Report: #956443

Complaint Review: City National Bank

  • Submitted: Wed, October 17, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, November 08, 2012
  • Reported By: Joe P — Nationwide United States of America
  • City National Bank
    United States of America

City National Bank Unethical Loan Practices in Partnership with FDIC Internet

*Consumer Comment: Loss Share Agreement and TARP funds

*Consumer Comment: FDIC?

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Beware of this bank and do not get a loan from them. They are partners with the FDIC to stick it to people with hardship. They will not work out anything on loans they get from the FDIC for little cost and are having a windfall of profits at our(TAX Payer)expense. The FDIC even covers all of their costs in handling these types of loans including legal fees. Why would any bank want to work things out if they get paid not to...I want their DEAL! Stay away from this bank!

Is this Ripoff Report About you?
Ripoff Report A business' first line of defense on the Internet.
If your business is willing to make a commitment to customer satisfaction Click here now..

Does your business have a bad reputation? Fix it the right way. Corporate Advocacy Program™

Set the record straight: Arbitration Program

SEO Reputation Management at its best!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/17/2012 07:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: 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. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content

Search for additional reports

If you would like to see more Rip-off Reports on this company/individual, search here:

Report & Rebuttal
Respond to this report!
Also a victim?
Repair Your Reputation!

Updates & Rebuttals


#1 Consumer Comment

Loss Share Agreement and TARP funds

AUTHOR: Alex - (USA)

This bank received TARP funds 400 million..That could be classified as taxpayer funds..

Maybe the person involved is this matter is part of a bank failure in which the following can happen:

1. The old/new bank would not renew loan because of high LTV(real estate) and/or business/personal financial condition at the time or just did not want to and called the note.

2. Was a construction loan in progress when previous bank failed and the new bank would not continue funding for a variety of reasons.

3. The bank recieved the assets from the FDIC for little or no consideration along with a nice loss share agreement which includes all costs related to manage the asset and are required to exhaust all efforts to collect on loans in order to exercise their loss share agreement. The bank has very little incentive to make a loan work during these times and they may make more by not making it work.

4. Just didn't pay or having trouble paying due to job loss, business condition,etc.(hardship)

Not everyone is defaulting because they want to.

The bank's got bailed out by the taxpayer and don't help people that are having a tough time, if this is the case it can be very frustrating and stressful for the people involved who are just trying to survive.
Respond to this report!

#2 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

Perhaps you should take a look and see that the FDIC is. 

The FDIC stands for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.  The FDIC ONLY guarantees that an account holder will not loose their funds if the bank fails.  It has nothing to do with insuring loans if you can't pay it.  The FDIC receives NO tax dollars, it is funded strictly by the bank and interest off of US Treasury Bonds.

But baring that little minor bit of mis-information, let's try to fill in the missing information from your actual issue.

It appears that you have become delinquent and are upset that the bank won't allow you to change the terms of the original loan to what you want.   It also seems as if you may have been sued and the courts said you not only owe the money, but also the legal fees and costs that were incurred for suing you.  

Bet I am very close.  If not then how about telling me where I am wrong.   You know things like what type of loan you have, how delinquent you are.  And of course how exactly you want them to "work with you"
Respond to this report!
Ripoff Report Recommends
ZipBooks Accounting Software

Advertisers above have met our
strict standards for business conduct.