For a large bank, PNC has made me feel like an important customer even though I don't have much money. I give them 5 stars because they exceed my expectations. If I had lots of money, though, I would be disappointed that they sometimes make mistakes.
I have the free consumer checking account.
* Friendly and prompt service, easily reached on the phone, online, and in person
* Excellent online banking app that is constantly in development
* Online bill payment: they will cut checks to arbitrary payees and mail them for you. The whole process takes 4 maybe 5 days. I save money on stamps and never have to order checks.
* They sometimes make mistakes: When they sent me a replacement check card, they said the PIN would remain the same. Well it wasn't the same and it wasn't until 2 days after it arrived that the new PIN arrived in a separate letter. Also, they incorrectly stated that a particular ATM of theirs accepted deposits.
My husband and I lose money week after week the online banking is never accurate and the phone service is never accurate, then when you call them on it they make up some crazy way to say that there fees are correct this bank is terrible I would never in a million years refer this bank to anyone
On Wednesday November 27th, 2013 at the PNC Champaign, IL Kirby/Mattis branch, I was deliberately scammed out of $475 by teller Brandon. I gave him bills to condense into $100's. He tried to call my $20 dollar bills $1 dollar bills and when I found out, he said it was a "mistake". I didn't even give him any $1 dollar bills. I got all of my money back, but I am letting everyone know to be aware of this scam by this teller. Bank manager [Redacted] is aware of the situation. Apparently Dave Henry thinks that is perfectly OK and believes it was a "mistake" and won't fire Brandon for that.