Simple

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About the Bank

While Simple might seem like a bank, all of Simple's banking services actually come from their partner bank, the Bancorp Bank. Funds live in FDIC-insured accounts with The Bancorp Bank, and Simple provides everything else. Simple allows members to make purchases with a Simple Visa® Card, deposit checks using their smartphone app (coming soon), set up direct deposit, earn interest, pay bills, transfer money, withdraw cash from over 40,000 ATMs, and more. Beautifully-designed web and mobile apps, no surprise fees, and real customer service.

Simple Fees

  • National Average
  • Monthly Inactivity $0 $6
  • Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft) $0 $30
  • Stop Payment item $0 $27
  • Return Deposit $0 $13
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound) $0 $22
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound) $0 $10
  • Non-Bank ATM $0
    Non-STARsf ATMs: ATM Operator Fee May Apply
    $1

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    Reviewed By Caumberg Mar 27, 2018

    Turned down, and they won't tell me why

    Since my current bank's has been giving me nothing but issues since I got my new phone, and they've had issues in the past, I decided to look into a secondary checking account where I could use it for a while and see how itgoes until I decide if I want to make the full switch. I looked into Simple Bank because I saw good things online. I applied, I got denied. And for no better reason other than they "can't verify my identity," which they won't actually tell me if that's the REAL reason, and what part of my application flagged their system in case I wanted to try it again. Excuse me? I've never had an issue with getting a credit card, bank account, loan, or ANYTHING, and all of a sudden it starts with a company that I've heard has had so very few issues overall? And to top it all off, because I applied once, I can't use any of the login information I used before to try again. So my email address and username that I use for literally EVERYTHING IN MY LIFE will be forever flagged and unable to be used. This is absolute bulls***. There was nothing "Simple" about this, and I would not recommend anyone consider this company for their banking needs. Guess it's time to give Chime a chance.

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    Reviewed By BTDCJAJ Feb 17, 2018

    Account closed, no appeal

    Account was closed and my money returned (by check) with no explanation (other than a "security" issue). Unable to get any information by phone or through web site.

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    Reviewed By cranked801 Dec 28, 2017

    Wow. They have turned around completely. They are a different company than they once were.

    Okay, so after my phone call today 10:00am MST 12/28/17 (which i was on hold for 32 minutes before someone named Magaly L picked up) I have decided to close down my, and my wife's, Simple account. This is largely due to the incompetent and inexistent customer service that I, and by the looks of it, many others have experienced over the last 3 months. My frustration started when I decided to try using Simple again by having a new card sent to me. I didn't hear back from the support message until a week later, which was someone confirming my address before sending my new card, then i confirmed it, didn't hear back that it was sent until 1 more week went by. Then they say they only send it USPS which takes a couple of weeks to get to me. I never received it. So this is a process that has taken about a month to take care of. If I was a bank, you think I'd want my customers getting my card and using it right away. When I message AMEX about needing a new card, i have one overnighted ASAP.

    So I ended up communicating again by to a Sean J in the support section, expressing my of the website who mentioned that they were sorry for all the long delays with support and that they would be able to Expedite a new card to me with a tracking number if I would be willing to continue my journey with Simple. I eventually told them yes that i would be willing to give them another shot, because in truth, i really loved simple, they were a great company at the time i used them in the past. They offered great support, a great app, and a fun way to budget my money. Unfortunately, i never heard confirmation that my new card was coming in the mail.

