My wife closed the checking account we had for long time on April 20, 2012. She withdrawed all the money we had on the account and the person bank associate, who worked on this, stated that account is closed. Gone. In about one week we received the letter saying that the bank made a payment from that closed account on April 23, 2012 and we are responsible for that overdraft and fee. Total about $1100. How come?
My wife called the customer service 5/3 and the person she spoke was very rude and, finally, told her that " I have nothing to talk to you". We opened the account with Greenpoint Bank. Than it became North Fork Bank and, finally, Capital One. I don't remember the Greenpoint Bank had the same rules and, even more, the person, who closed our account last month had to aware us to stop all automated payments manually. Nobody said a word. I never really liked how this bank works, but after this we strongly recommend to stay away from Capital One Bank.
I have been with them for a long time. I just received a letter that they will close all my accounts with no reason given.
I've been with Capital One Bank for over two years now and a credit card customer for more than 10 years. I have never had a problem with this bank. It is super easy to avoid fees with this bank as I have never been charged a fee with them in my 2 year history. A few years back I had to move from one state to the other for work and ran low on funds.
The customer service representative with the credit card customer service refunded all of my late fees/overdraft fees and gave me a credit to give me a little extra money to spend on my big trip. The reason he gave me was simply because of my continued business Capital One wanted to reward my loyalty. I love the cash back on my credit card and I love the no hassle rewards points I earn simply for using my debit card.
I even earn no hassle rewards for using bill pay and writing checks or using the ATM. I am always rewarded for my continued support and business with Capital One. This bank is easy to do business with.