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PNC Bank has 2,696 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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PNC Bank was established December 1803. That's more than 200 years ago! It holds assets of 350 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 9%. Lower is better!

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PNC Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(342 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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  • G
    Reviewed By ghgb Oct 20, 2016

    no customer consideration

    Just want to give a heads up to all PNC customers/credit card holders: this month i was late making my credit card payment by about 5 hours and PNC charged me a $25.00 late fee. I didn't realize that online payments had to be made before 5 pm. I have been a PNC account holder for a long time, even before PNC took over this particular company. So, not only does my credit card business mean nothing to PNC, but my checking and savings means nothing to them. I guess my little working class income isn’t enough for them to forgive a $25 late for on a $35 pay due. Add to that, my neighborhood branch has an un-accessible ATM, due to all the bars on that street, there is never anywhere to park when you want to use the ATM, therefore, I end up using the ATM at my neighborhood gas station. SO SAVE YOURSELF SOME TROUBLE: DON’T BANK WITH PNC!! Please share this with any other social media accounts you may have to save your friends…

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  • C
    Reviewed By CarolynBell Oct 14, 2016

    No one answers the phone!

    I am new to PNC. When I visited the Riverbend Way Branch to set up my account, the Branch Manger gave me his business card to call if I had any questions. I tried to call, THREE times on a Friday afternoon -- was twice was put on hold with no one ever picking up; and the third time an actual person did answer, but immediately asked me to hold and never returned. I tried emailing the branch manager, via his email address on the business card that he gave to me, but I received an "auto reply" that he was out of the office for the next 10 days -- and no other individual was listed to contact in his absence. All I needed to know was the bank's routing number! Other banks have their routing number listed on the website--I could not locate this information on the Riverbend website. VERY POOR customer service! Do yourself a favor and go to Capital One Bank!!

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  • J
    Reviewed By jzhang0125 Oct 13, 2016


    First I had to admit it was my fault that I didn't do thorough research before I chose PNC as my final choice of lender. You would think since they are a such big bank you don't have to worry too much right? WRONG. I walked in with a contract and it took them no time to pre-approved me. Everything after that is less pleasant. 3 days before our closing date, we heard from our loan officer informing us the underwriter does not think we have enough money to close. I have no idea what our loan officer was doing in the past month if they think we don't have enough money. I think the gift money my parents sent me (from a foreign country) add complication to my case. However, it seems like the underwriter is having a hard time figuring out when and where our cash towards closing came from even though we have provided documents showing 401k loan and liquidation of our other assets. In the underwriter's little simple mind, 20,000 in our cash pool was gift. I didn't receive the gift until 9/21. Shouldn't any cash before that point considered OUR money? I don't know why and how the underwriter couldn't understand this. So instead of showing proof of 42000 for closing, we now have to show 62000 (minus 20000)? What the heck PNC? Do you get your underwriter from high school drop out pool? Also, their appraisal took FOREVER! It didn't take them long to charge me for the service though. My credit card got charged the second day and we had to wait for our appraisal for 20 days to deliver?! At the mean time, they kept pushing us to sign a waiver for having the appraisal delivered at least 3 days before closing. The government makes this a law for a reason. Why on the earth do I want to sign this? And $500 dollars couldn't get me some piece of documents in a week?

    I cannot wait to be done with this damn thing. and I will NOT recommend PNC for anyone to take a loan.

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