Nationwide Bank is no longer doing business under that name because it has been merged or acquired.
I have stayed loyal to Nationwide primarily due to the ease and security that it provides through its online banking system. For a fair price of $25, you can open a secure online savings account that connects you with thousands of surcharge-free ATMs and personal finance management tools for little or no yearly fee. As a young professional, I was glad that my account was FDIC-insured for a larger amount (at least $250,000) than I would even have in the account for a few years. I suppose one reason that I can attest to my happiness with Nationwide's services is the fact that I have never even spoken to a Nationwide employee, and that's by choice -- the ease with which I can navigate it's online banking system has served me well and without issue, though I'm confident I could reach out to Nationwide with any issues that might arise, if that were the case.
I opened a couple of CDs with Nationwide Bank last year. They had better rates than most banks at the time and the process of opening a CD was easy. Nationwide is now selling it's banking division to Bank of Internet USA (which is changing it's name to Axos). I've had accounts with Bank of Internet in the past when they had good rates but their current rates are awful compared to other banks. Maybe that'll change once the sale is complete.
I have had a Nationwide account for 9 months now. I got it at the beginning of my first semester at college. I did not choose to have a Nationwide account, but my father has an account, and it is easy and efficient for him to transfer money to me as I need it throughout the year if I have the same type of account. I have a Checking Account that gets a direct deposit of $200 per week from my part-time job. If it weren't for the job, I would have to pay monthly fees to access my money: so that is something I am immediately going to look for when choosing my next bank, a lack of those kinds of fees. While the customer service is top-notch, I don't "feel good" about banking with Nationwide, and would choose somewhere else if it were pliable.
Well, I went in to open up a savings account and I was treated very poorly by the customer support person whom asked if they could help me. This should have been a very easy thing to do with absolutely no complications but just the experience of the rude customer service representative made me not open a basic savings account at the bank. Instead I opted to use the mobile application to open a savings account. It was far easier and no hassle was involved.
We do not have health information for Nationwide Bank, because it is no longer an operational bank.
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Sorry, but we do not have location data for Nationwide Bank. Its headquarters is located at 1 Nationwide Plaza, 1-14-401 - Columbus, OH 43215