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Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions serving consumers, small and mid-size businesses, as well as large companies through a full range of banking and investing services at over 5,700 retail banking locations. Find Bank of America locations near you.

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What Insiders are Saying about Bank of America

Bank of America in Canton, CT


By Eugenie R.

This kroger never seems to be over-crowded, the store is clean, the staff is helpful and the store itself is easy to navigate. The pharmacy staff are VERY helpful as well.

Bank of America in Boston, GA


By Kathleen P.

Steven Amico is the best and most honest broker I have had the pleasure of knowing. He is always full of sound advice, knows the market and the best investment options for retirement. If you need retirement planning advice, contact him. If you need stock market advice, contact him. Your investments will be safe with him for sure. PROS: Honesty and intelligence in this man. CONS: None

Bank of America in Garland, TX


By Harin P.

Bank of America is a great bank. Compared to Bank One, I would say that they are the exact same... the people, the atmosphere, and the banking options. Bank of America has many more ATM locations and this is one advantage.

Bank of America in Conroe, TX


By T. W.

After years of banking in Houston and living in Conroe I have opened accounts at Bank of America in Conroe. I have been extremely pleased with their service. The staff made setting up the accounts easy and painless. I also love their online banking options and the ease and convenience of their location.

Bank of America in Mill Creek, CA


By Shannon K.

This particular location of the Bank of America has the friendliest tellers who take the time to get to know their customers, sometimes even by name. For sure this is an awesome place to take care of financial needs.

About Bank of America

Bank of America is the largest commercial bank in the U.S. as measured by the number of deposits. Prior to 1998, the Bank of America that exists today was known as NationsBank. In 1998, NationsBank merged with Bank of America and took the Bank of America name. Today, Bank of America is the largest issuer of credit, debt and prepaid cards in the world in addition to being the largest small business and consumer bank in the U.S.