U.S. Bank should wear masks. They are thieves!
We opened a small business account and got our credit card system set up with them. We went out of business on December 2011 (almost 6 months ago) even though we owned the terminal. They continued to charge us for months. We tried several times to get in touch with our U.S.bank Rep, whom didn’t return our calls until 3 months later (April) .His only excuse was that his phone didn’t work. Then he gave us a number to call, which we did and were told to wait for a form and then fax it back. We faxed it 4 times since then. Today June 11, 2012 they have taken 357 dollars and caused us $165 in fees
and we still haven’t got a confirmation of any type.
The amazing thing is, that they haven’t provided any service for us in 6 months. There haven’t been any transactions, nor telephone line or electricity. And yet every month the amount they charge is different.
What should we do?
We had our mortgage sold to this bank. The way my husband's checks go we pay a little late every month, but around the same time every month. We email them to let them know the date the check will be sent out and it's always sent on that day. We receive about 8-10 calls a week from them until the check is received. We call and they tell us unless we tell them the exact date the payment would be sent out the check could get sent back. We tell them and yet are constantly called even BEFORE the mortgage is late! What bank will send a payment BACK for not telling them an exact date for a payment???? Do they not want your money??? They are ALWAYS rude and inconsiderate and NEVER understanding or helpful. It is horrible customer service! I would never, EVER, pick this bank on my own for any needs.
The ATM Machine would not accept my deposit. I had to go to work, but right after work, I found another ATM that was working which I was able to make a deposit then. However, by that time, the bank had already debited my account for an overdraft. If the ATM was working, I would have not had the overdraft. I called US Bank, the Resolution Specialist, Luza was short with me.