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First Midwest Bank has 117 branches and 31,253 ATMs in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is an established bank that has presence across at least one state, and has great ATM coverage across the country.

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First Midwest Bank was established February 1933. That's more than 50 years ago! It holds assets of 9.62 billion US dollars. That makes it a regional bank that most likely covers their local population well. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 7%. Lower is better!

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First Midwest Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(15 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By maylonem May 7, 2016

    don't try to get a loan from

    I have a credit rating of 761 I'll try to get a loan I make more than $50 a year I have enough money coming in to pay all my bills in this loan
    I wouldn't waste you time or the energy to put an application in with this company because they do not look at the credit report and what you bring in to make there decision

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    Reviewed By gins75 May 4, 2016

    Should not be allowed to take over banks

    I had the same issue as another poster with the takeover of NB&T bank. We had personal & business accounts that we were no longer able to access together. We received mailings for months stating that the change was in name only & in no way would affect our accounts. What a blatant lie! Not only did they change our account set up when I called to get it fixed I was on hold for 35 minutes until I got to speak to an unbelievably rude customer service rep. That's just the first issue.

    Next, I decided to change banks. We had a significant balance in our business account. First Midwest refused to honor the check I wrote to my new account. They kept trying to say it wasn't properly endorsed. Thankfully my new bank fought for me & got my money.

    I never had overdraft protection on my account at NB&T but when I withdrew all my $ from my personal account I missed a pending transaction & wrote a check that shouldn't have been honored. First Midwest took it upon themselves to put overdraft protection on my account, cash the check & proceed to charge me fees for 2 weeks before I was notified in the mail that my account was overdrawn & charged over $100 in fees (for a $13 check by the way).

    Absolutely terrible bank, stay far away from them

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    Reviewed By brentschn Apr 22, 2016

    Take over of NB&T - Disaster

    Used NB&T for both business and personal checking accounts. Had the ability to transfer funds between the business account and personal account - payroll, expense account reimbursements, overdrafts, etc... After the acquisition and changeover, I no longer have that ability.

    I have tried to make deposits via check to my personal account, and have had to actually cash the business check first, then deposit the cash to my account to do so. Cannot even put a business check into my personal bank account via ATM without it take 5 business days for the business check to clear the personal check.

    The personal bankers will blow smoke up your ass and tell you that the overdrafts are actually a small percentage of their business .However, everything, including their inability to accurately tell you your balance on the ATM machine over the weekends, points to their knowingly programming systems to take advantage of their debit card users.

    It is my opinion First Midwest Bank does this on purpose. It is my opinion that they make a huge amount on overdraft fees on current NB&T customers. It is also my opinion that First Midwest Bank is fraudulent bank with it's meat hooks in it's own customers.


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