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Tri Counties Bank has 71 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a growing regional bank that can provide for many more customers, and most likely has ATM locations.

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Learn more about Tri Counties Bank

Tri Counties Bank was established March 1975. It holds assets of 4.65 billion US dollars. That makes it a regional bank that most likely covers their local population well. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 4%. Lower is better!

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Latest Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed By jeff95519 Sep 13, 2017

    Worse Bank ever

    I joined 6 Rivers bank when they first opened their doors in 1990. Then North Valley took them over it was still Ok. But when Tri Counties did their so called merger that was clearly a take over I saw the writing on the wall an took my Business and Personal accounts to US Bank. I left my Home Equity line of credit with Tri Counties because I have a great deal from North Valley and TC can't change it

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    Reviewed By JlopezRUSerious Sep 5, 2017

    Predatory Charges

    I'm sick of this bank and their lies about monthly charges. They keep trying to charge me monthly statements fees and maintenance fees every month despite me filling the paperwork to decline paper statements. They used the excuse that their banking program had an error and still sent those paper statements and they stillllllll had to charge their customers! They also changed the 11 transactions that a customer would have to do to avoid a maintenance fee, to 15 without notifying me. Even if they still were going to charge that fee anyway. Why should we have to pay a maintenance fee and paper statement fee without my consent. These predatory charges are illegal in the United States and should be eliminated. I'm closing my account and going to companies like Simple, or another bank that does not charge these predatory charges. What else are they doing to increase their profit margins at the cost of their customers hard earned money....... close accounts.

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    Reviewed By tgs Jun 7, 2017

    TCBK: Beware.No reliable online access, blame customer when express concern they "closed" my savings and shifted it to checking

    First: Used to really like this bank. Then they shifted. Now execs from scorned banks like Wells Fargo run it. Can not access your account: their answer: OOPS we've got a problem just be patient. Change policies: Oh we'll send you a letter about that. Consider traveling... then once you spend hours (literally) in efforts to get online find out they decided to mysterious close your savings account and transfer money to your checking. {Oh it looks like you made a transfer and that closed your account says the telephone rep)

    When I asked when did I transfer that money the rep puts me on hold. I ask are you still there and that question is met with "Do not insult me".. I hang in there, then hear of your branch transferred that money you need to speak with them.

    I had and now the Branch Mgr. Ms. J is out of the office for a week. Internet reports on TCBK scamming employees from overtime, now I am the trickle down customer. Never ever would I stick with TRICO BANCO... Except if I close account I won't have a "customer"status in order to sue them for: Not giving access for funds, lying to me.. etc.

    TRI COUNTIES BANK IN CHICO: been sued and lost case. New lawsuit pending.

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