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Old National Bank has 224 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 uses an ATM network, but we are not aware of it.

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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

(20 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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  • T
    Reviewed By thelastphass May 20, 2016

    Crooked employees

    Had been a customer at a bank that Old National bought out for over 10 years. The account had my name plus my fathers. When Old National sent out courtesy checks they had both names of the checks all statement had both names on them. When another relative was forging signatures and stealing money this bank would not help. I was told my name was not on the account at all. I ask for a signature card and was told they did not have one on this account. Employee then added the person stealing to the account. Now my father had only a few days to live but they forced him ( or forged signature) to sign a new signature card. He could not even get into the bank the employee took it to him. The day my father died the bank had issued checks with out my name or my fathers on it. Funny the account had been in mi e and his name only for over 17 years and employees took it upon there self to remove names from account and I'm guess destroy the original signature card. Do not use this bank unless you want to steal or take advantage of someone. In which case you will need to work out a deal with Ginny at the Madison location. She is they one who personally made sure she dealt with everything and don't worry if you ask to speak with the manager well they will just slam the door in your face. But before this all happened I liked the bank and had several account there.

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  • D
    Reviewed By dlb Mar 24, 2016


    Like many other people, my original bank (Monroe County Bank in Indiana) was bought out by Old National. I loved Monroe County Bank, the employees were helpful and considerate, and the bank had reasonable policies. I can't say either about Old National.

    I recently retired from my job to care for my autistic son, and my husband is the sole breadwinner. My account at ONB has a very small balance because I'm no longer receiving paychecks. Because of this, they treat me like a criminal any time I need to cash a check. I received "lost" funds from the State of Indiana yesterday, it was a check for $220.00. I was told that I could NOT cash the check because I would then be -$200.00. What??? I was only given the option of depositing the check with a 1 day hold, and then I could use my debit card to get to the funds. This is a state-issued check, not a two-party check!! They also charge $7.00/month for service charge fees. Ridiculous ... I don't know of any other local bank that does this! Their customer service is terrible as well, the employees are rude and snippy.

    I'm closing my account tomorrow when my funds are available, and will start banking with a reputable company. I will continue to spread the word to avoid these criminals.

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  • J
    Reviewed By jl100 Feb 18, 2016

    Unfair practices. Time to move on to better banks and financial institutions

    I have noticed that this is a very profitable bank.
    They do it by charging high fees, and often fees that should not have been charged.
    I am somewhat loyal because of the bank they purchased, Founders Bank & Trust.
    There are still very nice people working there, but I expect they will leave eventually.
    This are a greedy bank that will eventually lose market share.
    A credit union may be in my future (LMCU?). Or, perhaps, a local bank like United Bank.
    My wife is with Huntington, and never experiences the crap dished out by Old National.
    Just about done with this group.

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