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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

(13 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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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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    Reviewed By Phoebe2016 Apr 13, 2016

    Either Get Your Staff Trained or Close-PLEASE

    We have struggled with this bank for over a year, and we strongly suggest you use your mattress or some ceramic piggy bank to stash your cash rather than First Midwest.

    We received K-1 tax forms for our 2015 return on March 29th. Yes, March 29th. These are for an inherited IRA. My brother, who is in the Armed Services and stationed in Japan, received his forms with the box FOREIGN BENEFICIARY checked. He's a U.S. citizen, filing from his home on a military base (Okinawa).
    I could make a list of mistakes and service issues, but the bottom line is that an attorney recommended this bank to us - stupidly, we listened, Statements were of thousands of dollars at one point. They were just so difficult to deal with. Address changes submitted 7 times, mail still sent to former addresses. It goes on and on.

    Sloppy and unprofessional. There are many other choices. Pick another bank.

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    Reviewed By gretchen Feb 27, 2016

    Awful Bank I Hate They Took Over Great Lakes Bank

    I originally was with Great Lakes Bank for 15yrs. Midwest Bank took them over last year. It's been awful ever since. They constantly block my card usage regardless of the amount from $50 - $1000 for apparent reason. Then they never contact you to inform you of the block. They block my card on Feb 5 and I had to call them to release the block on Feb 27th. I never use my card because its a 50/50 chance it won't go through and it's so embarrassing ! I have 2 other accounts at Chase and Capital One and they send me texts and emails to inform me of suspicious activity. This bank isn't tech savvy. Once I change a couple of direct deposit accounts, I'm closing this account ASAP. It's a shame because this our neighborhood bank when it was Great Lakes Bank and you even knew the girls' names that worked there. Don't bank here, you'll be disappointed!

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