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In the years that i have had bank of america not once have they ever helped me through any situation. I am an active duty military soldier who has served this nation for six years. Due to my job i have been stationed in italy, louisiana, and hawaii. Not any of these places had a bank of america except one in italy, but other banks have atms on military installations. I have had to pay the atm fee and a separate charge for not using a bank of america atm.
Even though i am serving this nation and do not choose to live at these places, bank of america would never waive my fee. When i was deployed and couldn't be around a phone or internet, my checking would often get overdrawn, but they wouldn't auto switch the money from my savings. When i would call i often felt like they would just hang up to avoid having to deal with me. It was one of the most stressful things to have to deal with. I know none of my friends that have this bank any longer the ones like me that made the mistake and opened an account with them, hate this whole corporation.
They steal money, have no sense of compassion. They don't have anything to offer a military soldier in a time of need and they will forever be a prime example of a corperation that thinks they deserve something more and don't have to abide by simple principles of good character because they put the name of our country in their name. If you are reading this please... Please don't get this bank behind you.
After waiting in line 20 minutes, I was finally called over to the counter to make a deposit. The teller's name is Melissa and she was extremely rude. When I handed the deposit to her she pushed it back at me and told me to sort the money. I was confused and shocked! I said " isn't that your job?" She said no and proceeded to fold her arms and stare me down, waiting for me to sort the money. I refused so she said she couldn't help me and moved on to the next customer.
I am not one to complain and I typically try to avoid all confrontation. I have only had pleasant experiences at this bank in the past. I have never been told to sort out the money or had anyone ever flat out refuse to help me. As I understand it is not the banks policy to require customers to sort their own deposits. Maybe she was having a bad day but that is no way to treat people