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.
We opened a business account with Webster a couple of years ago. We have had bumps and issues along the way on way too many occasions, but changing banks is time consuming when you are a business - especially for a merchant who uses an account for deposits and withdrawals of credit card transactions.
The final straw that has prompted us to leave this bank is the unexpectedly outrageous fees we just realized were being charged to our business by this bank - completely unexpected fees. Beware if you are a business! This bank goes out of its way to solicit business customers, but we did not find it business friendly at all - quite the contrary.
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I received an "invitation to save", the notice says I was "pre-qualified".
Dear Albert. Need money to pay off credit cards? offer: up to 25k with interest as low as 7.99% APR.
Well yes, I would like to pay off and close 3 cards with high interest, so I went to the local branch. They were very nice but a little shocked to see the notice. Manager said "I wish they would let us know when they send out these letters". I should have known then something was up.
In days I got a notice with my credit score 712, 10 days later I got a notice that I am declined because of excessive obligations in relation to income. My obligations are the same as when I received the notice. I wish they never contacted me. What a waste of time.