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Independence, KS

#21 Oct 23, 2011
[QUOTE who="caucasianmotherf*cke r"]<quoted text>
Not if she rolled it. Which is what most banks ask you to do. Really is pretty lazy not to count your own money.[/QUOTE]They do not take rolled money. I tried that & they dont....
What

Independence, KS

#22 Oct 23, 2011
IMHO wrote:
At Bank of America they take your change, put it in a sealed bag and send it off to a different location to later be counted and deposited in your account. Yes, it takes about a week.
Even all the casinos have the counters for loose change. You mean to tell me banks cant have those machines or dont have the money for them. BS
wow

United States

#23 Oct 23, 2011
I love cnb
Mother of 4 Girls

United States

#24 Oct 25, 2011
Some people say that I should of counted the money. Well that big jug would of taken a long time to count. BUT the point being is that it wouldn't of done any good to of rolled it either. All I ask them to do was dump it in the change counter and put the money in my account. Really how hard was that it probably would of taken 10 min at the most. It finally did show up on my computer yesterday and in todays world that is just too long (7 days) and she still hasn't sent anything in the mail.(and that is what she said she would do). I guess I should of gotten a job at a bank then I would of worked from 9-4 and been as slow as a slug. Just what are the banks doing lately, I wish the goverment would of bailed me out of all my bills like they did the banks. Food for thought!
WTF

Quapaw, OK

#25 Oct 25, 2011
Get an account at a credit union.
boy83

United States

#26 Oct 25, 2011
COMMUNTIY NATIONAL SUCKS IF YOU WANNA CANCEL A CHECK THEY CHARGE 27 DOLLARS RIP OFF.....
dropped

Falls Church, VA

#27 Oct 25, 2011
The big issue I had were the unreliable debit cards. Sometimes they worked and sometimes not. We moved on from there. Tired of being the beta tester.
mister nice guy

Independence, KS

#28 Oct 25, 2011
Great Plains for the win! I wouldn't bank anywhere else.
Dirtywhiteboy

United States

#29 Oct 29, 2011
I banked there up until about a year ago Christmas. I had sold some dogs online and had received money orders from a buyer with instructions to check them out and then ship. So what did I do I took the money orders in to my trustworthy bank and told them the whole situation and asked that they verify the money orders. After 30 mins of waiting they tell me everything checked out. I shipped the animals and proceeded to go Christmas shopping. Needless to say after 7 hrs of shopping and wrapping everything and placing it under our tree I get a phone call notifying me the money orders was fraudulent. They tell me I'm responsible for the money. I'm like excuse me I don't think so. Then they take all the money out of my account which created several bad checks and to top it off they call the cops on me for cashing fraudulent money orders. Every other banking institution that a called told me that they would have taken full responsibility and I would not be at fault that's what insurance is for. Could I have fought them and one prob so but in my eyes I could repay the 2800 and take another 2800 loss on my dogs or I could spend close to that on a attorney. So I paid the sons of bitches and that's that lesson learned. They are too incompetent and I wouldn't trust them if I were you. I'm sure everyone is thinking what an idiot why didn't you notify the authorities and get your dogs back at least. Well the problem is the only agency that investigates any fraudulent money order crimes is the secret service. And our great government has given these theives a loophole. I was told I'm very sorry for your loss but our policy is unless it's over 15000 we don't investigate because it's too petty. You will not get your dogs back and even if someone is prosecuted I won't be refunded the money. They didn't even want the email conversations, phone records, or shipping information. So yes I was totally pissed off. The damn banks defense was that they told me it could be a scam? Hello assholes I'm the one who asked you to protect me by verifying they were legit. So not only do they not protect you they are no good lying sorry sobs!!!!!!
twocents

Independence, KS

#30 Oct 29, 2011
Dirtywhiteboy wrote:
I banked there up until about a year ago Christmas. I had sold some dogs online and had received money orders from a buyer with instructions to check them out and then ship. So what did I do I took the money orders in to my trustworthy bank and told them the whole situation and asked that they verify the money orders. After 30 mins of waiting they tell me everything checked out. I shipped the animals and proceeded to go Christmas shopping. Needless to say after 7 hrs of shopping and wrapping everything and placing it under our tree I get a phone call notifying me the money orders was fraudulent. They tell me I'm responsible for the money. I'm like excuse me I don't think so. Then they take all the money out of my account which created several bad checks and to top it off they call the cops on me for cashing fraudulent money orders. Every other banking institution that a called told me that they would have taken full responsibility and I would not be at fault that's what insurance is for. Could I have fought them and one prob so but in my eyes I could repay the 2800 and take another 2800 loss on my dogs or I could spend close to that on a attorney. So I paid the sons of bitches and that's that lesson learned. They are too incompetent and I wouldn't trust them if I were you. I'm sure everyone is thinking what an idiot why didn't you notify the authorities and get your dogs back at least. Well the problem is the only agency that investigates any fraudulent money order crimes is the secret service. And our great government has given these theives a loophole. I was told I'm very sorry for your loss but our policy is unless it's over 15000 we don't investigate because it's too petty. You will not get your dogs back and even if someone is prosecuted I won't be refunded the money. They didn't even want the email conversations, phone records, or shipping information. So yes I was totally pissed off. The damn banks defense was that they told me it could be a scam? Hello assholes I'm the one who asked you to protect me by verifying they were legit. So not only do they not protect you they are no good lying sorry sobs!!!!!!
What bank was that?
bottom of the bottle