    Fast forward to today, when i have time to call them on the phone and get some verbal confirmation rather than waiting weeks for a reply on my support message. I finally talk to someone on the phone. I saw some light out of the tunnel. Once i get new cards, i don't have to deal with their support again! (or so i thought). The support representative saw the message from Sean J about expediting me a new card and understood some of my frustrations and put me on hold to get authorization to send me a new card. She came back with bad news, I was going to have to WAIT two weeks for a new card to be sent USPS. I laughed and told her how blown away i was with their support. I then mentioned i was going to close my account. I heard back from the support rep, "Just because you are closing your account, it doesn't change my mind on expediting you a new card." I told her that I actually felt bad for them, I originally ranted and raved about them, but they are now a garbage company, with garbage support. All it would have taken was to send me a new card in an expedited manner due to the frustration with support i've received over the last few months. They weren't willing to do that, in fact, they seemed almost relieved that i was closing my account down. In case you are wondering, I was never rude, belittling, or raised my voice with the support representative. I understand that I was talking to a low-level representative reading scripts and procedures. So it wasn't my goal to make her day worse than it probably already was. But to have two support reps immediately move toward helping me close my account seems odd. You should always have some sort of retention with your customers. Unless all you care about is your customer-base dying, so you can be faster with your support messages. See this message from their marketing team : "If you can hold off on contacting us unless something urgent comes up, wed so appreciate it. That will help us catch up and get back to our normal response times." When you are a bank dealing with money, you can't expect to send a message like this. Poor taste.

    They are a different company after being bought out. They are not the same company I was used to dealing with. I will be closing my account and my wife's account down ASAP. If you are reading this thinking it'll be a fun company. Think again. They are nothing but a flashy, trendy app and website.

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    Reviewed By Caumberg Mar 27, 2018

    Turned down, and they won't tell me why

    Since my current bank's has been giving me nothing but issues since I got my new phone, and they've had issues in the past, I decided to look into a secondary checking account where I could use it for a while and see how itgoes until I decide if I want to make the full switch. I looked into Simple Bank because I saw good things online. I applied, I got denied. And for no better reason other than they "can't verify my identity," which they won't actually tell me if that's the REAL reason, and what part of my application flagged their system in case I wanted to try it again. Excuse me? I've never had an issue with getting a credit card, bank account, loan, or ANYTHING, and all of a sudden it starts with a company that I've heard has had so very few issues overall? And to top it all off, because I applied once, I can't use any of the login information I used before to try again. So my email address and username that I use for literally EVERYTHING IN MY LIFE will be forever flagged and unable to be used. This is absolute bulls***. There was nothing "Simple" about this, and I would not recommend anyone consider this company for their banking needs. Guess it's time to give Chime a chance.

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    Reviewed By BTDCJAJ Feb 17, 2018

    Account closed, no appeal

    Account was closed and my money returned (by check) with no explanation (other than a "security" issue). Unable to get any information by phone or through web site.

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    Reviewed By Bramhanand_Lingala Dec 12, 2017

    Looting Customer Money by Chase Bank

    Hello Viewers,

    Initially I thought not to write any review, but continuous disregard from Chase bank prompted me to write a review, so that existing/new customer would be aware of the facts and be careful before you deal with the chase bank Alpharetta, Atlanta(windward).

    Here is the is issue:
    I have a premium account I maintain sufficient funds in my savings account and my saving and checking account both are linked so as long as I maintain the funds in my savings account, they provide premium services and will not charge any fee (25$) irrespective of funds availability in checking account, that is the expectation, but reality is prompt looting from the customer.

    Chase bank started charging 25$ from May 2017 to Aug 2017( 4months), I contacted them in person and requested them not to charge the fee, they realized that they did a mistake, and they said, they could not revert the amount all months (4), they could do for 3 months. but they actually did revert only for 2 months.(25$ * 2= 50$ retain in chase pocket), they don't mind to loot the customer and never think to pay back when they release their mistake.

    one more incident happened, after chase bank assured in Aug, 2017, I thought they would do it again, no way, they started charging again till up to this month( Sep,oct,nov 2017), I was surprised to see the insufficient funds free charge though I maintain sufficient funds.

    They actually promised me to provide premier services if I main sufficient funds in my savings account, but they are shaving the customer.

    Chase bank support to protect our funds, as a customer I keep trust on them, Chase never keep up the trust/faith that customer keep on it. rather looting/rob our money.

    As a customer I do not want to check my bank statement to find if bank is deceiving me. but it created a situation to do that.

    I feel like if chase is a bank or bugler, irresponsible about customer money. Please be careful before you open an account with Chase, do not get into the new account opening deals.

