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This review is specifically for my experiences with a Savings account from First Hawaiian Bank (FHB). Everything about my experiences are positive except for one instance; I had trouble closing my Savings account in the past. But the details aren't so bad that I'd give FHB a low rating. It's still a 4.9999 / 5 star bank with 5-stars in most categories.
The only negative: One year, I had less than $300 in my Savings -if below $300, then I get charged a service fee of $4.50/month. Acceptable and totally fair, but I didn't like losing money each month, so I called up FHB. They said I'd need to go to the bank in person to close my account, but not until the beginning of the next month. Unfortunately, the day I called was like the 2nd day of the month, so I had to wait a long time to make my next move. That also meant I'd get charged another $4.50 fee.
At the beginning of the next month I went to the bank as instructed. There, the teller said there had been a policy change: all requests to close Savings accounts must be initialized 6 months in advance. I wasn't told about that on the phone. Turns out, the new policy "had just become active."
If I were to abide by that policy, then I'd be giving FHB the right to prob me for another 6 months -up to $27 more in service fees ($4.50 x 6 mo). Luckily the teller was understanding of my situation and overrode the policy; she let me close my account right then and there. So again, 5-stars for customer service. A little less rating for policies and clarity, but that was back then, in 2007. I've had no problems since then!…show more
I've only had a First Hawaiian Bank account for about 6 years (ever since I moved away from home). There are a few issues that I have with First Hawaiian, most of their locations aren't open as long as other banks that I have reviewed. They don't have in-store branches which does limit the availability of First Hawaiian. I believe their hours are around regular work hours too (9-6 maybe?). They do have one very redeeming quality though. Their ATMs are at all the 7-11's throughout Hawaii. This is huge, especially since I live near a few of them so depending on which direction I'm going I can withdraw what I need for the day. Their staff is pretty friendly and knowledgeable regarding their products and I can't say that I have had any real issues with the savings account that I have there. Their rates are rather noncompetitive but what do you expect coming from prime rates that are at 0%.…show more
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