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Regions Bank has 1,545 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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Regions Bank was established December 1927. That's more than 50 years ago! It holds assets of 124 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 10%. Lower is better!

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Regions Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(182 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By Emajors Apr 29, 2017

    Hours of operation

    Regions on a whole has been a great bank over 30 years. My complaint is, Saturday 1/2 day lobby hours. The website is not helpful. States no hours available. I know direct deposit, ATM is the way of the world. But we need a saturds lobby open day.... thank you

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    Reviewed By hlywud Apr 8, 2017

    Rates to High for wire transfers

    I sent a wire transfer for $100US from Canada to an account at your branch in Celebration Florida, turns out that the recipient got only $80 and a charge of $15 .

    I have to send another in January for $1725 US and am not sure what it will end up with in the hands of the recipient.

    SD Henderson

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    Reviewed By maryj Feb 12, 2017

    Regions has a thief in Mobile, AL and it is alright to remove someone from their account fraudulently, change the address fraudulently and steal over $42,000 in a year's time.

    While recovering from a near death experience in a hospital in Hawaii, 3 women with the help of someone at Regions in Mobile, AL removed me from our mother's bank account covered by a Durable Power of Attorney that was placed on her account in Oct 2007 in Mar 2010. I was never called, emailed or sent any written or pictorial documentation from Mar 2010 - April 2011 or anything to this day even though $42,242.99 was stolen from the account April 2010 - April 2011. To this day, I have never received any documentation except the documentation that your supposed fraud investigator, Bob Scheer who told me that he had 31 years of law enforcement experience on the phone Mar 2011.

    Who called him and told him after him that less then $3000 was stolen? Who gave Susan Walker, the original employee my sister, Debbie and I spoke with in person and tried to get the information listed above but was no go. She sent him a email and said that "some money" was stolen. I think over $42,000 is more then some money.

    Why did he never ask to speak with me and my sister at our hotel room or his office in Mobile or neutral territory? I also Grayson Hall, in Nov 2010, I sent a change of address for my statement and my mother's from my address overseas to my address in Idaho. I got mine but no phonecall, email or written documentation from your bank. I was shown a document by your bank personnel in Aug/Sept 2011 that listed my street address in the Marshall Islands, listed Joanne, the supposedly friend of my mother's and me as caretaker and was signed "Mary Randall."

    Problem. It is all false. The signature was not mine nor my mother's and she never signed her name "Mary Randall" on any legal document. My mother worked for the US government for 31 years and was in charge of Disbursement at the corp of Engineers in Mobile, AL and would never sign her name on any legal document nor ask anyone to sign her name either.

    I got mail at a US Army base by P.O. Box for 22 years and never got mail by street address nor did my mother ever take me off the account. She had her own P.O. Box at the assisted living she lived at for 3 years so why would she put Joanne on her bank account and never tell me about it. She did not do so and I also checked with the Mobile court system thinking about guardianship or conservatorship at in Aug/sept 2011 and Oct 2015 (5 courts) and was told that no guardianship or conservatorship or removing me off the account was granted. So everything was fraudulent and false. Mail Fraud twice plus theft, fraud, forgery, grand larceny

    The only good thing I can state about Regions is this - when I got my checking account statements or my mother's, the statement listed the date the check cleared, the check number and who the check was written out to, the amount of the check and the balance of the account.

    I like to know why your fraud investigator, Bob Scheer when I was told that he had not been contacted by the bank and told that Regions had a theft, why he did not call me back and ask my how I knew that there was a thief working in Mobile stealing people's money. I can tell a big difference between your bank Grayson Hall and one in Los Vegas where I had a friend who called me about her friend in Vegas who was on her mother's bank account covered by a Durable Power of Attorney. After the daughter reviewed her phone messages and discovered a phone message from the bank concerning 3 checks totaling $25,000, she asked her mother about these checks and was told that her mother had been threatened and the bank in Los Vegas sent a fraud investigator to speak with the mother and daughter. The money was eventually recovered but not so with Regions. Don't open account with regions until they get ride of the thieves in Mobile possibly the theft at the Fraud dept. How do you investigate someone who wants to apply for a job at Regions whether at one of the bank branches or the fraud dept or the internet banking dept.?

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