    Thanks
    Bramhanand Lingala
    603 930 2345

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    Reviewed By Bramhanand_Lingala Dec 12, 2017

    Looting Customer Money by Chase Bank

    Hello Viewers,

    Initially I thought not to write any review, but continuous disregard from Chase bank prompted me to write a review, so that existing/new customer would be aware of the facts and be careful before you deal with the chase bank Alpharetta, Atlanta(windward).

    Here is the is issue:
    I have a premium account I maintain sufficient funds in my savings account and my saving and checking account both are linked so as long as I maintain the funds in my savings account, they provide premium services and will not charge any fee (25$) irrespective of funds availability in checking account, that is the expectation, but reality is prompt looting from the customer.

    Chase bank started charging 25$ from May 2017 to Aug 2017( 4months), I contacted them in person and requested them not to charge the fee, they realized that they did a mistake, and they said, they could not revert the amount all months (4), they could do for 3 months. but they actually did revert only for 2 months.(25$ * 2= 50$ retain in chase pocket), they don't mind to loot the customer and never think to pay back when they release their mistake.

    one more incident happened, after chase bank assured in Aug, 2017, I thought they would do it again, no way, they started charging again till up to this month( Sep,oct,nov 2017), I was surprised to see the insufficient funds free charge though I maintain sufficient funds.

    They actually promised me to provide premier services if I main sufficient funds in my savings account, but they are shaving the customer.

    Chase bank support to protect our funds, as a customer I keep trust on them, Chase never keep up the trust/faith that customer keep on it. rather looting/rob our money.

    As a customer I do not want to check my bank statement to find if bank is deceiving me. but it created a situation to do that.

    I feel like if chase is a bank or bugler, irresponsible about customer money. Please be careful before you open an account with Chase, do not get into the new account opening deals.

    Thanks
    Bramhanand Lingala
    603 930 2345

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    Reviewed By KlyffJ Dec 27, 2016

    Good, but needs some improvements.

    I've been using Simple for the better part of 2016, first as a secondary bank, and currently as my primary. Here are my thoughts.

    First, Simple is made for budgeting, first and foremost. You don't have access to money until it FINISHES processing, making it seem like payroll checks come a few days later than other banks. The idea is to keep you from spending money you don't have, and while I appreciate it, it does take some getting used to. Also, it's easy to add labels to all of your purchases so you can track your spending.

    With Simple, you only have a single account, rather than the normal Checking and Saving account combination. All your money is always in the account at all times, and while you're using your account like it's a checking account, it collects a small amount of interest like it's a savings account.

    The Goals are the key feature, and need a little explanation. Goals put money aside and subtracts that amount from your main account balance, giving you your "Safe to Spend Amount". While the Goal money is out of sight and out of mind, its still there in your account (incase of "Over drafting" your Safe to Spend). You can move money from your Safe to Spend to your Goal on an automatic daily amount, and schedule one time transfers to and from your Goals with no limitations or restrictions. While nice, I wish there were more options, like being able to have reoccurring transfers on a schedule besides daily (like weekly, or every other week in time with my paychecks).

    When paying bills using Simple, they'll remove the amount of money for the payment from your Safe to Spend about 10 days in advance, so you always know how much money you have available.

    All that sound good? Well, here's the my review:

    + Very good for budgeting
    + Having Multiple Goals easier than having multiple savings accounts for organizing money
    + No Fees

    - Money Takes longer to become available and transfer
    - Can't Deposit Cash easily (you can do so by getting a money order and depositing it like a check)
    - Can't get checks
    - Need more saving options with Goals

    Most of the Cons don't affect me, while I find the Pros more appealing, so I'm sticking with it for now. The more money you have saved the more you'll benefit from having a traditional savings account with a higher rate of return. I really recommend Simple to younger college age people, as writing checks and frequent cash deposits are less likely.

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    Reviewed By simplesucksrates0 Nov 16, 2016

    Simple should not get away with holding your money!

