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Bank Midwest reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Sep 28, 2010. The latest review Customer rip off was posted on Sep 28, 2010. Bank Midwest has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 1 reviews. Bank Midwest has resolved 0 complaints.

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1525 18th Street Spirit Lake
Spirit Lake, Iowa
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Bank MidwestCustomer rip off

We have been doing business with Bank Midwest for several years, but in the past few months, I have noticed a trend that makes me want to *** my money out of the bank and do business elsewehere. They finagle the order of transactions to "help" themselves create the largest possible overdraft fee. For example, we had several transactions over the weekend and there was plenty of money in the account to cover them. On Monday, the hubby made one large purchase that put him over the limit when added in with those other transactions...Bank Midwest processed the largest transaction first and then did all the piddly smaller transactions so they could create 4 overdrafts instead of just the one that would have happened if they had processed them in the order they were actually made in. I realize that banks are in business to make money, but it's just irritating to watch your financial institution basically steal from you.

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