Merged/Acquired

The Bank of Denver


Overview / Commentary
303-572-3600
810 E. 17Th Ave.
Denver, CO 80218

The Bank of Denver is no longer doing business under that name because it has been merged or acquired. See the successor institution MidWestOne Bank.

Reviews (7)

Full Service Bank!

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I've got to give The Bank of Denver "kudos"! This bank is a "full service bank", providing a good savings rate plan for one's checking account,, a fair requirement to earn savings on one's checking account by qualifying through fair debits to the account each accounting period. Further, those checking savings each qualifying month are transferred to your savings account. Additionally, the savings account earns a better than average competitive interest rate also. Further, they offer a better than average CD rate. The Bank of Denver has excellent communication and assistance. When things go wrong for some reason, which happens to all banks from time-to-time, we have to be understanding.
We are in difficult times, and The Bank of Denver is the best that I have encountered to assist me as a "Big Saver", to meet my goals as best it can during these financially challenging times!!! Thank You Bank of Denver!!!

Bank Of Denver Merges With Midwestone

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We want to share some exciting news: Bank of Denver’s parent company, Denver Bankshares, Inc., is merging with Iowa-based MidWestOne Financial Group, Inc. Our shared values and community focus make this merger an ideal match. Founded in 1934, MidWestOne Bank operates 57 branches in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Florida, and Colorado, and offers personal, commercial, treasury management, agricultural, wealth management, and trust services. The Bank’s mission, since 1934, has been to take care of our customers and those who should be.

We chose to join a larger institution which will enable us to continue our mission of delivering great personal service and the best financial products to our customers and the local communities we serve. The Bank of Denver will be joining a growing company that has a shared value of excellent customer service. Since 1934, MidWestOne’s mission statement has been: Take care of our customers and those who should be.

The merger will take several months to complete, so nothing changes immediately. Continue banking as you do today. In the months to come we will communicate with you frequently, as we make the transition to MidWestOne Bank. Our number one goal through this merger is to deliver great personal service.

Thank you for trusting Bank of Denver.

Rude Customer Service And Cut Interest Rates

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I had closed the account because their interest rates cut. Then I got a letter in the mail months later saying my account was dormant. I called and got transferred to billing department. If you ask her a question, she'll say "I don't know" and be silent, rather than FIND the answer. I had to ask her a bunch of questions to get her to do something, i said thanks and she said "uh huh" and hung up. So rude and completely unprofessional. There are much better banks out there.

Really Horrible Experience

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One of the worst banks I ever dealt with. They change the rules all the time so be careful as you can get caught in situations where your money is sitting with almost no interest.

Toxic Bank

horrible customer service
anti-customer
impossible to work with
unless you're in a branch, can't get money in or out without hassle

Bank Is Struggling...

The reps have really struggled to provide quality customer service. The bank misdirected my opening deposit that was withdrawn from my external bank via ACH. BOD staff asked me to work with that external bank's back end staff to provide ACH documents that I'd never seen in my life, and was told that BOD should have handled, but couldn't,,, This episode was repeated with other errors in my first two months. By the time the errors completely stopped months later, BOD had lowered its interest rate, raised qualification requirements, and have stopped accepting out of state customers. For me personally, I've had enough...

Worst Bank Ever!!!

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If I could put 0 stars I would. Our account has been hacked 4 times since 2009. Then we get fees for going into overdraft because of these fraudulent charges on our account and the bank tells us we are responsible because the card is in our possession!!!& I have never been with a bank that holds you responsible when someone steals your information. It is basically like saying you can't use your card anywhere because if they steal your info you are responsible. I would never recommend anyone get an account here. Plus they do not have 24 hour assistance so we had to wait a day to report fraudulent activity on our account. They don't have convenient locations and where we live you have to drive all the way across town to make deposits or withdrawal money.



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