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Old National Bank has 175 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is an established bank that has presence across at least one state, and most likely has ATM locations.

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Old National Bank was established August 1907. That's more than 100 years ago! It holds assets of 11.8 billion US dollars. This is considered a large bank that most likely serves a large portion of their region. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 14%. Lower is better!

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Old National Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(17 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By Ahahn Nov 13, 2015

    Stay Away From This Bank!!!

    Stay away from this joke of a bank. The are snakes and deserve to be shut down. They will find any way to rip money from you with the it outlandish fees.

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  • R
    Reviewed By Roo1017 May 17, 2015

    No longer a hometown bank.

    I've been with ONB for 15 years. I've watched them grow over the years, increase their fees, and decrease their customer service. I've stuck by them. Over the last year I've become more frustrated. They held my work bonus for two weeks because "it was more than my usual deposit", even though I routinely deposit over $5k in this particular account every month, and they were too lazy to call and verify the check. They deposited a cash deposit into the wrong account and then acted like I was the liar when I called them, then I had to drive all the way across town back to the bank and show them my receipt. Their tellers routinely make customers wait while they finish their conversations and texts before they help customers. Their mobile app can no longer deposit checks. The monthly fee is now $8.95 because I was somehow "upgraded" to a different type of account.

    I noticed an overdraft charge this week. I called the Evansville customer service number. I was promptly told that they don't deal with overdraft fees and I needed to call the branch where the account was opened. I don't live anywhere near the branch where this account was opened. I haven't used that branch for probably seven or eight years. I asked if I could transfer my account to a branch that is actually near my home. The customer service lady said that if making a phone call was that big of a deal, she'd take my number and have my "home" branch call me.

    So I had to call the original branch, where I was told that somewhere between posting transactions for Thursday night and a direct deposit going in Friday, an automatic bill pay came through and was pending on the account and the available balance fell into a negative. Despite the fact that my posted balance is not and will not be negative, I got slapped with a $38 fee because my available balance was less than zero for two hours. There is NO bank that charges overdraft fees based of a transaction that hasn't even posted. Goodbye, ONB.

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  • S
    Reviewed By sbeuerle Apr 28, 2015

    Leave Now

    We were United Bank and Trust customers for over 17 years. Have all our accounts with them 2 business accounts, Ck account and a savings account. Old National takes over back in September of 2014. During this time a loan we had with UBT came up for renewal. A loan that was 10,000 and we only used 9,346 of it. But it was not a revolving line of credit in Old National terms. I always made my payments online on time went to make the October payment and it says late fee of 654.00 (which was what is left of the 10000) So I go to the bank and they explain to me we the loan came up during the transition period and we just need to fill out new paperwork and get it switched over? So in October we filled out all the paperwork to re-up the loan. Mind you I am in this bank 3 to 4 times a week making deposits for other accounts. I am asking can I make a payment on this, how is the loan paperwork going have you heard anything etc. Old National says, No haven't heard anything I will keep you posted. This goes on for a couple of months they year tax returns. Take those up to them blah blah blah. February we get a call from some woman in the Special Assessment Department tells my husband "we will not be redoing your loan and I suggest that you find another bank to do this loan along with the other mortgage" MIND YOU we have never been late on any payment and we have excellent credit. She also tells him that she doesn't know how we live because we are poor. Seriously you tell people they are poor. After several months of trying to settle this we finally get a letter with various dates. First page is dated on April 1st while the second page is dated April 24th. She is the VP of Special Assessments and this is how her letter is presented to us. On the email that she sent me with this paperwork attached she said "don't worry about the dates they are stale" and it says that first payment due 4/24/15 final pymt due 5/30/15. So now it's a battle to keep this off our credit report.

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