I've been a B of A customer for 15 years. I went to speak to a mortgage officer for an approval for a new home loan. I was told he would be back to me within 24 hours.
24 hours turned into a week.
We were very excited to move along with purchasing our first home. We decided to seek another lender and had immediate follow up with a pre approval within 2 days. We still hadn't heard from Bank of America (Cong Vuong).
Now I receive an email after a week from (the mortgage officer) Cong that he left voicemails.
Interesting that only his phone calls or voicemails weren't registered on my phone but every other business and personal call had come through.
I believe he was delayed then lied to cover up his inadequate response.
B of A further makes it more difficult to log a complaint via their website as there isn't a place to log a complaint.
Another large bank that doesn't care about their customers. Merely superficial do they act caring.
Go with a credit union.
Wait time is the longest of any other banks
Customer Service reps have left me waiting various times for up to 10 minutes (which is ridiculous in this tech age)
I get nowhere half the time and just give up on my rep and call back so I can get another rep to help
Reps have outdated web help
After putting up with more and more new fees showing up, typically without explanation or advance warning in understandable English, I have come to the conclusion that Bank of America only sees my company as their opportunity to pile on more fees so as to increase their profits. When I called yesterday to complain about the latest surprise on my small business statement, I got shoveled from one person who said he did not know to another person in another department who said that she did not know to another person who finally said he had specific knowledge that this new fee was being charged in error and he could help me with it as soon as he consulted with his manager while putting me on hold. The moment he put me on hold, the lousy Bank of America call system dropped the call AND HE DID NOT CALL ME BACK. After waiting 25 minutes I started the whole process over again but achieved no resolution for my issue. I DID LEARN THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT OPERATING POLICY FOR THE BANK OF AMERICA CUSTOMER SERVICE CALL CENTERS: IF THE CALL GETS DROPPED, THE BofA PERSON IS PROHIBITED FROM CALLING ME BACK. HE/SHE HAS ZERO ABILITY TO ORIGINATE AN OUTBOUND CALL AND FURTHERMORE THE MOMENT MY CALL GOT DROPPED, HE WAS SWITCHED OVER TO A NEW IN-BOUND CALL FROM ANOTHER ABOUT-TO-BE-FRUSTRATED-AGAIN BofA CUSTOMER.
US Bank does not operate their call centers this way. That is where I am now taking my company business and I recommend that readers of this posting do likewise.