Bank Of Hawaii

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ZERO!!! Many decent good people work for Bank of Hawai'i. However management is deceitful and abusive toward the disabled. A kind person opened my account, but never told me about opt-out -so Bank of Hawai'i sold my name and address to Affinion. I have the mailings to prove it. Affinion is under investigation by the Attorney General of the State of California. Yuck!!! I'm sure that they don't sell the names of wealthy people who bank with them. I asked Kona branch manager Carol for her business card and to find out why they sold my name. She would not give me her business card or even answer my question. Also I had let the teller Marjoelyn M. know that I was disabled and requested a cashier's check. She cruelly and coldly told me 3 minutes later that she did not write down the $ amount I gave her because, "We don't write down amounts at the beginning of a transaction." Not True. I have had others help me before. The supervisor showed up and repeated a hateful mantra "Since YOU didn't want to work with her..." putting all blame on me, the disabled veteran. A man named Stephen A. Brock showed up and claimed, "We don't sell people's info." He also refused to give me his business card. He scribbled his name on a piece of paper showing me his contempt for my situation. He also stood two feet from me with his crotch in my face while Carol went to retrieve some information for me. Stephen A. Brock did not want me to know that he is Big Island Regional Manager. I found this out from their 800 number. Bottom line these people worship money and will cover up their employee's actions. Also I learned that their online banking system is useless. I brought a printout showing a large balance which did not even exist in the account. When I showed this to a previous manager he told me, "There's a disclaimer stating that the online banking is not reliable data."' Lies, coverups and hate! They are not responsible for anything they do. And 800 customer service refuse to give anyone a name and a physical address for corporate headquarters. Definitely a major warning signs of Bank of Hawaii's contempt for non-millionaires and especially for the disabled.

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ZERO!!! Many decent good people work for Bank of Hawai'i. However management is deceitful and abusive toward the disabled. A kind person opened my account, but never told me about opt-out -so Bank of Hawai'i sold my name and address to Affinion. I have the mailings to prove it. Affinion is under investigation by the Attorney General of the State of California. Yuck!!! I'm sure that they don't sell the names of wealthy people who bank with them. I asked Kona branch manager Carol for her business card and to find out why they sold my name. She would not give me her business card or even answer my question. Also I had let the teller Marjoelyn M. know that I was disabled and requested a cashier's check. She cruelly and coldly told me 3 minutes later that she did not write down the $ amount I gave her because, "We don't write down amounts at the beginning of a transaction." Not True. I have had others help me before. The supervisor showed up and repeated a hateful mantra "Since YOU didn't want to work with her..." putting all blame on me, the disabled veteran. A man named Stephen A. Brock showed up and claimed, "We don't sell people's info." He also refused to give me his business card. He scribbled his name on a piece of paper showing me his contempt for my situation. He also stood two feet from me with his crotch in my face while Carol went to retrieve some information for me. Stephen A. Brock did not want me to know that he is Big Island Regional Manager. I found this out from their 800 number. Bottom line these people worship money and will cover up their employee's actions. Also I learned that their online banking system is useless. I brought a printout showing a large balance which did not even exist in the account. When I showed this to a previous manager he told me, "There's a disclaimer stating that the online banking is not reliable data."' Lies, coverups and hate! They are not responsible for anything they do. And 800 customer service refuse to give anyone a name and a physical address for corporate headquarters. Definitely a major warning signs of Bank of Hawaii's contempt for non-millionaires and especially for the disabled.

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BOH sucks! They will do anything they can to make sure you bounce checks. Even if it means doing account transfers on your behalf such that you don't have funds to pay for an obligation.

The bank doesn't really give a crap about its members. I have a mortgage with BOH. 9 months after I started my loan, I called my loan officer, she wouldn't call me back. NO ONE from BOH would call me back about refinancing my mortgage.

I guess a bank can approach their members from 2 different perspectives.

1) You can ignore and rape your members - get all the money you can.

2) You can work with your members to reduce loan obligations. Keep the loan, it may not pay quite as much, but it pays. Work with your members.

Credit Unions tend to do #2. Banks tend to do #1.

The only reason I could recommend BOH is for ATMs. They cover the islands well. Honestly though, that's all they have going for them. I will recommend that people should not use BOH unless they like getting raped.

I will never bank with BOH again. Ever!!

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0 Stars!

BOH sucks! They will do anything they can to make sure you bounce checks. Even if it means doing account transfers on your behalf such that you don't have funds to pay for an obligation.

The bank doesn't really give a crap about its members. I have a mortgage with BOH. 9 months after I started my loan, I called my loan officer, she wouldn't call me back. NO ONE from BOH would call me back about refinancing my mortgage.

I guess a bank can approach their members from 2 different perspectives.

1) You can ignore and rape your members - get all the money you can.

2) You can work with your members to reduce loan obligations. Keep the loan, it may not pay quite as much, but it pays. Work with your members.

Credit Unions tend to do #2. Banks tend to do #1.

The only reason I could recommend BOH is for ATMs. They cover the islands well. Honestly though, that's all they have going for them. I will recommend that people should not use BOH unless they like getting raped.

I will never bank with BOH again. Ever!!

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Who ever heard of fee's for closing an account with them. I have been charged a fee for closing account and 15 years later they are still trying to get me to pay that fee. Every summer I get a notice saying they have a summer special and how I can pay this bill. I hear from them once a year.

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Who ever heard of fee's for closing an account with them. I have been charged a fee for closing account and 15 years later they are still trying to get me to pay that fee. Every summer I get a notice saying they have a summer special and how I can pay this bill. I hear from them once a year.

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