- Report: #737454
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Complaint Review: PNC Bank
PNC Bank National City Bank Take-over Turn 1 Account Into Many, and CHARGE FEES FOR ALL! Marion, Ohio
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TH05AUG10-- Kelly Schlumberger, account# XXXXXX5585; AND ASSOCIATED CHECKING / RESERVE / LOAN-- I am on my way to Shelby, OH, PNC Bank. Got Social Security check, rather what's left of it after PNC gouged me. I left with $720 cash; = minus $500 to $656 taken away for (accountS) what? I closed my checking and Reserve accounts and haven't been using them for some time now. Paid with cash to Mark Finn, the branch manager, but don't recall if he gave me a receipt. Everybody knows the one account is a ready-reserve an the checking, but PNC calls it A LOAN) so they can embezzle more money from it. This is fraud by deception, as is their back-and-forth juggling of what used to be (when it was National City Bank) a convenient, easy-to-follow, actual checking overdraft protection. It would be cheaper to use a credit card. They turn 1 ncb account into 5 accounts. Not kidding; they charge money back & forth in these accounts and accrue large amounts for nothing.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/06/2011 01:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PNC-Bank/Marion-Ohio-43302/PNC-Bank-National-City-Bank-Take-over-Turn-1-Account-Into-Many-and-CHARGE-FEES-FOR-ALL-M-737454. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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