Is anyone else having difficulty finding any information about potential compromised accounts? I got back from vacation with a new card and PIN in my mailbox (yikes) with no warning from TriCounties. I called and they said they sent a letter -- (I hadn't received the letter). They won't tell me any info other than I am one of about 2,300 people whose accounts have been "compromised." I don't know when or how. Just curious I guess.
I will say there on line banking is very user friendly and easy to use, but they charge alot of fee,s . One expierence I had that left me less then satisfied. I went into the bank to ask a question about my account, and they informed me i would have to call the 1-800 number and pointed to a phone that was sitting on a desk. I do 99% of my banking online and rarely step foot inside the Bank, so I asked them what kind of service can i expect for the $10.00 a month that I have been paying for years. Not much I am betting.
I'm an ex employee, this company sucks, i know of bank employees in the sacramento area that forge customer signatures themselves in order to get credit for a sale and incentive the regional manager is aware and actually promotes this as long as she don't get caught,rumors within the bank are she faked signatures and falsfied document at Wells Fargo also and was let go. There HR director is blind old man named Miller he covers for executives that do naughty things within the company (google it up in old chico newspapers under "Tri Counties Bank Sued
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