AnchorBank is no longer doing business under that name because it has been merged or acquired. See the successor institution Old National Bank.
I have used Anchor Bank for the last ten years for my mortgage. Because of their competitive rates and low fees, I refinanced my condominium mortgage with them ten years ago. I refinanced again four years and received one of the lowest interest rates my lender had seen. Recently, my husband and I purchased a new home. My lender spent much time with us going over our options for financing including offering a bridge loan to pay our down payment if we did not sell our condominium prior to closing of our house. I was so grateful that they went out of their way to make our dream of home ownership come true. My lender is very responsive and thorough whenever I call or email with questions. In addition, he is just a friendly man that I enjoy working with as a person.
I was placed in foreclosure four a $400 past due tax bill. Because it had gotten to this stage the total mortgage was due in full. I couldn't refinance because of the foreclosure on my credit so they got the house and made $54200 on the sale. They are snakes! Do not get any loans from them unless you are prepared to loose them to the Bank because they will screw you!
I was stupid to take the advice of a family member when signing onto a mortgage with Anchor Bank. I wrote a check out for .91 cents less than what our mortgage payment was and I was getting collection calls and received a notice of default in the mail.
When I finally called about the rediculous charges to my account, over $80 worth of charges for a check written only .91 cents short of the actual amount, I decided it was time to look elsewhere.
In addition to this, they said my account was $1.82 short of the mortgage payment, which was not true. If the representative would have done the math they would have found that .91 + .91 equals $1.82 and somewhere there was a double charge.
Even more frustrating is the sent me a delinquincy notice and my payment was not even applied to my mortgage, it was put into a reserve fund because they said my payment was more than $1 short (yes ONE DOLLAR) and it was their double charge error that caused this in the first place. Therefore, my credit rating suffered over all of this.
The biggest kicker, I have never missed a mortgage payment and had pristine credit when I signed the mortgage papers. I will be refinancing my home and taking my business to another bank, soon and very very soon.
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Sorry, but we do not have location data for AnchorBank. Its headquarters is located at 25 West Main Street - Madison, WI 53703