150 Reviews For US Bank Headquarters & Corporate Office

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US Bank is one of (if not the worst) banks..DO NOT DO BUSINESS with them!!! I recently opened a new US Bank account. I was told that since it was a new account I could not withdraw my own money from my account!!! This bank is only interested in taking your money..investing it for profit for their bank then charging you for allowing them to make profit on your money..STAY AWAY..they continually gave me different excuses and each person I talk to gives me a different story..SHADY, SHADY!!!

I Am Here To advise you A us bank teller is not allowing me to get a money transfer he does not doing this to anyone else i feel you need to change tellers @ 122nd & S E Powell blvd portland oregon they are scamming people please take action on this problem Thank -You

Recently and stupidly opened a us bank account. We have our mortgage with us bank also. My daughter also has a us bank account and went online to transfer money into my account and us bank sent me a check even though my daughter lives at home ! How crazy is that! she wanted to set up a direct to transfer money every month from her account to our apparently you do not do this. Bazaar after years of banking I have never know this! Sadly after relocating the bank we were with are not in the new area. I just regret choosing us bank as so unhelpful!

Why am I charged for cashing a US Bank check at a US bank. You are stealing money any way you figure. When there is a financial crisis that is going on you are sucking the life out of America and it people just for the bottom line of greed...

Worst bank ever!They are criminal!!Never deal with them again, never!!U.S. bank is simply the worst I ever had to deal with. No customer service, No management and No concept of business! Wooooooorst bank ever.

Criminal and the worst bank ever! DO NOT do any banking with these criminals! Beware of these thieves. Awful customer service.Worst bank ever to exist.Very very incompetent.They lie and do anything to steal your money. DO NOT TRUST THEM.

U.S. bank has no idea what customer service is,and even though they say they care about customers, it is simply false. Last week I made a complaint about a certain branch and in two days I received notification that they decided to close my account!! Talk about customer service and royalty!!U.S. bank simply sucks in every aspect.

This is the worst bank we have ever dealt with in the 30 years of banking. We have had a escrow account added to our mortgage without reason. We have never been late and would love to sue the hell out of this bank. It is horrible!

Us bank has no accountability. We have tried to communicate via email, fax and phone. We have our mortgage account with them. Over course of many days (close to two weeks) no one is interested in the fact US bank disbursed 1622.00 out of our escrow, and lost the money. No one can account for where the money is, and they have not interest in the fact they have not paid the house insurance with it as intended. One US Bank worker told us "hey things get lost in the mail all the time" So, since US bank has not resolved the issue of our lost escrow money, we have no choice but to figure out how to make a partial payment to keep our house insurance active. We do have a case pending with o.c.c., as US bank seems to have no interest in correcting the fact the escrow money to pay our insurance is gone. They were mailed a month in advance the correct insurance information, and our agent also faxed the correct information. We also followed up and faxed additional copies, asking US Bank to call our Insurance provider (providing number again) so maybe this can be resolved. After 3 1/2 hours and many phone calls, we were told they would take care of it by today. Just called insurance. It was not taken care of. so faxing US bank does not work, emailing does not work, calling does not work. We may have to get a lawyer, to get our escrow money where it needs to go. That will be the next step if something cannot be worked out. For now we have to scrape together money to pay the house insurance if US bank does not resove it in 48 hours.

We have dealt with many banks for 30 years. Never has one made so many errors, lost so many things and all have an excuse and no explanation for mistakes. Not possible to explain some of the problems as they have no idea at all or are not interested. On top of that, it seems the rule of "THE CUSTOMER IS WHY WE EXIST" has never been explained to this company. Seems like permanent hold if you get to "the back office" with promises not kept to resolve the issue. The entire experiance is exhausting with no resolution.

Just another thought. Perhaps it is time for US Bank to consider an employee number for each employee. Then when they do not take care of the customer problem or complaint, they are held accountable. If they clearly stated an employee number to the customer, we would have a record of how this was supposed to be handled. We would be very willing to take a second to write the employee number down to have for reference when the issue is not taken care of. On the 3rd, 4th and 5th phone call , or when faxing the information as it is documented...... as a last result, it would be nice to have reference number to list for management at this bank to know who is not doing the job they are hired for. As it stands now every employee has a different answer, each call. Just a thought. Thank you.

I have had several bad experiences with U.S.Bank. For instance, they put a hold on your funds for at least three business days. Allowing you to only access $200 of your money immediately. In addition to the hiddding maintenance charges, that you will see taken out of your account if you don;t have a certain amount of funds deposited every month. Last but not least they allowed a stranger to walk into a branch in Chicago, IL and take money out of my account. There exscuse was they showed provided proper idea to the teller. The best part it was their own ID that identified them as not being the account holder, and the teller allowed them to withdrawal money from my account. And they have no explaination as too why it was allowed.

