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First Bank of Delaware – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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5 Comments

  • they sent me a letter saying i owe them 1000.00 dollars for loan i took out in 2009 and i never got a loan from that bank in my life. so to resolve they offered me a smaller amount to pay and they would clear it up for me although they want the money out of a checking account and will not use my debit card i feel they are scamming me due to the fact i never borrowed the money!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I am a commercial customer for this bank. I took a loan for 250,000 from this bank for 5 years or so.. In the begging everything seemed fine. but I regret my decision of going with this bank.. This bank is ran by nothing but bunch of unprofessionals. My complaint is not about interest rate or any charges but their service. their employees and management is not even on same page. completely clue less operation. plz plz plz do not give this bank any business. they need to go out of business.

  • I am a commercial customer for this bank. I took a loan for 250,000 from this bank for 5 years or so.. In the begging everything seemed fine. but I regret my decision of going with this bank.. This bank is ran by nothing but bunch of unprofessionals. My complaint is not about interest rate or any charges but their service. their employees and management is not even on same page. completely clue less operation. plz plz plz do not give this bank any business. they need to go out of business.

  • For some reason these people sent me a loan offer for up to $700.00. The interest rate was a reasonable 324% (that’s not a typo) to be repayed with 12 conveinient bi-weekly payments (also not a typo) of $134.00.

    I was so amused by this that I’ve spent some time online reading up on the First Bank of Delaware; which is how I ended up here. Apparently 1st B of D is well known for sub-prime loans.

    I find it hard to believe anyone would ever even consider doing business with them. Also, if they are involved with sub-primes it solidifies my belief that no
    matter how fashionable it may be to “blame Bush” for the housing meltdown, the reality is that people stupid enough to do tbis kind of business are the real culprits.

    If you want a laugh, type “first bank of delaware scam” into Google and read the comments on the complaint blogs. Priceless!

    First Bank of Delaware, the only thing more pathetic than your operation is someone stupid enough to do business with you.

  • For some reason these people sent me a loan offer for up to $700.00. The interest rate was a reasonable 324% (that’s not a typo) to be repayed with 12 conveinient bi-weekly payments (also not a typo) of $134.00.

    I was so amused by this that I’ve spent some time online reading up on the First Bank of Delaware; which is how I ended up here. Apparently 1st B of D is well known for sub-prime loans.

    I find it hard to believe anyone would ever even consider doing business with them. Also, if they are involved with sub-primes it solidifies my belief that no
    matter how fashionable it may be to “blame Bush” for the housing meltdown, the reality is that people stupid enough to do tbis kind of business are the real culprits.

    If you want a laugh, type “first bank of delaware scam” into Google and read the comments on the complaint blogs. Priceless!

    First Bank of Delaware, the only thing more pathetic than your operation is someone stupid enough to do business with you.

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