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1 out of 5 marks

Reviewed by ASE

Jan 6th 2013

Horrible Deceitful Painful Insincery Oppresive

7 yrs ago citizens came looking for our business they provided us a 100k credit line and a 950k morg the economy has changed never being late on a payment one day without any notice the crd line was pulled it took 3 months to get an explanation as to why it was discontinued we got a 50k line with eastern bank and 100k line with 1st national bank of ipswich at the drop of a hat. After suffering an embezzelment of up to 1 million dollars by two trusted stockholders, and debt to service ratios not to the banks liking they want to raise our interst rate 3% and or forclose the morgage. Keep in mind we are current in our payments and late once in paying quaterly taxes but are up to date now business is very unpredictable but we work 24/7 to pay our bills and employ 25 people the bank is heartless before you think of doing business with this bank shoot yourself in both feet and have your head examined this organization is a ruthless privateering bank that instead of helping will pull the rug out from under without notice causing you excessive legal fees and pain and suffering that you have never ever felt before. They also cash checks that require dual endorsement without the daul endorsement and adopt a what ever attitude when questioned as to what they will do to make good on the funds they have cashed wrongfully find a local small bank and make your bones with them they approach banking in the manner that is both good and honest for both parties in times of difficulty run from this bank as if it were the plague

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Reviewed by formercustomer2234

Jul 21st 2014

1 out of 5 marks

lied to about exchange rate

My husband just returned from picking up a few euros for an upcoming trip. They literally lied to him about the exchange rate, telling him it changed from $1.35 to $1.45 over the weekend. He looked it up when he finished and found it to be untrue, it's still $1.35. In addition, he waited 20 minutes even though there was no line AND paid a fee for the "convenience" of being ripped off. First thing on the to-do list when we get back from vacation? CHANGE BANKS!!!

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Responded by citizensbank

Jul 29th 2014

Hello formercustomer2234, I am from Citizens Bank's Office of the Chairman. I am very sorry to hear about your experience, and I would like to learn more to see how we can best help. In order to talk with you regarding your concerns, we need to speak with you one-on-one. Can you please email your name and a phone number we can reach you at to AskCitizensBank@citizensbank.com? (Please do not include any personal information such as social security numbers or account numbers in your email.) Thanks -- we look forward to hearing from you!

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Reviewed by Heyoka

Aug 29th 2014

3 out of 5 marks

Make sure your accounts are “linked” to avoid monthly fee

My combined amount in checking and money market were always well over the required amount to avoid the $20 monthly maintenance fee. Nonetheless I was charged $20 for several months in a row when my checking account went under the minimum amount. I was told that my checking and money market accounts were not “linked”, thus I was charged the maintenance fee for those months my checking was under the minimum. Now, “linking” the accounts is something the bank does for you, or doesn’t do for you, in my case. They gave me a false sense of security and never mentioned or said anything about “linking” the accounts. This may be a sneaky practice on their part, or just negligence, I don’t know.

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