M_to_the_G wrote:Changing banks and credit card companies always seemed to me to be more hassle than it was worth.
Dandy wrote:Changing credit cards - I have avoided it both for hassle and possible impact on credit ratings.
Kitkat76 wrote:I actually decided on a Ally money market account. FDIC insured, 0.84% interest with free ATM fund access, and free checks. The only downside I can see is the lack of bill pay since it is a money market account. I'll keep my Bank of America checking for bill pay for now.
M_to_the_G wrote:Changing banks and credit card companies always seemed to me to be more hassle than it was worth. Not sure if my thinking is right there, though. But constantly going through them to get a few tenths of a percentage more in savings or more rewards on a card just turns me off.
JustBill wrote:I came to Capital One 360 via their purchase of ING Direct since we were depositors there. Absolutely no complaints about account access, fund transfer efficiency, or ease of their website. This surprises me because I expected a bad experience. Now, if they'd just get rid of Alec Baldwin as a spokesperson.
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