TCF Bank Cudahy Wisconsin Review

This bank changes you account to accomidate them. I do I admit owing them $139 because my boyfriend used my card assuming I had $74 on it. I didnt, He made small purchases of $8, $25, and there was another small charge, this and bounced fees came up to $139. I paid them their $139 with a direct deposite that went in Wednesday evening and I didnt touch the money until Saturday afternoon and checked my Balance. My $504 check minus the $139 left $365. I did some shopping in the total amount of $303 and checked my balance today, Monday night and it said I have $29. on 3/31/2015. They had the account reading that everything was minused scince february and didnt show the any of the purchases that I did in the amount of $303. Keep in mind, It said I owed $139 for 3 weeks and everything was covered in Febreuary and they charged me more than once and a bunch more in bounced check fees, so now all my new purchases are going to bounce and I only have $20 left. They are basically stealing my money to accomidate them making up a new online total. My check went in direct deposite wednesday night and was released, this isnt the first time I had money released into my account to find out it changed the next day and I was charged a bounced fee, Beware, They change balances daily and your online account ledger daily to take your money.

5851 S Packard Ave Cudahy, Wisconsin USA

414-352-6845

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