Unexpected Bank Branch Closures in Pennsylvania Now Surge

Unexpected bank branch closures in Pennsylvania now surge according to new data from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

According to the latest filing, a total of 6 new bank branches are scheduled to permanently close.

They are:

  • Huntington NB. 650 Smithfield St, Pittsburgh
  • Citizens Bank. 5301 Grove Rd, Pittsburgh
  • Citizens Bank. 153 West Orange St, Shippensburg
  • Citizens Bank. 11000 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia
  • Citizens Bank. 824 East St Rd, Warminster
  • Citizens Bank. 5142 State Rt 30, Greensburg

Below is a list of other bank branches closing in Pennsylvania soon:

  • Citizens Bank. 6601 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia
  • Citizens Bank. 1 Eeast Maun St, Lititiz
  • Bank of America. 3475 Aramingo Avenue, Philadelphia
  • Bank of America. 3100 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill
  • Bank of America. 6 East Trenton Avenue, Morrisville
  • Bank of America. 2439 Welsh Road, Philadelphia
  • PNC Bank. 202 N Walnut St, Bath
  • PNC Bank. 301 West Trenton Ave, Morrisville
  • PNC Bank. 14 N Main St, Plains
  • PNC Bank. Two North Mill St, New Castle
  • PNC Bank. 1969 E 3rd St, Williamsport

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Also Read: A US Bank is Now Denying Customers Access to Money

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Chase now makes unexpected customer account closures according to a new report which prevented a user from accessing money.

The Chase customer, which posted to Reddit, says they were left without any access to their money after the bank abruptly closed their account.

They first opened the bank account in November and have been using it regularly since then, reports The-Sun.

On Reddit, they explained that they were trying to buy something when they found out the account had been suspended.

They called Chase but were not given a reason as to why the account was closed or what they could do to get it back open.

The user further explained that they had filed five disputes since opening the account due to things like being charged twice for one product.

They were also selling Stanley Cups online and had five different Zelle users send them money within four days.

“Now I’m freaking out wondering why they closed my account?” they wrote.

“I am also scared they won’t find those disputes in my favor now since the account is closed, and I will owe the money?”

“I don’t want a collection, I don’t want in trouble because I don’t do anything wrong like money laundering, crypto, etc! Help!”

In the comments, the responses didn’t paint an optimistic picture.

“Multiple disputes plus multiple Zelle payments from various accounts? You’re a giant fraud flag,” wrote one person.

Another added: “Your disputes might be justified, but Chase just doesn’t want to deal with you anymore.”

“Spot on. 5 disputes in 2 months? That’s on pace for 30 in a year, for a brand new account to boot. What kind of banking institution would want to deal with that?” replied a third user.

Banks typically cannot comment on individual customers’ matters.

Also Read: A US Bank is Now Freezing Some Retiree Accounts

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