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2 out of 5 marks

Reviewed by cityboy

Jan 26th 2013

Horrible

I went to make a deposit, Not one person ever greeted me. I wasn't even accknowledge other than the attendant taking my money she looked at me like what are you doing here. She never said Thank you !, Not one word. The manager was standing behind when I said smile, can not say thanks.

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Reviewed by jmamibmw

Aug 29th 2014

3 out of 5 marks

BBT NOT OPEN ON SATURDAY?

I am seriously thinking of switching banks. I run several businesses and can't always get to the bank during banking hours. I need to deposit cash, and the ATM's do not accept the cash without the envelope. At Wells Fargo, I can enter the cash in the deposit slip and it will count the cash for me. BBT does not offer this service---which is a HUGE dis-service. The fact that they are not open on Saturdays, is the second issue I have. These are major issues that should be rectified. Wells Fargo is open a half day on Saturdays.......Other than these two major issues, I don't have a problem with BBT. But these two issues will definitely make me change banks.

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Reviewed by anonymous101

Aug 27th 2014

1 out of 5 marks

They are thieves. Plain and simple.

I enrolled in the overdraft protection and a utility bill came out 4 days before its typical date which would overdrafted my account. BB&T not only ignored my overdraft protection, they said they would not reverse and proceeded to charge 3 more overdraft fees of 36 dollars a piece for items ranging from 2 dollars-5 dollars. I really don't understand how a bank is being allowed to make HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS by out right stealing from their clients. (former, if they ever allow me to close the account)

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