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Regarding: notary services. Today, i visited with my son, one of your pnc bank located on ludlow ave, cincinnati. I have my company provided business debit card and its great and today i wanted a notary signature on a document. (called in advance saying the same)
i would have been happy if the counter clerk said, that they could not honor because i am not customer. I need to wait before he completed looking into his computer system for 15min after getting my pnc business card and driver license. He could do better and be more decision making with your software. I like to see pnc prosper. With that purpose in mind, if you could provide notary services free of cost or for a charge that would provide your bank credibility in the local community rather than refusing the customer.
My message to you is mesmerize the visitor with whatever you can do with something behind the service. For example, there were two student who visited exactly like me but before me in line and they could not get notary service because they are not customers (i think its the easy way to lose future customers). They offered to ask if the bank likes to charge them a fee and help them. The clerk politely replied "no".
People are sensitive and i am one of them. I doubt i recommend pnc to anybody or would be reserved before i could. If your core competency is not servicing (the small stuff and connecting to the local community), i think online banks like ing orange and charles schwab would be ideal choice and do far better work for every customer. Wish you get well. Hari m a
it is possible, i am missing something that pnc has already considered (except taking too long until i said it before the clerk decides that they can not notarize my document)
I've had a lot of problems with the online banking. Many times, when I've tried to access my account and go to the activity page, I get the circle which spins for as long as you are online. Then I was locked out of my account because I used the wrong password too many times. Funny how the same thing happened with my business account, but without me doing anything, it resolved itself in two days. No such luck with my personal account. I called the customer service line and had to listen to lousy music for 55 minutes before someone would pick up my line. They had it fixed in very short order. So if you have a lot of patience, go ahead and use PNC online banking
I have been a customer with PNC for many years now and have seen the bank go through many changes. Currently, I have the Performance Select banking feature package, and this is the highest level of service offered. I have had a variety of service levels with PNC over the years, so I will be able to provide an overview of my banking experience.
In my opinion, PNC bank has some terrific features that make it a great bank to do business-- you will be able to find many local branches all over, PNC ATMs are also widely available (and exclusively available at WAWA markets), PNC ATMs in their branches offer many account features and the newer ones no longer require envelops for deposits, most branches that I have visited have staff that give a more personal and friendly portrayal to you as a customer.
While all of the above is nice, there are of course bad points too: PNC is a very very slow bank in terms of processing loan payments. PNC is the slowest bank that I know of (tied with Bank of America), where in my experience, Chase is the fastest. PNC is also slow in terms of reporting updates to the three credit bureaus (sometimes they are two+ months behind in reporting, and again, Chase is the fastest here too).
For my slowness comment, I actually did speak to a bank representative regarding this. I was given an explanation for the slowness with information that as a customer I really do not care about. "Payments have to go through two different systems, which causes delays in posting."
Their website is now up-to-date and fabulous (all expect for making loan payments as noted above). I just think it is time to bring the rest of their internal systems into the modern era.