I put in a deposit for $2850 into my account that already had a balance of $2002. I found out that for some reason they were putting 5 day holds on all my deposits so I asked for it back and went to my other bank ( I have never trusted USBank due to some other issues but have a direct deposit and withdraw out of this account so I have kept it) and made the deposit which was availbale the next day. However when USBank backed out the $2850, they took it from my $2002 and put me $859 overdrawn. They are terrible, especially the branch manager at the Hillview Branch here in Louisville KY, Arthur. If you get something from them RUN and never open an account with them.

bad customer service I will never going us bank

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Wow! How can so many take this much time and effort to report on negligent (at the very least) conduct and still be in business? I had US Bank refinance 3 properties at once. The officer totally screwed up and was fired. The banking officers admitted it was the bank's error and the bank offered to redo loan... only if I paid the additional closing costs. I should have sued. And I still might if possible. They also have made more mistakes than I care to take the time to tell. My advice is anyone who is going through these problems is to contact a lawyer immediately. If enough of us start fighting back and drain them of just time (remember time is money)we may start a revolt that actually has impact- may even make the news! I am contacting the 3 largest networks and financial stations. I have researched this and you need to e-mail them/ not call. To really have impact look up how to write a press release (just google) and if enough people do this we can make this happen. I am also calling my Congressmen/women. Don't just complain- let's take action.

I wish there was 1 ZERO star. I will start by saying I've never had an issue with US Bank before now, but they sure have made up for lost time. Card was stolen. Bank contacts me, says they will cancel card, send new one, file report, and issue stolen money back immediately. Great. That was Sunday. Wednesday comes around, still no refund. Call bank, Fraud Center says she can see where they called me, and card was blocked, but not cancelled, and no report filed, and no request for refund. She doesn't know why. Now I have to wait 10 days to get my money back. I ask for a manager, told no one is avaialable. I call the branch and ask for a manager, told again no one is avaialable! WOW! This is what they call customer service? I am the victim AGAIN!!!!

This document is not in its final form and will eventually be distributed to multiple reporting and filing agencies both public and private. If much of this sounds emotional¡Kit is; if some sounds judgmental¡Kit is; if some sounds accusatory¡Kit is; if it sounds like the ranting of someone that will lose their determination and grow silent..it is not. To whom it may concern, We do not take this type of reporting lightly and we do respect the time and consideration of this department. We have sufficient evidence and reason to believe we have been subjected to deceptive tactics and deliberate omissions resulting in grievous injury as well as our postured for planned and design forced foreclosure. A byproduct of the banks gross negligence, failure to disclose, and a deliberate delay is that they now may report us as ¡§late¡¨ and thereby impose an unreasonable and excessive penalty pushing us into a inescapable position resulting in their taking ownership of our property though no payment has ever been delinquent. The most egregious behavior is their gross action through inaction. Though all payments and obligations have been met by the consumer according to contract terms and are current to date the lending institution by means of inaction has impeded our ability to seek other remedies and have grossly failed to disclose their position or intent, offer alternative measures, provide modification options, or communicated any considerations of our position regarding this loan. The loan was to mature on July 15th and we initiated communication and negotiations with U.S. Bank on April 24, 2012. We have acted on direct recommendations from U.S. Bank and relied on their repeated statement of, ¡§I¡¦m certain we will work something out¡¨. Due to the failure of the loan originating bank, Bank East, and subsequent takeover by U.S. Bank we are now being positioned for forced delinquency though the loan has been current from its inception. We initiated the process of renegotiating the loan over two months prior to its maturity date. The bank representative delayed any action and in fact requested we not seek other remedies. This continued until such time as the pursuit of such remedies would be near futile in that the stall tactics were continued until two weeks prior to the loan to maturity thereby placing us delinquent unless we could pay the full amount on demand on the maturity date. They did accept a payment on the maturity date but it seems they applied 100% to interest and somehow actually increased the amount of the principle. Only recently were we advised that U.S. Bank does not make loans on land over ten acres, then another rep says it is actually five acres. Point being, if they don¡¦t make loans on land over five or ten acres then this should have been disclosed in the first conversation, unless of course there is a deliberate attempt to deceive. I am confident it will be easy to establish that fact and with all the stall and deceit maneuvers it will be interesting to see how they slither away from their accountability once again. I don¡¦t expect much because you seldom win with liars as they continue to change their story. They simply morph into another creature to avoid detection. To date we still have no documents stating the position or intent of U.S. Bank and only through repeated calls and persistence on August 8, 2012, did we finally get an indication of their gross and injurious design. We have been passed from one person to another and when we requested the address and name of a higher official we were flatly denied. Again this is well after the loan maturity and the opportunity for us to seek other remedies had expired. The position of U.S. Bank is they will damage our credit first and apologize later. This is due to their awareness that the damage done by that action will fully extinguish any hopes of securing alternative financing and we will have no choice but to succumb to the unbearable pressure applied from the untouchable posture of U.S. Bank. It is so very sad that the gross abuses from the past four years seem to have taught this institution nothing regarding ethics or decent standards. They are fanning the flames of the ongoing foreclosure crisis and making no apologies as they stealthily prowl and position themselves to strike at the last minute and claim the next victim. When faced with the simple option of allowing a client in good standing to have a reasonable amount of time to seek remedies or other means of financing they have elected to implore trickery and deceit to gain a stranglehold on unsuspecting citizens in good standing in their community. Again, we have been current from day one in our obligation and when requesting 60 to 90 days to secure other financing we are denied. This denial goes to the point where they have plainly stated they will refuse any payment attempted to be made on the next regular payment date, thereby forcing us into delinquent status. This is not due to an inability or unwillingness to pay but by their simple refusal to accept payment and then claim it as delinquent. I doubt these actions are the intended steps designed by current regulations and standards. We are pleading for mercy and temporary relief from this cannibalistic tactic of devouring people and their credit ratings for gross and gluttonous financial gains. If this sounds dramatic I assure it is; not only dramatic but traumatic as well. U.S. Bank is so confident in their power that they plainly disregard decency, as well as know regulations and banking standards. They know that by dragging their feet in this process they can show us as delinquent; not because we missed a payment but because they delayed our ability to seek other financing until they could claim the full amount of loan due. They also know that once the loan balance of the loan is due they can refuse payment, knowing require us to pay a sum that is unrealistic, report it delinquent which will result in our complete inability to attract any other financing solutions. All designed, deliberate, founded in deceitful stall tactics, complete disregard for ethics in banking, and simply achieve their greedy goals through lies. I am unfortunately coming to the realization that my words are simply a means of releasing the almost unbearable anguish and pain not only in me but having to witness the fear and anger on my wife¡¦s face as part our future is devoured by this greed monster that is void of any emotion or semblance of honesty. Greed; such a gross and all consuming wrong. It is disturbing to have atavistic behavior in such powerful positions. These people have no concept of cause and effect and are strictly self-serving and have untrained their conscience to the point where they actually do sleep well as they have found comfort in their bed of destroyed lives. U.S. Bank, the problem, not the solution. U.S. Bank, pouring fuel of the fire of the foreclosure crisis that is consuming the futures of hard working and contributing citizens. U.S. Bank, satisfying it gluttonous appetite for profits by depleting good clients of their futures and a community of solid contributing members. 419 Cross Creek Mall Fayetteville, NC 28303 (910) 826-9243 NOTES „« Made to open an account and initiate a credit card to ¡§make us a more attractive candidate for a loan¡¨ „« Were told on several occasions that they ¡§are working on something and feel confident something will be done

