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  • My bank folded and all accounts were supposedly moved to the bank that bought them out, but my savings account was "missing" and it took some effort and visits to 3 banks to find it.
  • My mother did. When my father died, she received his Social Security check the next day. Unwittingly, she cashed it and put it in the bank account. A month later, the gov just took it out of the account without so much as a warning. Mom blamed the bank manager at that time for letting the feds take the money out and never spoke to her again.
  • Wells Fargo. I had an account with Crocker Bank, and they were bought by Wells. I didn't like their policies so I switched to First Interstate. Two years later they were bought by Wells. They suck.
  • Chase and it's minions scare me to death. Very incompetent.
  • B-of-a
  • One time I had a problem with my bank, Keybank, where somehow a buch a extra numbers got printed on the bottom of a check after I deposited it and it didn't go through. All the time it took to correct everything nearly made me late in paying rent.
  • Wells Fargo. Heartless Bastards
  • Personally, it was small potatoes in the great scheme of things. I wrote a check for $3.95 and it was debited to my account as $395.00! Since I reconcile my bank statement immediately each month and keep a pretty good cushion balance there were no repercussions and they profusely apologized. Work however was an entirely different matter. I forget the name of the bank... Citizens maybe...it was over ten years ago. As I was reconciling the bank statement I noticed that several checks has been photocopied (by whom I have no idea) and the originals and the photocopies were both debited to the account! How that happened I have no idea. But it was in excess of $50,000 overcharged and when I went to the bank and showed them they had no explanation for it.
  • I'm in banking... but howver I had a bad experience with BoA... I guess because I was young and didn't know how to take care of my finances..my fault not theirs LOL
  • My roommate had a horrible experience opening an account with Chase. What a mess. I have remained with once-known Wachovia, even though there isn't even a branch within 20 miles of me. I'll have to handle this soon!
  • Bank of America, there customer service reps. are rude, and the service was terrible. +5
  • well, I had a very bad experience with Citi (it's nothing customer related but it seems to be like Citi is going bust) so I moved all my accounts to chase and now it's working like a magic.
  • BANK OF AMERICA. I HAD A CREDIT CARD $5,000.00 GOT A CASHIERS CHECK I BOUGHT A R.V. ON EBAY= GOT SCREWED. ANYWAY I MADE MY PAYMENTS GOT IT DOWN TO $3100.00 THEN MY NEXT BILL BANK OF AMERICA SENT WAS $5100.00 I STOPPED MAKING PAYMENTS, NEXT MONTH $7100.00 LAST I HEARD IT WAS $990,000.00 DEBT. FOR A $5,000.00 CREDIT CARD LIMIT AND A BALANCE OF $3100.00 I FIGURE IF THEY SUED ME, I'D RECOVER THE REAL DEBT, BECAUSE THEY SCREWED UP MY CREDIT FOR A WHOLE YEAR BEFORE COMING AFTER ME. ITS WHAT THEY LIKE TO DO, BUT I FOUND OUT HOW THEY CHEAT THEIR CUSTOMERS. THEY HAVE 2 COMPUTER SYSTEMS, ONE IS RIGHT, BUT THE OTHER IS WRONG WITH A ADDITIVE IN IT, SO NO MATTER WHAT PAPERWORK YOU HAVE ITS INCONSEQUENTIAL COMPARED TO THE WRONG COMPUTER OPPOSITE FROM WHERE YOU LIVE. I ALSO NOTICED THEY LIKE TO STEAL FROM EACH OF THEIR CUSTOMERS ACCOUNTS BY USEING THESE 2 COMPUTER SYSTEMS. A BAD BANK IS A BAD BANK AND IF ITS BANK OF AMERICA ITS BAD.
  • Bank of America in Santa Rosa. They charged me to convert travelers checks and were nasty about it.
  • not really

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