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Set up 2 US Bank Savings Accounts because of employee error then got fees and wrong home branch assigned

March 20, 2012 9:41pm by copythat

Happened: 
In My Life

I've had to set up a savings account twice to avoid monthly fee charges at US Bank (after being a customer for over 10 years) because of employee error with signature cards. After more than half a year of screw-ups and finally getting a Silver account in place, the bank assigned me a wrong home location at a totally different branch than my checking account that's been in existence for a decade. Read more

Beware of First Premier Bank- Don’t Get Scammed

November 20, 2011 11:45pm by venusrising

Happened: 
In My Life

First Premier Bank preys on people with bad credit in the most heinous way possible, by gouging customers with huge fees and interest rates of 49.9% and some as high as 79%. This means, if you make a $500.00 dollar purchase that purchase would cost you almost $750.00 dollars. Read more

Woman Is Not Dead But JP Morgan Chase Bank Insists Ruins Credit

July 13, 2011 9:04pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

One Florida woman has spent months trying to convince JP Morgan Chase she is not dead. It's eight months later and the bank is (supposedly) looking into it -- after a lawsuit. Chase Bank was kind enough to send the family a condolence letter.
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Bank of America Calls $30K Social Security Account Deposit Screw Up Unfortunate

July 12, 2011 4:12pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

Bank of America has millions of customers--making it seem impossible for two customers to have the same 10-digit account number, which should theoretically allow the bank billions of customers ever without duplicating a number. Read more

Chase Bank Arrests Jails Man 4 Days for Cashing Its Own Cashiers Check WA

July 8, 2011 11:04pm by copythis

Happened: 
In The News

Chase Bank is accused of racial discrimination after a black man is wrongly jailed on forgery charges by its Auburn branch–the man simply trying to cash a legitimate cashier’s check issued by the bank itself. 28-year-old Ikenna Njoku spent 4 nights in jail, had his car impounded and lost his job after Chase bank officials inexplicably had him arrested at a Washington branch. Read more

Barber Shop Employee Robs Bank of America Takes Public Taxi to Work

July 3, 2011 6:02pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

If you can rob a bank, you've got cash for cab fare home--or, at least, to work. The FBI has has busted a Miami man its says robbed Bank of America's Hallandale Beach branch while dressed in a suit and tie--then took a taxi to his job. His place of employment: A barber shop where, of course, no one was paying attention to what he was doing.
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Hedge Fund Man Accused of Lack of Interest Leaves $100 Million ATM Receipt

July 2, 2011 9:02pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

A hedge fund manager is accused of poor returns: An ATM receipt shows a $100 million balance--for an account bearing just 1 percent interest annually. A Capital One bank customer left behind the evidence after paying the bank's $2.75 fee to withdraw $400 bucks in cash. Read more

Barclay’s Bank Delaware Juniper Bank Credit Card Sucks

February 16, 2011 11:28pm by venusrising

Happened: 
In The News

I had a Barclay’s Bank Delaware Juniper Credit Card for years, when the economy took a downturn my APR skyrocketed to 34.99%. Read more

Money Takes Big Bucks Cocaine Coke Found on 90% U.S. Paper Currency Bills

January 29, 2011 5:40pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

American money takes big bucks to produce: it's a cash business, with the U.S. Mint losing 22 million dollars in the Treasury's production of 2009 pennies and nickels. Read more

Spend $400 in Fees with Continental Finance Credit Card

May 13, 2010 8:14pm by hearit

Happened: 
In The News

Vying for title of worst: Continental Finance MasterCard. After all fees are collected, account holders get a credit limit of about a whopping fifty bucks to blow.
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