Banks are rolling out free mobile apps that help consumers find new homes so they can market their mortgage loans from Day 1.
The difference in uptake of banking products between loyal customers and everyone else is a whopping 14 percentage points.
The ten largest retail bank brands in the U.S. stand to lose a combined $92 billion in deposits next year. Smells like opportunity for everyone else.
Many banks worry prepaid will cut into their checking business. Some are diving in, while others are sitting on the sidelines, unsure how they want to play the game.
The banking industry has steadily improved their customer service and satisfaction scores over the last three years, but credit unions are way in the lead.
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It takes 2+ hours to read the average bank's checking account disclosure form. But banks and credit unions can cut it down to 1-2 pages. If BofA can do it, so can you.
59% of Chase customers say they are "satisfied" or "extremely satisfied," compared to Citi at 55%, BofA at 48% and Wells Fargo at 47%.