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I went from Bank of America to Justice Federal Credit Union. It was a great choice for me. I think the bank is very strict about opening accounts because some of there branches are in FBI offices etc., which makes complete sense. When calling in they do ask to verify a lot of information to make sure your the right person on the other end, which is great! By far the best bank.
Justice Federal is definitely a better option than a regular banking institution, just for the simple fact that they're a credit union; however, there are some things that could be improved. Some of their branches are NOT accessible to the public and are not clearly marked as such on their website; I tried to make a deposit at one of these branches but was turned away (rather rudely, I might add). When I called customer service to complain about my treatment, they were sympathetic but there seemed to be an attitude of "well, you should have known better", which I didn't appreciate much. Also, their application process to even establish an account there, quite honestly, is a headache; my fiance decided that jumping through the six hundred hoops required to open his account wasn't worth the hassle and he went with another institution. Other than the above-mentioned things, Justice Federal has lived up to my expectations, and I don't foresee leaving them any time soon.