TCF swings to rare loss, but shares hold steady

  • Article by: JENNIFER BJORHUS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 19, 2012 - 10:33 PM

The state's No. 3 bank by deposits takes a hit from a costly balance sheet overhaul.

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paige7Apr. 19, 12 2:59 PM

"A significant number of people have left the banking system and are simply operating on cash to avoid service charges," Cooper said. Um, no, Mr. Cooper, a significant number of people have grown tired of corporate greed and are moving to credit unions. Your bank just happens to be the most egregious example of said greed.

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ashleystpaulApr. 20, 1212:22 PM

I left TCF a couple of months ago. Now, rather than being charged $9.95 per month for my "free checking" plus $1.95 a month to be allowed to see my check images (which they have anyway because all checks are scanned) I am with a credit union that actually gives me interest and small difvidends on my checking account. And they don't hold my money as long as possible before allowing me to access it. No, TCF, we haven't left the banking system. We've left TCF.

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member11Apr. 20, 1212:27 PM

Ain't that the truth - I just closed my checking account of 26 years last month due to the recent imposition of a $10 a month "account maintenance fee".

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