Too many experiences over the last 5 years to share all. High points:
Changing primary members on a business account, requiring no less than 6 visits in person only to find the original names were still on the account more than six months later.
No way (even temporarily) to raise the limit on a DEBIT card beyond $5,000. I fail to see their risk when there is 10-20x the amount requested in the account. Eventually I gave up arguing with them and just used ACH/wire transfers when necessary.
Final straw, getting dinged $3/deposit ticket accessed online ($300+ in total, yes, the fee is listed in the bowels of their fee document, but nothing notifies you as you access it online). Their response after having an account in good standing with an average balance > $100k for over 5 years? "You should have known that, it's in the fee document".
I hope the fee is worth it, I don't understand how this bank stays in business.
I have a great experience every time I come there the tellers are so friendly
Worst bank ever' they are too big and inefficient to provide good service. It took 9 days to process a bank to bank payment. I was forced to place a stop payment on the bak to bak draft payment. I had to go to a branch to make my home equity line payment. They receive my payment 3 days before the due date. However, they arbitrarily freeze my account. I received a piece of pauper statin that freeze my account due to default despite that they received my payment ahead of time and $19,970 more than the minimum payment. The piece of paper has initials JG, no information about my rights, nor a disclosure where to summit a grievance or complaint. I had to submit a complaint at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to fight for this abusive behavior of PNC Bank