    This online bank will hold your money if you try to withdraw funds. I have had problems with this bank and all they tell me is to wait because they are reviewing my account. Here is a link to file a complaint with the FDIC that will look into their banking services that keep funds from depositers. Just follow this link and fill out the forms to complain about Simple Online bank.
    Simple Bank is FDIC Insured!!!!!
    Don't let this bank push you around and make money in interest off your money, complain NOW!

    https://www5.fdic.gov/starsmail/index.asp

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency of the United States government that protects the funds depositors place in banks and savings associations. FDIC insurance is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. Since the FDIC was established in 1933, no depositor has lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds.
    FDIC insurance covers all deposit accounts, including:
    Checking accounts
    Savings accounts
    Money market deposit accounts
    Certificates of deposit
    FDIC insurance does not cover other financial products and services that banks may offer, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, life insurance policies, annuities or securities.
    The standard insurance amount is $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each account ownership category.

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    Reviewed By nobojangles Aug 12, 2014

    Simple is Genius

    I first heard about Simple while reading a blog post in 2011 from J. Reich, Simple CEO. There is one quote that stuck out in my mind: "Simple replaces your bank, but we are not a bank." I think a lot of people don't understand simples mission. Simple is not attempting to be the next CitiBank or place where you buy bonds/CDs/invest, they are trying to improve the banking experience and they have succeeded tremendously. For someone to pursue the idea of interrupting the banking industry is very bold. Banks are giants in this day and age, it is very difficult for any newcomers to even stake a place on the map. The maturity of Simple is something I'm very pleased with as they are only a few years old. It has never been so easy to reach customer service if I had a problem. They post a lot of information online about how to best interface with the system. They are not a bank and I think a lot of people forget that when complaining about time limits and investments etc. They have focused on the most important thing for a customer and that is you. I wish all banks could learn from Simple, the world would be a better place.

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    Reviewed By Alex M. Sep 3, 2012

    Amazing Mobile and Online Banking. Terrible Rates.

    Simple is definitely a different kind of online bank.

    While many of todays top online banks focus on offering the highest interest rates for savings, cds and checking accounts. Simple chooses to be the best when it comes to the actual online banking experience. This is obvious by the 0.01% APY currently being offered on their checking and/or savings account.

    Mirroring an almost Mint link money management interface, both their online and mobile app are a thing of beauty. While still missing features such as mobile deposit (& remote deposit), the ability to set and track goals as well as categorize my purchases is better than any other bank I am a member of (Chase and Ally).

    If you don't care about interest rates or debit rewards, but instead want a checking account that helps you become a smart spender, than Simple is probably right for you.

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    Reviewed By jj4@spockout.com Oct 21, 2014

    Not Simple At All

    I don't know where all these glowing reviews are coming from. My experience with Simple has been nothing but frustration. Here, in roughly the order I experienced them, are the problems.
    - You can't write a check. Granted this isn't something most of us need to do very much anymore, but occasionally you need one, and can't wait for one to be mailed.
    - They won't issue a check made out to a government agency. Renewing your license plates? Paying your taxes? Go buy a money order.
    - They rejected my tax refund check deposit because it was joint-payee, in spite of their own policy allowing it.
    - Payments come out of your account immediately but take ages to reach the payee.
    - Recurring payments always count against your safe-to-spend even if they are a month away.
    - They haven't issued statements since August (it is now late October) due to unresolved bugs.
    - Lately the balances shown on the website are often incorrect, with outbound payment amounts being randomly added back in for a while and then removed again. The mobile app balances don't agree with the web app balances.
    - They LOST my mortgage payment. It just never got there, and the money was dropped back into my account with no notice. I didn't know about it until my mortgage company called me looking for their money.
    - They rejected a check deposit due to a signature crossing a digit. The phone rep could read the number fine but they told me to go clear it through some other bank anyway.

    The customer service people are always polite and try their best to help, but I finally asked myself: if I keep having to go to other financial institutions to make up for Simple's shortcomings, why do I need them?

    Statements, accurate balances, deposits, and correct transfers are all basic to banking, yet Simple did none of these things consistently. I give them two stars only because they are polite on the phone and in email, otherwise it would be one star.

