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Fifth Third Bank has 1,278 branches nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a large bank that services an entire region in the country, and has ATM locations, but we are not currently tracking them.

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Fifth Third Bank was established December 1864. That's more than 150 years ago! It holds assets of 139 billion US dollars. This is considered a large national bank that most likely serves a large portion of the country. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 4%. Lower is better!

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Fifth Third Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(176 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By Pack1987 May 21, 2016

    Useless

    This entire bank branch is one of least helpful collections of people I have ever had to work with in a "professional" organization. They say one thing and then 5 minutes later will say something totally different. Their "banker" barely speaks English and has a difficult time performing simple tasks. Their "head teller" wasn't any better and I have seen no other signs of leadership whatsoever. I have had a fifth third (previously Old Kent) account for over 28 years and have only remained loyal due to a grandparent who previously was on the board but as years have passed I have been repeatedly disappointed by this organization and their lack of knowledge, ease, and satisfaction as a business. Will definitely be taking mine and my family's business elsewhere.

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    Reviewed By smiky0403 May 10, 2016

    Bank is incompetent/ Irresponsible agent

    I started in last year to open my account which just had a balance of about ~$170. I treated it as a convenient place to withdraw/deposit small amount money since it's near home.
    When I open my account, I've confirmed with the agent at least 3 times: if it's free of monthly fee and her answer is no monthly fee.
    But actually there is a $11 monthly fee!!! The agent has no idea about their bank and their bank account product!!! . When open my account, I've explain clearly to her why I want to open this account and my purpose of use; if there's a monthly, she should have definitely warn me the monthly fee and stop me to open that account.
    That is common sense for her! She was totally responsible for it!
    There's not even a courtesy alarm during the past entire year. When I shut down my account the time my money was drained out below zero, there's no refund and no apology . When I leave, the same agent was even try to sell me some their new product.
    Finally I would suggest to stay far away from Fifth Third Bank, especially this branch.

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    Reviewed By LOLeary May 9, 2016

    HORRIBLE BANK -- BEWARE

    My paycheck goes through on Thursday at approx. 1am. I looked on my account today, Monday, and I'm negative over $300. I called the bank to see what had happened, and I was informed my check doesn't clear until Friday morning, so any purchase I make on Thursday would be considered as a "bounce" and I would be charged a $37 fee for every charge on the account. They also informed me that they would only pay two of these fees a year, at the bank's discretion, and that they had stopped my overdraft protection due to the amount I make every week. So please, do not use 5/3 Bank unless you want to be screwed over hundreds upon hundreds of dollars like myself and have to argue with someone for hours to try to get your money back.

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