I opened this account, but never used it for 3 years. After moving, I decided to withdraw my funds to empty the account. Despite only withdrawing the amount which I knew to have placed in the account, ... read full review
PARKER, COLORADO -- My IRS refund was direct deposited into my account on Feb 16, 2012.
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Still not posted into my savings account by February 22, 2012. TCF says they can take seven days to post. An IRS direct deposit tax refund takes seven day to post????? Why would anyone do direct deposit only to have them hold for a week.
Its TCF's way of screwing their customers so they can accumulate
interest on your money.
Closing my account as soon as money post. Taking my money somewhere else
OAK CREEK, WISCONSIN -- We all know about bank fees being crazy now days. My fiancée and I have been with this bank for 6 hellish months. I have never experienced such disatisfaction in all my life. Their over draft fees are ... read full review9 Replies - Latest reply on 06/16/2013
Holding my money hostage
I deposited a check for $5600 on 10/02. I was told that there was a 2 business day wait for the funds to be available. On 10/05 I returned to the bank to withdraw the money and was told that I would have ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 10/05/2007
TCF bank is the worst bank I have ever dealt with, EVER. Customer service is a joke. None of the departments talk to each other. I can't even close my line of credit at a branch in person, I have to fax a note saying to close it down. Does that make any sense. When I questioned that the lady I was speaking with informed me that she had 7 minutes before she left and other people to help. Very very poor polices and if she is indicative of the level of professionalism the employees demonstrate I can't believe they are even in business3 Replies - Latest reply on 06/29/2012Add reply
I opened this account in Illinois in 2001. All was well while we lived in Illinois but things started to go downhill when we moved to a state without a brick & mortar presence. And then things completely fell apart in 2009-2010. Every time I had a question or concern and contacted a telephone Customer Service rep, I would get three different responses to the same question depending on who I spoke with on the phone. And in this age of internet banking, they were completely incapable of handling my banking needs unless I could get to a branch. Finally I had to call & close the account. I called all auto debits and had those cancelled too. But one still went through and the bank hit me with overdraft fees & reported the account to collection with no notification. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 07/24/2011Add reply
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILLINOIS -- This is not about an overdraft fee, which they hit me with in the past. This is about them closing my banking account and taking all the money without telling me.
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I have been a customer for over six years and have two accounts with them. One I didn't use and the other I used. After three months of not using one account(which had money in it) they closed it without any word. I went to talk to them and there is nothing they could do. I am student teaching, I have no income, and these people take my money!? Forget them.