I see questionable transactions on my account in October 2010, and do as US Bank advises, closing the account after 30 days with no activity and a zeroed balance. Late in November 2010, the account is re-opened by a branch in Grand junction, CO (1,900 miles from where I live), after they are presented with an unauthorized check transaction (probably from whomever created the mess we spotted going on here in Wisconsin). They don't clear the transaction (as far as I know), but I am presented later with repeated (automated) returned item cards, with hefty fees. Contact my branch in Wisconsin, and am told it's just a computer glitch, don't worry about it. In late December 2010, I am informed by my new bank that my account is being closed, due to having been placed in ChexSystems by US Bank. Despite multiple attempts to get something, anything, in writing regarding what exactly went down, I never heard from US Bank again. With my caller-id apparently triggering my calls to be forwarded to collection agencies that have no idea what I am calling about, and then in Spring 2011 becoming injured at work and now permanently disabled, I gave US Bank all the attention they gave me due to far more pressing priorities. Then, this morning, about 8:30 am CDT, I get a call from Altitude Funding, regarding monies owed to US Bank. They made sure they had my full attention right off the bat with name calling and bogus accusations against me, and then followed up with threats of destroying my credit for the next 10 years (like 18 months of unable to work and no income and huge medical bills piling up didn't already accomplish that), placing me in ChexSystems (already done, so empty threat), etc. They even threatened to file criminal charges and have me thrown in prison (free health care, woohoo!), and just kept getting nastier until I terminated the call. Contacted the branch in Colorado allegedly responsible for what went down, three times, before Tom the branch manager returned my calls. He tried his best to figure out what happened, but was just as unable to as others were back in 2010, though he agreed to send me copies of what he was able to find via email, since I may become yet another homeless military veteran with a disability in the next few weeks, and the US Mail would likely take too long. He then gave me a number to call to let the higher-ups in Minnesota know what transpired this morning with Altitude Funding, because even he agreed that was way beyond what is allowed by law. Unfortunately, it would seem my home phone caller-ID gets routed to a collection agency who has no idea who I am and can't help me in any way. I live with someone who was a management level employee with US Bank, and even she doesn't understand the whole mess, or why US Bank is punishing me for their mistake, which even they don't fully understand. But, with far more pressing priorities (health issues, zero income, becoming homeless soon, etc), I've largely given up. This is why I call all the big banks "The Banksters," because most are as corrupt as the politicians that keep covering for their criminal and immoral activities.

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