Where do you do your banking and do you like it?

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  1. Ciao Mickey

    Ciao Mickey <font color=brown>Kind of makes you want to run th

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    No, I don't forget my checks. That was the first time that happened.

    I wanted some extra withdrawal slips in case I want to withdraw money from my *savings account.*

    Is it really necessary for a customer to have to ask for a withdrawal slip and then stand there and have to make it out while people are waiting in line behind you?

    What if you want to make out the withdrawal slip in the privacy of your own home?

    And what *favor* did the teller do for me? It's her job. All she did was provide me with a withdrawal slip.
     
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  3. Ciao Mickey

    Ciao Mickey <font color=brown>Kind of makes you want to run th

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    Thank you for answering my questions. :laughing:

    So it's not some new policy that banks can't put out both deposit and withdrawal slips for their customers.
     
  4. Kathi OD

    Kathi OD <marquee><font color=blue>The first person to repl

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    So you're saying that they don't have the withdrawal slips for savings accounts out either? I thought it was just for the checking account.
     
  5. RitaE

    RitaE DIS Veteran

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    I can't imagine why there would be a policy about it one way or another. All deposit and withdrawal slips are is little slips of paper. There's nothing all that special about them until you start writing your account numbers and signature on them.
     
  6. MichelleVW

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    Lol...it's not like it takes hours to fill one out. I would never go to the end of the line to fill something like that out.

    I"m at Wells Fargo and I don't think I even knew Withdrawal slips existed, :confused3 but I guess that's because I use a deposit slip to get cash back if it's a check and if I just want cash I'm going to the ATM rather than stand in a line. I pretty much do all of my banking online though...only time you catch me in a bank is if I have to deposit a check.
     
  7. Atlas722

    Atlas722 Mouseketeer

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    KeyBank, and I like it.
     
  8. eliza61

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    Citadel federal credit union. Love it. No Atm fees, no minimum balance. On line banking, low cost loan fees.
     
  9. phorsenuf

    phorsenuf Not so New Rule author

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    You can make deposits at UPS stores. If you go to USAA's website and put in your zip code it should direct you to your nearest one.
     
  10. Carl

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    I'm with them, too. And I did the same thing last week and they covered me, too. They charged a 35 dollar fee, but when I called they refunded it.
     
  11. Sadie22

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    Yes, indeed. Great customer service for all our banking needs. The same staff members for years, who know us and we know them.
     
  12. DisneyLover83

    DisneyLover83 DIS Veteran

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    Navy Federal Credit Union, was with Bank of America and never had an issue. Only changed due to a move and BOA does not locations here. So far we love NFCU.
     
  13. Callie

    Callie Always Dreaming of Disney Magic

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    I use a credit union. I honestly have never touched a withdrawal or deposit slip in my life. You just got up, swipe your card, and telling them what you want done. At the end you get a print out!
     
  14. Mickeyrella

    Mickeyrella Mouseketeer

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    I use Wells Fargo and Citibank. So far, Wells Fargo is the very best that I've ever known, customer service is excellent as well as online banking, and they have done for me what other banks never did, especially with me being a student with no superb credit Wells Fargo has been amazing. Citibank is also amazing, and their rewards are top notch, I am a proud customer.
     
  15. Katieinwonderland

    Katieinwonderland Disney bride July 2008

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    Bank of America and I HATE them! I can't think of anything nice to say about them really.

    I need to move to a new bank, it's just such a pain with direct debits and automatic bill pays set up.
     

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