I have had it with BOA! More than once there has been problems with my account and my son's account and I have had it! I am so tired of dealing with rude people and being told one thing and them doing another! Too long of a story to get into. But am also tired of trying to put some money into savings (even what little we can) and then finding out that we don't have that much in there because they are charging us a "maintenance fee" which takes out most of what we are able to put in there.
Here are some of my choices, locally, that I can go with
PNC Bank Cresent State Bank BB&T Wells Fargo KS Bank Patriot State Bank First Federal Bank Wachovia First Citizens Bank and Trust
We do have an account with CEFCU (through my husband's work), but the problem is there is not a branch locally. We need to have a local bank for some of the things, like depositing money that is sent to us, etc. We have had some OD's due to when bills are due compared to when paydays are and since I lost my job, it has been hard making ends meet, especially with my son, his wife and 2 little ones living with us. Anyway, if anyone knows anything about these banks, good or bad, please let me know. Thanks Bunches!!!!
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