Bank of America Corp., based in Charlotte, N.C., is the largest U.S. bank by deposits and has 29 million online customers. As of today tuesday is still having issues, the longest one in decades. What do you think is going on?
Bank of America never admitted fault with their website issues, did they?
I think the hackers are targeting them, just my 2 cents...
My guess would be that they are being targetted by hackers - and using that as an excuse to prevent high volumes of people from closing accounts until the current financial unrest is over and many of those currently annoyed will not be bothered to then change banks.
More to the point, why is the media not reporting it with blow by blow accounts, stories of hardship and deprivation, faked up pictures of peaceful bank lobbies, faked up pictures of some random foreign police force beating up random foreign people with the caption of how much better it is here.
Maybe I do not understand you completely - I thought the media *was* reporting "faked up pictures of some random foreign police force beating up random foreign people with the caption of how much better it is here" - showing REAL pictures, not fake?
by Stacie L6 years ago
More ridiculous arrests coming out of New York today, as Citibank proves it's just as bad, or even worse than Bank of America in how it treats its customers. Earlier today, about two dozen people formed a queue inside...
by Person of Interest6 years ago
I mean seriously."NEW YORK (AP) -- Bank of America plans to start charging customers a $5 monthly fee for using their debit card to make purchases. The fee will be rolled out starting early next...
by Mathi P6 years ago
ha ha LOL - are u know ?
by Apostle Jack6 years ago
Don't Bank of America go to court in November for overdraft charges to many of their account holders? What is the story on that?
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