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I have two home mortgages with US Bank and have been happy with how they have serviced the loans. The customer service staff is super friendly and they answer calls promptly and with a good level of proficiency. I also had a home equity loan with US Bank and paid off in full. I kept it open, thinking it wasn't costing me anything, but it did. They assessed a $90 annual fee on the home equity line. Which is ridiculous given the interest fees they are making, made worse they weren't providing any administrative support or putting any resources towards the my account. I contacted US Bank about a possible refund to no avail. Which is unfortunate because when I am given a banking or home mortage choice, I will chose another provider.
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