Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association

Community Bank, yakimafed.com

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About the Bank

Yakima Federal Savings and Loan is the 438th largest bank in the United States. Yakima Federal Savings and Loan makes its headquarters in WA. Yakima Federal Savings and Loan is the 14th largest bank in WA.

Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association 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

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    Reviewed By Looking4aNewBank Dec 18, 2013

    One Apple Spoils the Whole Bunch

    I have been banking with YFSL for many years after leaving a national bank. Up until recently I have been extremely happy with my choice. YFSL has consistently intercepted potential fraud in the past and reissued my bank card quickly and without incident. Black friday, 2013, my card number was used on the other side of the nation fraudulently and a new card was requested by me that same day. After 15 days I visited my local branch and asked the teller how long ago I had requested a new card and was told 10 days ago. This was the same teller I had requested the card from 15 days previously. This teller had failed to submit my request for a new card for 5 DAYS! A teller supervisor stepped in a laid the blame on the fact that a regional supermarket chain had been hacked and 3000 cards had to be reissued. I do not shop at that market and that hack occurred a full two weeks before my card was compromised and all of the affected people were contacted by the supermarket.

    I finally received TWO DIFFERENT CARDS in the mail 20 days after I had requested a new one. Back down to the branch to find out why there were two cards issued and which one was valid. "Oh, both are valid, which one do you want." Again, why were TWO cards issued? "We don't know, maybe it is because of the supermarket fraud."

    I am now extremely frustrated with the lack of professionalism, recent lack of account activity security, lack of knowledge on how something like this (the issuing of two valid cards) occurs, and especially the lack of accountability.

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    Reviewed By Looking4aNewBank Dec 18, 2013

    One Apple Spoils the Whole Bunch

    I have been banking with YFSL for many years after leaving a national bank. Up until recently I have been extremely happy with my choice. YFSL has consistently intercepted potential fraud in the past and reissued my bank card quickly and without incident. Black friday, 2013, my card number was used on the other side of the nation fraudulently and a new card was requested by me that same day. After 15 days I visited my local branch and asked the teller how long ago I had requested a new card and was told 10 days ago. This was the same teller I had requested the card from 15 days previously. This teller had failed to submit my request for a new card for 5 DAYS! A teller supervisor stepped in a laid the blame on the fact that a regional supermarket chain had been hacked and 3000 cards had to be reissued. I do not shop at that market and that hack occurred a full two weeks before my card was compromised and all of the affected people were contacted by the supermarket.

    I finally received TWO DIFFERENT CARDS in the mail 20 days after I had requested a new one. Back down to the branch to find out why there were two cards issued and which one was valid. "Oh, both are valid, which one do you want." Again, why were TWO cards issued? "We don't know, maybe it is because of the supermarket fraud."

    I am now extremely frustrated with the lack of professionalism, recent lack of account activity security, lack of knowledge on how something like this (the issuing of two valid cards) occurs, and especially the lack of accountability.

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    Reviewed By Looking4aNewBank Dec 18, 2013

    One Apple Spoils the Whole Bunch

    I have been banking with YFSL for many years after leaving a national bank. Up until recently I have been extremely happy with my choice. YFSL has consistently intercepted potential fraud in the past and reissued my bank card quickly and without incident. Black friday, 2013, my card number was used on the other side of the nation fraudulently and a new card was requested by me that same day. After 15 days I visited my local branch and asked the teller how long ago I had requested a new card and was told 10 days ago. This was the same teller I had requested the card from 15 days previously. This teller had failed to submit my request for a new card for 5 DAYS! A teller supervisor stepped in a laid the blame on the fact that a regional supermarket chain had been hacked and 3000 cards had to be reissued. I do not shop at that market and that hack occurred a full two weeks before my card was compromised and all of the affected people were contacted by the supermarket.

    I finally received TWO DIFFERENT CARDS in the mail 20 days after I had requested a new one. Back down to the branch to find out why there were two cards issued and which one was valid. "Oh, both are valid, which one do you want." Again, why were TWO cards issued? "We don't know, maybe it is because of the supermarket fraud."

    I am now extremely frustrated with the lack of professionalism, recent lack of account activity security, lack of knowledge on how something like this (the issuing of two valid cards) occurs, and especially the lack of accountability.

    Continue reading...
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