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I opened up a Bank of Hawaii account when my family purchased an island estate for our vacations. I figured since I was going to spend a few months every year in Hawaii, I would need to get a local checking account instead of relying and hoping that one of the Big Banks would be in the area. Needless to say, I am glad that I opened up my account with Bank of Hawaii. They have been extremely helpful and their checking services are better and faster than what I am traditionally used to. All deposits are immediately credited and show up in real time. In the past, my experience has been delays and fees with other banks. This is not the case with Bank of Hawaii. Great bank and great service.…show more
Bank of Hawaii was the first place that I went to when I got my first checking account, after getting my first pay check. It was a great starting point and I do not regret it, but knowing what I know now, I could have found a better place such as a credit union. Getting a checking account over here was easy. It just took a couple of minutes and I was in. The location was convenient, and service was always really quick. My problem with banks in general, or Bank of Hawaii, is that the benefits of having a checking account are virtually nonexistent. I feel like it's just a place to hold your money that comes with a debit card to use anywhere. This was definitely a great starting point for me, but given my needs I should have tried a credit union first.…show more
I had a Bank of Hawaii Free Checking Account since I've been about 10 years old. My father used to work at Bank of Hawaii so he was the one who actually set up the checking account. I'm a big fan of Bank of Hawaii because of their locations. I work right across the street of a Bank of Hawaii Branch and my credit union uses their ATMs as well so it's a bit more convenient. I've also had personal loans with Bank of Hawaii and their staff was very courteous and helped me when I was purchasing a motorcycle. Their tellers are very knowledgeable and have helped me when I needed to cash a few US savings bonds. I'm giving them 5 stars because they are just about as convenient as American Savings Bank but closer in proximity to my work.…show more
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