Bmo Harris Bank National Association Reviews, Complaints, and Report 2019

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Below is compiled information from the U.S Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that can help you evaluate the financial products and services of Bmo Harris Bank National Association.

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Complaint Received: 2/19/2019

Product
Payday loan, title loan, or personal loan
Installment loan

Issue
Problem with the payoff process at the end of the loan

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/15/2019

Product
Credit card or prepaid card
General-purpose credit card or charge card

Issue
Fees or interest
Problem with fees

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/13/2019

Product
Mortgage
Home equity loan or line of credit (HELOC)

Issue
Trouble during payment process

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/12/2019

Product
Checking or savings account
Checking account

Issue
Managing an account
Problem making or receiving payments

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/7/2019

Product
Checking or savings account
Other banking product or service

Issue
Managing an account
Problem accessing account

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/3/2019

Product
Checking or savings account
Checking account

Issue
Opening an account
Didn't receive terms that were advertised

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 2/1/2019

Product
Checking or savings account
Checking account

Issue
Managing an account
Deposits and withdrawals

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 1/14/2019

Product
Mortgage
Other type of mortgage

Issue
Closing on a mortgage

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

Complaint Received: 12/20/2018

Product
Checking or savings account
Checking account

Issue
Closing an account
Company closed your account

Company Complaint Response
Company has responded to the consumer and the CFPB and chooses not to provide a public response

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