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PNC Bank has 2,567 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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Learn more about PNC Bank

PNC Bank was established December 1803. That's more than 200 years ago! It holds assets of 364 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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Latest Customer Reviews

    Reviewed By TrishR Feb 14, 2018


    his bank does not want to give out THEIR OWN cash! We brought a friend there so they could cash their check from pnc.
    Went to cash the check that was written to her by pnc bank. She had her license. The teller lady says no. Said she needed more id to do it said bring in another form of id, like electric bill or something. HOW IS AN ELECTRIC BILL a form of id?! It does not have a picture or even a signature ec.
    We drove 45 minutes to this bank to cash a check that came from them pnc. She asked for the manager and the teller lady refused. Oh, and to top it off they want to charge her a $10 fee to cash THEIR check!
    OH and when you internet search pnc bank a bunch of ATMs come up not an actual physical bank branch building....hmm food for thought pnc is goin outta business! After reading online reviews of pnc in Florida and east coast area I don't doubt that thought.
    Go to Chase bank or USBANK they are wonderful and would NEVER give you this kind of hassle to recieve monies owed to you by them.

    P.S. we are on our way back 2nd 45 min trip with plenty of "id's" we shall see how this turns out.

    Too bad you can't give a negative star rating

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    Reviewed By snewman26 Jan 3, 2018

    I Love PNC Bank

    I have been banking with PNC since I was 17 years old. I am writing this review because I was thanked for being a loyal customer for 23 years this morning. I have tried other banks including Chase, Bank of America, Wachovia (now Wells Fargo) and Charles Schwab. Aside from Charles Schwab and my credit union, PNC Bank has consistently offered a wide array of products to meet my financial needs. I also am thankful because when I was younger, I was extremely irresponsible and made choices that made it where I could not get a bank account at any bank. When I went into PNC Bank once I learned of fees that I owed them, a woman who apparently opened by account four years prior, allowed me to pay the fees, open a savings account and noted that if I did not have any issues for one year I would be allowed to have a checking account again. I did exactly what the woman told me to do, I was responsible with my money and my account and fast forward 15 years and I have a checking, savings, IRA, Brokerage and two credit accounts. 15 years ago after being an irresponsible person took a chance and allowed me to have an account and for that, I am eternally grateful. They could simply have collected the fees I owed them and never allowed me to open an account with them again.

    While I have accounts with other banks, PNC will always remain my primary bank. They have grown significantly and I have noticed that calling into the call center can be frustrating if not draining, but I am lucky to have a branch across the street from my office and luckily, this one teller has been there since they opened. She knows me by name and I know her. The management and customer service representatives have changed and sadly there have been some hiccups, but this one teller, Audrey, is always able to fix everything and is extremely pleasant, professional and welcoming.

    I am sorry to all those other people who have had horrible experiences with PNC Bank. Banks by their nature suck but I am lucky that I have not had some of the horror experiences that others have posted on this site.

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    Reviewed By peterson4sha Dec 18, 2017

    Worst experience EVER! Do NOT trust them!

    PNC purchased my loan from another lender and it has been nothing but problems ever since. For the last 7 months I have been attempting to resolve problems with insurance and an increase in my mortgage payment. With EACH phone call I get more tap dancing. I do not trust ANYTHING they say. To this point this has cost me hundreds of dollars and at least 60 hours on the phone. I will refinance! Warning watch you statements! They do "Off Cycle Escrow Evaluations" and increase payments and DO NOT give notice.

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