First National Bank of Pennsylvania

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One North Shore Center
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

F.N.B. Corporation (NYSE: FNB), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a diversified financial services company operating in seven states and the District of Columbia. FNB’s market coverage spans several major metropolitan areas including: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Baltimore, Maryland; Cleveland, Ohio; Washington, D.C.; and Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham and the Piedmont Triad (Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point) in North Carolina. The Company is one of the largest banks headquartered in Pennsylvania by assets with hundreds of branch offices located throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

The consumer banking segment provides a full line of consumer banking products and services, including deposit products, mortgage lending, consumer lending and a complete suite of mobile and online banking services. Personal depository banking products offered by First National Bank of Pennsylvania include: checking accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), IRA Savings and IRA CDs.

The bank’s personal checking account options include both interest bearing and non-interest bearing accounts First National Bank of Pennsylvania’s CD terms range from 3 to 60 months. Online and mobile banking options are available, in addition to access to funds through debit cards and ATMs.

First National Bank of Pennsylvania offers several different business checking accounts, which vary primarily by business type and size. The bank also offers specialized business savings accounts, business money market accounts and “jumbo” CDs for large deposits, with terms ranging from 7 to 365 days.

Great customer service, horrible overdraft fees

I love banking with First National Bank, but their overdraft fees for their checking accounts are insane. So far as I know, they can charge you up to 10 in a day. At $37 each, that can really rack up a bill! Things happen, and sometimes it can't be avoided. In my case, a company illegally charged me and put me into the negative, and then I awoke to 8 overdraft fees. Luckily, their customer service is pretty decent so they reversed them all, but it would have been much better if they had never charged me in the first place. I think most other banks have a lower amount of potential overdraft fees that you can be charged in a day. I never paid attention tho this previously, but now you better believe that I will! So I give this bank a 3.6 overall, due to unreasonable policies regarding overdraft fees.

A good local bank

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I dealt with FNB of PA for several years when I moved to PA and they didnt have my previous bank in the state. They were fair and friendly to deal with, always listened to my requests and were great at coming up with solutions to my financial issues. I would use them again i I ever move back to PA

FEES FEES & more Fees

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I just recently had to switch banks due to my bank being bought out by another bank. I had banked with a bank called Metro bank and absolutely had a wonderful experience... until Feb 2016. Metro Bank (in PA) was bought out by FNB (First Nation Bank). The experience was horrible from day one with FNB. First during the transition, I had no access to my money because their system went down for almost 4 days and the weekend. Then two bills that I had paid prior to the switch and even saw pending before the switch, all of a sudden didn't get paid. So I hurried and paid them when I saw the amount credited back to my account. Then apprx 9 days later, FNB does a manual debit to pay the bills, so it resulted in them being paid twice and my account went negative and the fees started. First my over draft kicked in and what little i had in savings (all but $7 of the neg amount) transferred over to offset the checking. But I am still $7 neg in it. And since now there is no money in the savings a fees is assessed. And because of the fee, the savings becomes negative and every 3 days I am charge a $12 fee. Then I the checking I am charged over draft fees for two bills. By the time it was over with, I had over $276 in fees and still counting. Never again will I go with FNB or ever recommend them. NEVER!

Outrageous Overdraft Fees

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I was overdrawn on my account with first national bank of Pa a total of 129.00..
They charged mev 404.00 in overdraft fees..
I tried talking to branch manager Kellie she pretty much said nothing she can do and hung up on me
The government should investigate this bank for excessive overdraft fees charged
The overdraft just happened on nov 22 2022

I tried to email or phone president of fnb of pa
UNREACHABLE for people like me



Health Grade Components

FDIC Certificate #7888
Year Established1864
Primary RegulatorOCC
Profit Margin
Return on Assets - YTD0.79%
Return on Equity - YTD5.98%
Annual Interest Income$534.2MM
Assets and Liabilities
AssetsQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$41.65B$38.44B
LoansQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$27.80B$24.92B
DepositsQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$33.77B$30.81B
Equity CapitalQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$5.51B$5.13B
Loan Loss AllowanceQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$375.2MM$356.0MM
Unbacked Noncurrent LoansQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$92.2MM$122.5MM
Real Estate OwnedQ2 2022vs Q2 2021$5.3MM$7.8MM
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First National Bank of Pennsylvania Savings Account Rates

0.01%--FirstRate Savings
0.01%--Health Savings Account
0.01%--IRA Savings

First National Bank of Pennsylvania Money Market Rates

0.75%*$100k*-FirstRate Money Market
OTHER TIERS: 0.10% Up to $10k | 0.40% $10k - $50k | 0.50% $50k - $100k

First National Bank of Pennsylvania Checking Account Rates

0.01%$2.5k-Lifestyle Checking
0.01%$1k-Premierstyle Checking
0.01%-$2.5keStyle Plus Account

First National Bank of Pennsylvania CD Rates

3.00%$5k$250k13 Month CD Special - New Money
3.00%$5k$250kBusiness 13 Month CD Special - New Money
2.95%$5k$250k19 Month CD Special - New Money
2.95%$5k$250kBusiness 19 Month CD Special - New Money
2.90%$5k$250k25 Month CD Special - New Money
2.90%$5k$250kBusiness 25 Month CD Special - New Money
2.75%$5k$250k61 Month CD Special - New Money
2.75%$5k$250kBusiness 61 Month CD Special - New Money
2.55%$10k-7 Month CD Special - New Money
2.55%$10k-Business 7 Month CD Special - New Money
2.50%$5k-35 Month CD Special - New Money
2.50%$5k$250k52 Month CD Special - New Money
2.50%$5k$250kBusiness 52 Month CD Special - New Money
2.50%$5k-Business 35 Month CD Special - New Money
1.50%$500-60 Month CD
1.25%$500-9 Month Flex CD
1.00%$500-3 Month CD
1.00%$500-6 Month CD
1.00%$500-12 Month CD
1.00%$500-18 Month CD
1.00%$500-24 Month CD
1.00%$500-36 Month CD
1.00%$500-48 Month CD
0.05%$100-12 Month Savers Goal CD

First National Bank of Pennsylvania IRA Rates

0.20%$500-60 Month IRA
0.15%$500-48 Month IRA
0.10%$500-36 Month IRA
0.05%$500-24 Month IRA
0.04%$500-18 Month IRA
0.03%$500-3 Month IRA
0.03%$500-6 Month IRA
0.03%$500-12 Month IRA


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