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Old 04-21-2012, 12:44 PM   #11
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I have dealt with Bank Of America, and found them to the most incompetent bunch of dipshxxs I have ever dealt with. I dropped them years ago. Just wish they had not survived the crunch.
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I don't do business with big banks. I do all my banking at a small local bank and my auto loan and my credit card are with a small local credit union. All of the big banks are crooks, on multiple levels. This is just one more reason stacked on many other to just tell them to sit and rotate.
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For some reason stuff like this doesn't bother me. I just could care less. Im not trying to start a flame war or be the guy that has to stand out by being different. I mean what you gonna do? BoA has already openly said it doesn't really want the small guy account. They are a big business bank doing big boy business. They don't care about joe blow working week to week with a monthly average balance of 75.35 They don't need or want that headache.
Just keep doing what you're doing. Small bank at town, no walmart, and the such.
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For some reason stuff like this doesn't bother me. I just could care less. Im not trying to start a flame war or be the guy that has to stand out by being different. I mean what you gonna do? BoA has already openly said it doesn't really want the small guy account. They are a big business bank doing big boy business. They don't care about joe blow working week to week with a monthly average balance of 75.35 They don't need or want that headache.
Then perhaps they need to close their branches and stop airing commercials. They obviously do care if they are trying to get the average person's business.
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I seem to recall that B of A has a bit of a history of anti-gun behavior anyway. The bailout alone should be enough of a reason to put them in the rear view. I doubt that McMillan will have any trouble finding a bank that will take their money.
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http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/bank-of-america-too-crooked-to-fail-20120314

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/04/20/bank-of-america-tells-gun-manufacturer-it-no-longer-wants-their-business/
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Its good to see people acting instead of just shaking their heads. These banks have been ripping off the honest citizens and aiding the socialist movement ruining our country.
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I dropped B of A after 20 years when they accepted bail out money. I believe they've since been absorbed by Chase Bank, or am I wrong?

I won't knowingly do business with anyone who took a bailout. Hope to see Chevy and Chrysler tank as well. Too big to fail my ass! Every other bank or car maker who "did it right" should have been rewarded with the increased market share the failures would have provided had all these crooks been forced before a bankruptcy judge.

Does anyone even remember how capitalism is suppose to work?

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I loathe BOA!

This just confirms my feelings.

I wouldn't walk across the street to piss on them if they were on fire.
+1 I will never do business with them again!!!!

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I bank with BB&T. They operate across the South Eastern United States and have been very good to me. Even waived their magic wand to make $200 in overdraft fees go away. Then they gave me a get out free jail card for the NEXT time it happens! But the "jail" card was only because I'm a student. Unless they do me or others wrong in the future, they've got a customer for life.
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