I have a loan for my condo through them. On more than one occasion they signed me up for bogus "insurance" on my condo, even though the unit is already insured through the condo association. They want to try any way possible to increase my payment, hoping I won't have the time to jump through hoops to bring it back to what its supposed to be. How can they sign me up for double insurance on my property if I never agreed to it? Criminals.
My name is Dawn and I work for Webster. I sent your message to our customer service team and asked that they reach out to you via the email. We have been in touch to try to get the documentation that's needed with you and your agent, so that is what is happening. We will be happy to discuss the details in private, and you should be receiving an email from us today.
Received 2 overdraft fees when my account statement still showed my account positive wouldn't wave the fees and was told pending debit card transactions caused it which ridiculous don't bank here they post things so they can charge you overdrafts. There gonna lose my family as customers which have a huge amount of money in them.
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EDIT: Since posting the following review, Webster has reached out to me to resolve this issue, and I am very pleased with the outcome.
I had a personal loan with Webster and opened a checking account with them to save a quarter of a percentage point of interest on the loan. At 17%, I paid over $1000 in interest in only 7 months on my $9900 loan, so I shopped for a better deal. When I found one, I immediately paid off my remaining balance. Because I only opened my checking account to save on the interest in the first place, I decided to close that account as well. When I went into the branch I was told that because I had pending transactions they couldn't close it, but if I wanted I could withdraw the remaining the balance and they would close the account for me the following day. Not my idea, but sounded like a good plan. The following day, a charge from 2 weeks prior for $6 posted, causing previous pending transactions to overdraft. Here I am with $80 in fees. Not bank error I'm told. Can't do anything for you I'm told. Mind you I have never overdrawn my account with them previously. Mind you, I wouldn't have withdrawn this money in the first place if I wasn't advised of this in the first place. Bank error is kind of a general term, is it not? I was told I could take my balance, minus the pending the transactions, and my account would be closed for me the next day. We did not go over a list of my transactions or discuss what cleared or didn't clear. I wasn't in front of a computer looking at my account. I took their word for it. Shame on me. They can't do anything for me? More like they won't. I feel like if I wasn't closing my account, they might treat this differently. They made $1000 on me in the previous 7 months, now any good will they might have built with me is being thrown away over $80. Any chance of me ever applying for another loan with them just went right out the window. Potential $1000's in interest lost over $80. Seems like bad banking to me.
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