, that example, it isn't from the dashboard or from the application. That is just advertising, just a documentation that should convince the customer to use it.

If those alerts were part of the bank application's UI, that was a bad idea, in my opinion. Please see this question, "Using funny error messages in Finance" and the answer.

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What you show, that example, it isn't from the dashboard or from the application. That is just advertising, just a documentation that should convince the customer to use it.

If those alerts were part of the bank application's UI, that was a bad idea, in my opinion. Please see this question, "Using funny error messages in Finance" and the answer.