First off, i was with chase before i had decided to test out capitalone. A family member recommended capitalone to me since he had no issues with them. I made the mistake of applying for an account online. When i completed the online application, i received my confirmation e-mail letting me know they would decide in 3-5 business days. I never received a call, e-mail, or mail letter three weeks after. So, i decide to just go to the branch and figure out what's going on. Apparently, there was an account set up under my name before but was never used, so a "review" was required to verify my identity and make sure nobody had fraudulently opened the account. The bank employee even said that i should have never opened the account online as the online customer service really sucks. Anyway, the review process took another 3 business days before i was told that everything checked out okay (i knew it would) and that my account was ready. Took about two weeks to receive my debit card and checks, which both came separate. This is where the drama began, mainly dealing with online customer service once again. The alerts on my account began not working, so i sent an e-mail to customer service. They escalated it to the web team, whom never replied. It took me four phone calls (one i was hung up on immediately after they asked how they could help) and a branch visit just to hear "it'll be fixed soon. " soon is not defined as two months, capitalone. I eventually just gave up and settled for the 15+ e-mails i receive every time my statement is out or duplicate e-mails for any other alert. Besides all the drama, capitalone is a subpar bank. Fees are ok, their points program seems very cheap, atms are not conveniently located, their mobile app needs updating, but their bank employees are the best. I would not recommend capitalone, especially for those who want a lot to offer from online and mobile services. Ugh, i am going back to chase.
This was my branch. It was open as normal week ago. Today nov 15 it is closed. Atm gone, front doors chained and padlocked, no capital one signs to be seen. What has happened to warrant this closure?
I have the worst experience ever dealing with capital one. It's worst than dealing with a crooked used car lot. They lure you in with a great offer then pull a bait and switch. After you have signed and agreed to the terms and rates they change everything hoping that you will go for it. They promise you the world, but will not keep a single one. Amanda at the dennim springs office is the worst.