I used to be a customer of Wachovia until Wells Fargo bought them out. I loved Wachovia and hate Wells Fargo and do not care for the people who work there. Today for instance, I put a check into our checking account and transferred money from the checking into savings. I forgot to bring a blank check for the transaction, no problem, they gave me a withdrawal slip to fill out instead. I then asked for a couple of extra withdrawal slips and they refused to give them to me! WTH? They have tons of Deposit slips that you can take but no Withdrawal slips? I said to the teller "OK, we're allowed to deposit money but we can't take any out???" She said we can take it out but we need to go to the teller for a Withdrawal slip each time! Is this the new thing at every bank or is it just Wells Fargo's policy? Another thing, I hate that I don't have a bank book. Yeah, Yeah, I know, I'm back in the Dark Ages. But I want something in my hands that shows I deposited money. How hard is it to switch banks? Has anyone done this and how do you do it? Will the new bank handle the transfer for you?