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First National Bank Of Omaha

78TH & CASS
Omaha, NE
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User Comment #1
by on May 4th, 2009 at
Don't even think about banking at First National Bank of Omaha. They rob the poor. Seriously. If anyone is looking for a good bank in Omaha, reject these crooks outright. Let me tell you about a true experience with First National today.

My wife filled out rebate paperwork for a couple of cell phones we purchased for our children this Christmas. We received a $100 rebate check in the mail from Sprint. It was payable from the First National Bank of Omaha. My wife took the check to First National Bank of Omaha to cash. They would not cash their own check for free. As if that is not enough, they said the fee was $50.00 (since the check was for $100 or more). Unbelievable right? $50 for the bank to honor a check from it's own account holder. We should have mailed the check in to our own bank (presumably, First National Bank would have sent the full $100 to another bank). This was, in my opinion, a classic case of modern day usury. Unfortunately, we had procrastinated until the very last day (it said on the front of the check that it was only valid for 90 days). Okay, so we are partially to blame for waiting so long, right? Still, for a bank to take a full half of a rebate check for the "service" of paying money out of one of its own account holders!

To top it off, they didn't even give my wife the $50 rebate in cash, but said they would send a "cashier's check"--I wonder if they pay these out at the bank. It's sad when grocery store check cashing is better than the bank that issued the check.

If you have had similar experiences with this worthless bank, I encourage you to tell your story here, or anywhere else you can to get the word out.

By the way, I recommend my bank, USAA Federal Savings Bank. It happens to be in Texas, so you have to bank over the Internet most of the time, but free checks, great service, and perhaps best of all, it pays all ATM fees (up to 10 a month), including those charged by other banks (professional criminals if you ask me).
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