All banks and ATMs in Farmingdale, ME, United States
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★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ I have been a customer of chase for a number of years and suddenly my savings became a checking and charges were aaplied for not having the direct deposit in. Let me just say this was supposed to be my SAVINGS ACCCOUNT. What the heck. No notice to the customer of what the activity was going to be. This is all very dissapointing. I am closing my account and taking my business else where. 2 thumbs down to chase, where no matter how long you have been a customer its not taken under consideration. Added August 02, 2019 by Judy Taber
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ Had an accident two weeks ago and been trying to get our car fixed, slight damage on driver side door and window broken completely out. We have been trying to cash our insurance check? Your bank has our car loan, do it’s name in on our check. We have been to the Painted Post Branch to pay off our loan multiple times, with no results? We haven’t heard a word as of now and are starting to question “what’s going on”? We want to pay off our loan and can’t? Maybe your bank can give us a car to use while they figure out how we pay our loan? NOT VERY PROFESSIONAL Added July 12, 2019 by James V. Knorr
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ pretty good bank...but the closing time is 6PM, not 7, as posted. Added July 03, 2019 by spencer turner
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12730 North Kingston Avenue,
3418 Hwy 6 South, Suite #339,
January 27, 2022
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