Wichita, KS

#31 Oct 29, 2011
Dirtywhiteboy wrote:
I banked there up until about a year ago Christmas. I had sold some dogs online and had received money orders from a buyer with instructions to check them out and then ship. So what did I do I took the money orders in to my trustworthy bank and told them the whole situation and asked that they verify the money orders. After 30 mins of waiting they tell me everything checked out. I shipped the animals and proceeded to go Christmas shopping. Needless to say after 7 hrs of shopping and wrapping everything and placing it under our tree I get a phone call notifying me the money orders was fraudulent. They tell me I'm responsible for the money. I'm like excuse me I don't think so. Then they take all the money out of my account which created several bad checks and to top it off they call the cops on me for cashing fraudulent money orders. Every other banking institution that a called told me that they would have taken full responsibility and I would not be at fault that's what insurance is for. Could I have fought them and one prob so but in my eyes I could repay the 2800 and take another 2800 loss on my dogs or I could spend close to that on a attorney. So I paid the sons of bitches and that's that lesson learned. They are too incompetent and I wouldn't trust them if I were you. I'm sure everyone is thinking what an idiot why didn't you notify the authorities and get your dogs back at least. Well the problem is the only agency that investigates any fraudulent money order crimes is the secret service. And our great government has given these theives a loophole. I was told I'm very sorry for your loss but our policy is unless it's over 15000 we don't investigate because it's too petty. You will not get your dogs back and even if someone is prosecuted I won't be refunded the money. They didn't even want the email conversations, phone records, or shipping information. So yes I was totally pissed off. The damn banks defense was that they told me it could be a scam? Hello assholes I'm the one who asked you to protect me by verifying they were legit. So not only do they not protect you they are no good lying sorry sobs!!!!!!
never ship anything until the checks or money orders clear the banking system. Allow 10 days...
Monster Mash

Independence, KS

#33 Nov 1, 2011
they gave my cat back through the chute
Concerned Citizen

Chester, OK

#34 Nov 6, 2011
mister nice guy wrote:
Great Plains for the win! I wouldn't bank anywhere else.
I agree no place is as good as Great Plains.
Yup

Independence, KS

#35 Nov 7, 2011
Commercial Bank rocks pretty much. Same day service, smiles, and no fees that I have ever been charged.
desuhu

Burlington, KS

#36 Nov 7, 2011
mister nice guy wrote:
Great Plains for the win! I wouldn't bank anywhere else.
Amen!
Me too

Independence, KS

#37 Nov 13, 2011
wow wrote:
I love cnb
I like turtles
no money

Wichita, KS

#39 Nov 14, 2011
Concerned Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree no place is as good as Great Plains.
I used to bank at the credit union a cauple of times but I always felt like there was no confidentialit there.
no money

Wichita, KS

#40 Nov 14, 2011
Dirtywhiteboy wrote:
I banked there up until about a year ago Christmas. I had sold some dogs online and had received money orders from a buyer with instructions to check them out and then ship. So what did I do I took the money orders in to my trustworthy bank and told them the whole situation and asked that they verify the money orders. After 30 mins of waiting they tell me everything checked out. I shipped the animals and proceeded to go Christmas shopping. Needless to say after 7 hrs of shopping and wrapping everything and placing it under our tree I get a phone call notifying me the money orders was fraudulent. They tell me I'm responsible for the money. I'm like excuse me I don't think so. Then they take all the money out of my account which created several bad checks and to top it off they call the cops on me for cashing fraudulent money orders. Every other banking institution that a called told me that they would have taken full responsibility and I would not be at fault that's what insurance is for. Could I have fought them and one prob so but in my eyes I could repay the 2800 and take another 2800 loss on my dogs or I could spend close to that on a attorney. So I paid the sons of bitches and that's that lesson learned. They are too incompetent and I wouldn't trust them if I were you. I'm sure everyone is thinking what an idiot why didn't you notify the authorities and get your dogs back at least. Well the problem is the only agency that investigates any fraudulent money order crimes is the secret service. And our great government has given these theives a loophole. I was told I'm very sorry for your loss but our policy is unless it's over 15000 we don't investigate because it's too petty. You will not get your dogs back and even if someone is prosecuted I won't be refunded the money. They didn't even want the email conversations, phone records, or shipping information. So yes I was totally pissed off. The damn banks defense was that they told me it could be a scam? Hello assholes I'm the one who asked you to protect me by verifying they were legit. So not only do they not protect you they are no good lying sorry sobs!!!!!!
Wow, this is bad! Was this the credit union or CNB or another bank?

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