I switched to USAA because of all the hype I had heard about them. Boy did I make a mistake, not only can you not deposit money or check directly to your account without a 7 day hold they will not credit your account on the day promissed. I had checked my account at 10PM on the 4th of December and the account still had a hold on some of my money. well the check I wrote had not come through at that time as well so I figured cool the hold releases at midnight and we would be fine. Well boy was I mistaken, yea the check tried to clear after midnight and they charged my account the 29 dollars and sent the check back then released my funds to the account and I still had enough money to clear the check. Big mistake on my part for believing in a Virtual institution anyway so yea my bad guess I will go to the local bank and pay the monthly fee for face to face service instead of the standard (I am sorry for your frustration sir) and thank you for banking with USAA. Ha! guess we live and learn! Not really believeing in all the we are here for the military thing as well, Have a great day and sorry I cannot do any more banking with you and sorry for your disapointment in a DISABLED VETERAN !
First of all, I have never had any issues with USAA Banking, and I've had many different transactions with them over the years.
Second of all, real men/women don't thump their chests about their disability status nor feel entitled to special treatment due to such status. This is a dead give-away.
USAA isn't perfect, but exhibits a high level of customer service and honor.
He forgot to mention his disability rating is probably a whopping 10%. Everyone wants to be a war hero. If he worked fir me in the military I would send him to budget counseling so he could learn how to manage money instead of blaming others. Since the owners of USAa are the accoubt holders what he did was point fingers at real disabled veterans, military retirees, and widows. He ought to be ashamed of himself.