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Huntington Bank has 1,203 branches nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a large bank that services an entire region in the country, and has ATM locations, but we are not currently tracking them.

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Huntington Bank was established January 1866. That's more than 150 years ago! It holds assets of 100 billion US dollars. This is considered a large national bank that most likely serves a large portion of the country. 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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Huntington Branches Customer Reviews

(186 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By regal350 Feb 21, 2017

    Just another victim I guess..

    Very, very long story, shorter..., I was with First Merit and had weekly recurring payments setup with them every payday, Friday, for more than three years. The same amount of money to the same accounts for over three years! Every Monday First Merit would post the monies paid to my account. Except when a holiday fell on Monday, First Merit would post the monies paid to my account on payday, Friday.

    This is exactly what happened for Presidents day ( which was some genius' idea of a good day to finalize a BANK merger.. Cause there's sooo much consistency with banking procedures and HOLIDAYS!) So First Merit posts my recurring payments on Friday and now Monday I'm a Huntington banker. So Huntington takes my recurring payments and has them pending to be paid again on Tuesday!

    I call, attempt to explain.. to no avail. In fact after AN HOUR on the phone i get transferred to a "supervisor" so that THEY can better explain to ME why I'm paying the same bills twice within 5 days!!

    The supervisor finally seems to understand my complaint but tells me there is NOTHING they can do. Too late to stop the payments he said.

    The payments had already been paid.. but because First Merit and Huntington had differences on when money gets posted I get FORCED to pay double on my bills!!

    Seriously? An HOUR on the phone and that's what i get? Who cares? Nothing can be done.. oh well, not my money?? I didn't choose the merger! I get brushed to the side because of a very poorly executed one!? I did NOT have any issues whatsoever when Citizens became First Merit. That, to me, says it all!!

    The problem is Huntington! I refuse to stay with any financial institution that cares so little about MY money! Zero of my business will ever be with Huntington Bank!

    Take that to the bank! ( but not Huntington or you'll lose)

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    Reviewed By Leos_Dad1976 Feb 15, 2017

    Very happy with Huntington!

    Wow, after reading some of the reviews, I was afraid of my choice of banks. I read my welcome kit/e-mail for both my checking and savings accounts, and it seems pretty cut and dried.

    Banks and other businesses are there to make money, but can still be customer service oriented and friendly; both of which I've found Huntington to be. Both branches near me are very friendly and welcoming when I walk in; and I am always greeted with a smile.

    If you read what they send you, or the initial terms and conditions before opening an account, or have a basic, working knowledge of financial institutions, this is a great, straight-forward bank.

    Simple rule - don't overdraft your account, you won't be assessed fees.

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    Reviewed By MR2010 Feb 4, 2017


    I have an auto loan with Huntington. The vehicle has always had comprehensive and collision insurance (fully covered). About 5-6 months ago, for whatever reason, Huntington was under the impression the vehicle only had collision insurance. As such, Huntington assessed a large penalty fee to protect their asset. I had Allstate fax over the appropriate documentation for my proof of insurance, with absolutely no lapse in coverage. Huntington said it would be taken care of. The insurance penalty fee was supposed to be removed from my account. About a month goes by with no change. I still have the fee on my account. I called again. This time I ended up on a three way call with Allstate and Huntington. Allstate explained, again, the vehicle is covered. Faxed over the declaration. Again, time goes by, no change. I still have a penalty fee (and now late payment fee because the insurance penalty fee was not paid) on my account. Called Huntington for a third time, they can't even find a record of me ever calling and settling the matter. Faxed over the paperwork, again. Now, they claim the matter will be resolved in a few weeks and my account will be refunded. But this is like the boy who cried wolf. At best, customer service at Huntington is highly incompetent and they do not communicate between departments. At worst, the bank steals your money. I'm trying to get out ASAP. In the very near future, I will either refinance with a bank with better service or trade in the vehicle and just buy a used car for cash. Overall, horrible banking experience.

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