Timberland Bank (Hoquiam, WA)

Community Bank, timberlandbank.com

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About the Bank

Safe, Secure and Financially Sound. These are strong accolades and are proud to have earned the right to use them in describing Timberland Bank. Trusted since 1915. Another powerful designation in today's world and a milestone not celebrated by many banks.

Timberland Bank (Hoquiam, WA) Fees

  • National Average
  • Monthly Inactivity N/A $6
  • Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft) N/A $30
  • Stop Payment item N/A $27
  • Return Deposit N/A $13
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound) N/A $22
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound) N/A $10
  • Non-Bank ATM N/A $1.0

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Latest Customer Reviews

    Reviewed By jenlord Sep 23, 2017


    Do not use Timberland Bank for a home loan. They screwed things up for the buyers of our home. I learned that they do not have their own in-house underwriting, used an appraiser that made too many mistakes and won't consider an amended appraisal to correct his mistake even though the appraiser agreed to correct it, and waited until days before closing to decide not to fund the loan; causing our buyers to have to start over with another institution that does their own in-house underwriting and will take an amended/corrected appraisal.

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    Reviewed By kpearce1776 Sep 24, 2015

    Not bad

    I moved my money here because I didn't like the monthly maintenance fees big banks charged, and Timberland Bank offered free checking with a high interest rate on checking deposits, and they had branches close to where I lived. Plus they refunded ATM withdrawal fees for other banks' ATMs up to $10 I believe. When I lived in Washington, it worked well. The only problem with them, obviously, is that they are a regional bank and if you move, you may have to move your money eventually. I ended up keeping them for a quite a while even after I moved away, since I had so few problems with them. But they really are a bricks-and-mortar type bank, not an online bank (though they do have decent online and mobile capabilities), and so functionality is limited if you can't get to a branch. I'm going to have to close my account with them pretty soon because I can't come into a branch anymore to make deposits, but it was pretty good while it lasted. No real complains. Just a decent little local bank where you can put your money and take it out again when you need it without much fuss or hassle.

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