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    Reviewed By Caumberg Mar 27, 2018

    Turned down, and they won't tell me why

    Since my current bank's has been giving me nothing but issues since I got my new phone, and they've had issues in the past, I decided to look into a secondary checking account where I could use it for a while and see how itgoes until I decide if I want to make the full switch. I looked into Simple Bank because I saw good things online. I applied, I got denied. And for no better reason other than they "can't verify my identity," which they won't actually tell me if that's the REAL reason, and what part of my application flagged their system in case I wanted to try it again. Excuse me? I've never had an issue with getting a credit card, bank account, loan, or ANYTHING, and all of a sudden it starts with a company that I've heard has had so very few issues overall? And to top it all off, because I applied once, I can't use any of the login information I used before to try again. So my email address and username that I use for literally EVERYTHING IN MY LIFE will be forever flagged and unable to be used. This is absolute bulls***. There was nothing "Simple" about this, and I would not recommend anyone consider this company for their banking needs. Guess it's time to give Chime a chance.

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    Reviewed By cranked801 Dec 28, 2017

    Wow. They have turned around completely. They are a different company than they once were.

    Okay, so after my phone call today 10:00am MST 12/28/17 (which i was on hold for 32 minutes before someone named Magaly L picked up) I have decided to close down my, and my wife's, Simple account. This is largely due to the incompetent and inexistent customer service that I, and by the looks of it, many others have experienced over the last 3 months. My frustration started when I decided to try using Simple again by having a new card sent to me. I didn't hear back from the support message until a week later, which was someone confirming my address before sending my new card, then i confirmed it, didn't hear back that it was sent until 1 more week went by. Then they say they only send it USPS which takes a couple of weeks to get to me. I never received it. So this is a process that has taken about a month to take care of. If I was a bank, you think I'd want my customers getting my card and using it right away. When I message AMEX about needing a new card, i have one overnighted ASAP.

    So I ended up communicating again by to a Sean J in the support section, expressing my of the website who mentioned that they were sorry for all the long delays with support and that they would be able to Expedite a new card to me with a tracking number if I would be willing to continue my journey with Simple. I eventually told them yes that i would be willing to give them another shot, because in truth, i really loved simple, they were a great company at the time i used them in the past. They offered great support, a great app, and a fun way to budget my money. Unfortunately, i never heard confirmation that my new card was coming in the mail.

    Fast forward to today, when i have time to call them on the phone and get some verbal confirmation rather than waiting weeks for a reply on my support message. I finally talk to someone on the phone. I saw some light out of the tunnel. Once i get new cards, i don't have to deal with their support again! (or so i thought). The support representative saw the message from Sean J about expediting me a new card and understood some of my frustrations and put me on hold to get authorization to send me a new card. She came back with bad news, I was going to have to WAIT two weeks for a new card to be sent USPS. I laughed and told her how blown away i was with their support. I then mentioned i was going to close my account. I heard back from the support rep, "Just because you are closing your account, it doesn't change my mind on expediting you a new card." I told her that I actually felt bad for them, I originally ranted and raved about them, but they are now a garbage company, with garbage support. All it would have taken was to send me a new card in an expedited manner due to the frustration with support i've received over the last few months. They weren't willing to do that, in fact, they seemed almost relieved that i was closing my account down. In case you are wondering, I was never rude, belittling, or raised my voice with the support representative. I understand that I was talking to a low-level representative reading scripts and procedures. So it wasn't my goal to make her day worse than it probably already was. But to have two support reps immediately move toward helping me close my account seems odd. You should always have some sort of retention with your customers. Unless all you care about is your customer-base dying, so you can be faster with your support messages. See this message from their marketing team : "If you can hold off on contacting us unless something urgent comes up, wed so appreciate it. That will help us catch up and get back to our normal response times." When you are a bank dealing with money, you can't expect to send a message like this. Poor taste.

    They are a different company after being bought out. They are not the same company I was used to dealing with. I will be closing my account and my wife's account down ASAP. If you are reading this thinking it'll be a fun company. Think again. They are nothing but a flashy, trendy app and website.

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    Reviewed By jesswhatjess Nov 28, 2017

    Great until there is a problem.

