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Zions Bank has 482 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is an established bank that has presence across at least one state, and most likely uses an ATM network, but we are not aware of it.

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Zions Bank was established July 1873. That's more than 100 years ago! It holds assets of 18.4 billion US dollars. This is considered a large bank that most likely serves a large portion of their region. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 6%. Lower is better!

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Zions Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(23 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By nfarrell Dec 13, 2015

    Awful customer service

    I would give zero stars if I could. Customer service employees are exceptionally rude. Their ATM at the Foothill branch just took my debit card and checks for deposit and then froze with my stuff inside the machine. When I called and asked for help, my only option was to wait until the branch opens on Monday morning and close my debit card in the meantime. The people on the phone suggested it was my fault and then berated me for expressing my frustration. They have also lost checks the were deposited through the ATM. We will also be switching banks even though I have banked with Zions for twenty years and it will be a monumental pain. What a joke this bank is.

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  • S
    Reviewed By Same Nov 24, 2015

    They don't know shit!

    They won't let me transfer money into my other account! Since when can I not transfer money into my own account?!?!?! I have been doing it since I set up my account 11 years ago...... I went to a different location and they said that was bs!!! Going to start going to a different bank! The girl who wouldn't let me transfer name is erma. Thanks erma!!!!

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    Reviewed By Tryan Sep 11, 2015

    After 18 years, I am done with the copious amount of fees and lack of concern for my money.

    There was a time when I loved Zions. Unfortunately, it now seems customers are nothing more than a way to increase their revenue.
    I was dumb enough to think if I made a purchase and deposited the money to cover said purchase, before the money was withdrawn the next day, I would be ok and not incur fees as I knew for a fact what time the purchase would go through. Even though I did make the deposits before the money was withdrawn, I was charged fees because 'that's bank policy' if a merchant does a preauthorization. I know of other banks that don't do this so I will be switching to another bank.
    I also noticed my savings account dwindling every month by $3. Service fees. I never kept a lot of money in there because I never saw it grow when I did anyway, but if you want to earn interest on a savings account, Zions is definitely not the place for you.
    When I went in to close my savings account, the teller made no apologies or even showed the slightest bit of concern that I was closing an 18 yr old account. I told her my checking would soon follow after some transactions posted, but again, no sign of the slightest concern. So, I guess I that's that. Zions, you have lost another customer and one day, we will all add up. Especially after more hear about you aiding in senior citizen fraud.

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