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1 out of 5 marks

Reviewed by Storeowner

Dec 7th 2011

They canceled my business account because they didnt like the name.

After reading an article about successful businesses that made more money off merchandise than the actual product. ex. Hooters resturant, Doggy Styles pet grooming, Hard Rock, etc. I decided to name my store in a similiar fashion. I got appproved with the IRS, my local city and county government had no problem with the name. After opening the account and it being open for a short time, Arvest canceled my account because of the name. I called the Office of Controled Currency with the federal government and the man I spoke with said that it was the first time he had ever heard of that. He also said the name was not bad and contain no obscene words so he felt they had no grounds. He actually asked me if someone working at the bank didnt like me. LOL

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Reviewed by aaronandrews

Jul 31st 2014

5 out of 5 marks

Great Bank!

I don't know why other people are rating this bank so low. I've had great customer experiences. People that are friendly and go out of their way to help. The bank fees are great! I would definitely recommend this bank to someone who wants a regional bank.

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Reviewed by Beckyrev

Jun 28th 2014

2 out of 5 marks

I was humiliated last month.

I went in to make a deposit. I was at the counter for about 5 minutes when I was asked to remove my sunglasses. I was shocked. I took it all in stride and thought it funny that I could be viewed as a potential bank robber, otherwise why would I be asked to remove my glasses. I was told it is the company policy, but as I thought about it, i realized I had been profiled and humiliated. My purse and my checkbook were on the counter, and that's not a behavior of a bank robber or whatever the reason I was asked to remove the glasses. And even if it is company policy, the situation should have been handled better rather than looking at a woman and saying, "Remove your sunglasses." That was the most humiliating situation ever, and I hope it doesn't happen again. It is not only humiliating but also invading.

Someone from that bank had called me, I am assuming the manager, (she never introduced herself) after I had talked with Charles in customer service. She wasn't understanding of how I felt. She said she would talk to the teller. I asked her to call me after she talks to the teller to let me know how she handled it. It's been a week since then, and I have not heard from her. I wanted to go to that location today because it is closer to my home, but my last visit experience was too humiliating that I won't go there. And especially because I was not called as promised.

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