I went into my bank recently and got the hard sell about switching to internet banking.
This is something I've resisted, but I was told it was "quite safe" and "millions of people do it".
They had a so-called free cash-back offer on the debit card. I looked at the sign-up process and was told by the counter staff it needed a password of 6-8 characters - case insensitive and letters/numbers only.
For some reason they were surprised when I informed them that this was incredibly weak password scheme and that I wanted nothing to do with it.
Needless to say, I'm still refusing to sign up for any internet based banking and automated money transfers.