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TCF National Bank

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APYACCOUNT TYPEACCOUNT NAME
0.50%1-year CD14 Month CD - New Money
0.01%SavingsTCF Growth Savings
0.01%CheckingTCF Premier Checking - Opened Online

They're even open on Sundays!

I joined TCF Bank when I moved back to southeast Michigan, as my previous bank in New York did not offer locations in my area. I signed up for a checking account from TCF, which included free use of a VISA debit card and no maintenance fees. I now use my card as my primary source of payment for everyday use; I do not carry cash. The web banking site is very user-friendly and secure, which is a huge plus. Another perk of TCF is that most every location is open on Sundays -which is very uncommon! While I typically execute transactions through the ATM or electronically, the staff has also been friendly when I have stopped inside. One thing I do not like is that cash deposited through ATMs after 3 p.m. is not available until the next business day and checks deposited the same way are subject to a two-day hold. Other than that, I am a happy TCF customer!

Average Bank

Posted by: Thomas777 | Aug 10, 2016

Overall, TCF Bank is average. Its big, has tens of thousands of customers and hundreds of branches. Its not a bank where you'll get awesome customer service every single time. As a former employee, we found that many people complain about TCF (more so than Wells Fargo, BMO etc.) and even to your face. However, more often than not, these people usually have or had a difficult time managing their money and incur fees which they agreed to upon opening their accounts and then complain that they are being unfairly treated. In the past, TCF's fee structure was set up unfairly. As far as I know, this was addressed to make the bank more competitive, by being one of the first mainstream banks in MN to offer a 100% free checking account.

Don't ever try to leave them!

I actually had a fine experience with TCF Bank... while I was there. I knew going into them that they had some pretty crazy overdraft fees but since I never overdrafted in the 10ish years I was with them, that really wasn't a issue. I loved that they had a free coin machine for customers, something I have not found since I moved out of the north east.

When I ran into trouble with TCF was when I tried to leave. I moved and the part of the country I was moving to had no TCF banks at all. My intention was to transfer the money from one bank to another via check- which I did- then cancel the account at TCF. They wouldn't let me. Literately. They told me that I am not allowed to cancel the $0 balance account in my name unless I drive back to Michigan and show up in person and get something notarized. For the first time in my life with them, they were rude and condescending to me, and over something very, very silly and minor. The fact that they refused any and all amounts of identification that I could provide them over the phone, via email or fax baffled me further.

I eventually figured out, after some research, that they auto close accounts that remain overdrafted after a certain period of time. I called them again, gave them one last opportunity to let me close the account, told them I was aware of their cancellation policy on overdrafts and flat out told them I was going to buy dinner on their behalf if they didn't let me cancel.

I ate well that night, and now my accounts closed.

Worst Bank In Minneapolis, MN

Posted by: crispania | Jun 14, 2014

TCF Bank charges $35.00 a pop if your account is overdrawn $0.1 or $10,000. They post NSF fees first, so your account continues to be overdrawn after other transactions have posted.

Sometimes, you are maxed out but the online record is off, and then you are hit with NSFs fees in a tsunami effect.

Customer service is always bad. The IDS location is a sweat shop and their service slow.

Better bank somewhere else.

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FDIC Certificate #28330
Year Established1923
Employees6086
Primary RegulatorOCC
Profit Margin
Return on Assets - YTD1.03%
Return on Equity - YTD9.57%
Annual Interest Income$473.6MM
Assets and Liabilities
AssetsQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$21.08B$19.85B
LoansQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$17.67B$16.92B
DepositsQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$17.35B$16.00B
Equity CapitalQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$2.31B$2.12B
Loan Loss AllowanceQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$158.6MM$156.1MM
Unbacked Noncurrent LoansQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$196.4MM$204.5MM
Real Estate OwnedQ2 2016vs Q2 2015$36.8MM$58.0MM
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TCF National Bank Savings Account Rates

APYMINMAXACCOUNT NAMEVIEW DETAILS
0.01%$2,500-TCF Premier Savings
0.01%--TCF Power Savings
0.01%--TCF Power Savings - Opened Online
0.01%$2,500-TCF Growth Savings - Opened Online
0.01%$2,500-TCF Growth Savings

TCF National Bank Money Market Rates

APYMINMAXACCOUNT NAMEVIEW DETAILS
0.35%*$25k*$100mTCF Business Premier Money Market - New Money
OTHER TIERS: 0.02% $10k - $25k
0.01%--TCF Small Business Money Market
0.01%--TCF Power Money Market
0.01%--TCF Power Money Market - Opened Online

TCF National Bank Checking Account Rates

APYMINMAXACCOUNT NAMEVIEW DETAILS
0.01%$2,500-TCF Premier Checking
0.01%$2,500-TCF Premier 50+ Checking
0.01%--TCF Premier 62+ Checking
0.01%$2,500-TCF Premier 50+ Checking - Opened Online
0.01%--TCF Premier 62+ Checking - Opened Online
0.01%$2,500-TCF Premier Checking - Opened Online

TCF National Bank CD Rates

APYMINMAXACCOUNT NAMEVIEW DETAILS
0.70%$500-20 Month CD - New Money
0.50%$500-14 Month CD - New Money
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