    Unlike other reviewers that left negative comments, I had no trouble with setting up my Simple account, making deposits was easy, the app worked well even after they transitioned to another bank, no real problems, very easy to use. I happily used my Simple account for 2 years without any major issue. Until there was a fraudulent charge that came through my account. I notified Simple 6 hours after it happened (charge was made around midnight with an online retailer while I was asleep, I noticed it when I woke up and immediately turned my card off through the app and called them). They assured me they would take care of it, asked many questions to get as much information as they could and even issued an account credit a few days later for the money that had been stolen from me. And then nothing for over 2 months. No update, no phone call, no further questions, nothing until an email arrived 2 months later telling me that they had determined that the charge was not fraudulent and would be taking back the credit previously issued. I've called three times in the past two weeks, only to finally (on the third call) be told the fraud department doesn't have phones(????) and will not communicate with customers via phone. I've sent 8 messages via their support messaging system and can not get a reply. I've never encountered such terrible customer service and can not wait to close my account and be done with Simple Bank.

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    Reviewed By petermac Nov 10, 2013

    Simply Wait for something else - I've found it unreliable.

    Eventually got my invite, signed up. In my mid-20s, always liked the "separate envelope" approach to saving for goals. So I loved the concept to begin with. However, over time, four things annoyed me:

    (1) "Check Hold" for all deposits over $200 is confusing. Bottom line - you have to wait to access your money
    (2) On two separate occasions, I had duplicate entries. One time I had six releases of $600, meaning I suddenly had $3,000 in the bank that I should not have had. The second time was a small check for $20. Both entries are permanently stored in my record. Confusing and annoying. Should I really trust my money with them?
    (3) Today, I went to transfer $1600 to my local bank. It was expected to arrive in 8 days. That float period is too long.
    (4) I have had a few errors with check deposits either not getting accepted or the processing getting pushed back a day. Solution - mail the check. If they'll accept it. I was told a check of mine is void, even though it doesn't say so on the check. I'll go to a local bank to have it taken care of.

    The responses from customer support were cute and friendly, complete with smiley face emoticons. Nice for conversation with friends. But not what I expect when my money is in question.

    All that, given, it is a new startup. I may continue to use Simple to save for small personal goals, but I won't continue to use the bank for any significant banking because I have found it unreliable.

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    Reviewed By Alex M. Sep 3, 2012

    Amazing Mobile and Online Banking. Terrible Rates.

    Simple is definitely a different kind of online bank.

    While many of todays top online banks focus on offering the highest interest rates for savings, cds and checking accounts. Simple chooses to be the best when it comes to the actual online banking experience. This is obvious by the 0.01% APY currently being offered on their checking and/or savings account.

    Mirroring an almost Mint link money management interface, both their online and mobile app are a thing of beauty. While still missing features such as mobile deposit (& remote deposit), the ability to set and track goals as well as categorize my purchases is better than any other bank I am a member of (Chase and Ally).

    If you don't care about interest rates or debit rewards, but instead want a checking account that helps you become a smart spender, than Simple is probably right for you.

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  •  
    Reviewed By simplesucksrates0 Nov 16, 2016

    Simple should not get away with holding your money!

    This online bank will hold your money if you try to withdraw funds. I have had problems with this bank and all they tell me is to wait because they are reviewing my account. Here is a link to file a complaint with the FDIC that will look into their banking services that keep funds from depositers. Just follow this link and fill out the forms to complain about Simple Online bank.
    Simple Bank is FDIC Insured!!!!!
    Don't let this bank push you around and make money in interest off your money, complain NOW!

    https://www5.fdic.gov/starsmail/index.asp

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency of the United States government that protects the funds depositors place in banks and savings associations. FDIC insurance is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. Since the FDIC was established in 1933, no depositor has lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds.
    FDIC insurance covers all deposit accounts, including:
    Checking accounts
    Savings accounts
    Money market deposit accounts
    Certificates of deposit
    FDIC insurance does not cover other financial products and services that banks may offer, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, life insurance policies, annuities or securities.
    The standard insurance amount is $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each account ownership category.

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