Once wholly owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland, Citizens Bank is now becoming its own autonomous bank, headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, and renamed Citizens Financial Group.
Move over PNC, Citizens, and those other banks. Walmart is moving into banking.
People put a “stop payment” request on their checks for many reasons. Sometimes, a check gets lost in the mail, or it is cancelled because it was made out incorrectly.
Personal banking at PNC may not be quite so personal, as the bank scales back branch banks and transforms them into something called “universal branches.”
It can be a blessing or a curse. That’s how some people describe technology when it comes to online banking.
Retail banking is changing fast with most customers liking the many new options available for making deposits — unlike the old days where everyone had to go to a bank teller.
Starting next year, PNC will do away with completely free checking, but says it will only affect a small percentage of customers.
Author of “Down the Up Escalator: How the 99% Live in the Great Recession” Barbara Garson knows how most individuals are coping with huge economic challenges in this generation.
Some 75,000 customers could be due about $1.4 million dollars due to a settlement by Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania.
The owner of a Pittsburgh ice cream parlor who operates like a bank by paying some customers “interest” in ice cream shop gift cards says state regulators are backing off now that he’s changed the name of the business and put a disclaimer on his website
Everywhere you turn in downtown Pittsburgh, you can find a bank.
Signs that read “Permanently Closed” could be appearing on a PNC branch near you, PNC’s incoming CEO William Demchak told analysts in Boston on Tuesday
If you would like an easier and more convenient way to track your spending on the go, there are five apps that can help you.
The country’s biggest bank – Bank of America – just announced it’s going to start charging $5 a month to customers who use their debit card for purchases. It’s the latest in a series of new bank fees that are creeping onto customers’ statements. So, Consumer Reports’ Money Adviser says you have to be on your toes to avoid paying more.