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Midfirst BankOpen Account Promotions

Watch out for this bank and the fact they seem to make up their own rules. They run promotions to open accounts and change the terms after the fact to avoid giving out the premiums. They add stipulations that are not disclosed in the initial offer or even in any of their fine print. Deceptive in their advertising and their disclosures to consumers. Watch out!

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  • Ki
    kitchen Sep 29, 2009

    Midfirst Bank is also the parent of Midland Mortgage. Just check out the number of complaints their mortgage company has -- it is astounding. I guess deception is their business model.

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  • Do
    Dood Feb 23, 2011
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    Verified customer

    YEP!
    And they are ARROGANT A-holes to boot!
    They SCREW me around and then i finally get upset and irate and "cussed" at them so they close my account!
    Accusing ME of being "unprofessional" when i got UPSET from their actions and decisions in the first place.
    Had they NOT treated me like this i would have not deemed it neccesary to tell them what a bunch of a-holes they are!
    Do your selves a FAVOR and DONT get mixed up with midfirst OR midland mortgage, they are BOTH the SAME selfcentered arrogant [censor].
    And the above comment is correct, midland mortgage has an INSANE number of complaints!!

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