Online Banking

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Alex - Cre, May 14, 2000.

  1. Alex - Cre

    Alex - Cre Guest

    Hello everyone:

    I have had good results banking online with, and, any other online banks that you have been satisfied with? Thanks!


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  2. James

    James Guest

    Definately Wingspan and TD Waterhouse . Wingspan has superior customer service and everything is posted and credited on time. When ever I have had a problem with a deposit not posting on time, they always work with me to resolve the issue. TD Waterhouse is probably the most professional organizationt that I have dealt with. It's actually better than walking into a bank. Both banks answer e-mail almost immediately and I have just been very impressed with them.
  3. creditwork

    creditwork Well-Known Member

    I have used SFNB in the past. Summit Bank in New Jersey has been excellent, their online billing and payment options have worked very well for me.
  4. Yigal

    Yigal Guest

    SFNB was the "first" online bank, I think. If memory serves me they still require photocopies of IDs....but they do offerr busisness accounts as well I think
  5. creditwork

    creditwork Well-Known Member

    Yes, on the business account. No on the photo ID. At least, they did not required it back when we started.
  6. Barry N -

    Barry N - Guest

    I had SFNB- I had more problems with their servers being down than I did with

    I still have an account at No Probs.

    I do have online banking at WellsFargo for CreditMania, but it's nothing to brag about.


  7. creditwork

    creditwork Well-Known Member

    I don't use SFNB any more. My business banking I am doing with Sovereign and my personal with Summit, both of these banks are in New Jersey, but allow internet access. I also have an E-Trade account for the CreditWorks stock trades and money transfers.
  8. Doris K.

    Doris K. Well-Known Member

    I've often wondered how satisfied people are with Wingspan because it's part of Bank One. Ever since Bank One (mostly over First USA) got its ass in a crack over treating its customers like dirt, you'd think they'd be scrambling to work its way out.

    Those of us who owned stock in Bank One took a substantial loss when so many of its customers had simply had enough of their crap. Hopefully, another sleazy banking operation has been cleaned up.
  9. Steven Z

    Steven Z Guest

    RE: I wonder what the ultimate

    Bank will be in a year?

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news Doris but nothing I have seen on any of the various "anti First-USA" sites or heard has led to any other conclusion that this bank is run by the greediest, narrow minded imbeciles in the US banking history.

    They insist on holding to a policy of "screwing all the people all the time" and nothing I repeat NOTHING will change until every last one of the current pathetic management team is tossed to the curb.

    The consequences for the current actions equate to more losses and disaster when the slew of class action suits brought forth by many well heeled individuals guts the company.

    Furthermore, you can be sure that such goverment bodies as the various attorney generals, banking commissions, OCC and the like will swoop down like the jackals they are only once they see a company is down and unpopular and seek to make political hay.

    My advice to anybody still holding stock in this company...GET OUT!!
  10. Jim

    Jim Well-Known Member

    How is compubank? anyone have any problems with them? I have been using, so far so good..

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