Service? Think again. They pay you to get an account. Does it sound to good to be true? It is. Their banking techniques are of the times of donkeys and mules. And it is all about them. The customer comes last, not metaphorically, oh no! To give an example, if you need to speak to a manager, you leave a message and they call you back in the order your complaint is received. Translation? Never. When you finally come across a few hours to "deal" with them and â??stomachâ?? learned lines, and repetitive runarounds, then you are in for several hours of hoop, after hoop, after hoop... False advertisement? They follow it by the book. Do yourself a favor, walk to the bank across the street or go to a credit union. The only thing "international" about this bank is their "internationally known poor customer service policies..."
I recently had an issue with a creditor withdrawing unauthorized funds. I used the online chat was helped through the process of applying for a new debit card to ensure no further drafts were taken out and then given the claim number to get the money back. The person i chatted with waived the $5 fee for a new debit card and sent it right away and was helpful and personable the whole time.
The person i spoke with about the claim was very helpful and efficient. I have dealt with two banks before and by far this was the easiest claim i have ever made. The money will be in my account tomorrow which is wonderful for someone living paycheck to paycheck!! The level of professionalism and empathy i have received during this and other transactions have made me a customer for life.