Tell Your Mega-Bank Why You Broke Up
Following is contact information for the four largest depository banks in the US.
You can use this information
to send a letter to the CEO explaining why you broke up with the bank.
|Vikram Pandit, CEO
399 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10043
Toll Free: 800-285-3000
Brian Moynihan, CEO
Bank of America
100 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28255
Toll Free: 800-299-2265
|Jamie Dimon, CEO
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
270 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10017
|John G. Stumpf, CEO
Wells Fargo & Co.
420 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94163
You can find more contact information for Mega-Banks and send messages directly to bank executives at:
(Edit to reflect your experience.)
Dear (Name of your mega-bank or its CEO):
After XX years as an account holder, I have closed my checking account/savings account/credit card with name of bank.
Taking this step has been on my mind for some time, especially in light of the economic crash of 2008 that continues to plague our nation and the shameful role of the largest banks in driving that financial collapse.
I wanted you to know that I am no longer going to be part of financial institutions that profit at the expense of the majority through unfair fees and especially at the expense of economically marginalized communities and individuals through predatory practices.
I am no longer going to be part of financial institutions that don’t know me and don’t care about my specific needs and questions. I am no longer going to be part of financial institutions that pay their top executives exorbitant salaries – and bonuses – while their clients face foreclosure and economic hardship that could largely have been prevented.
I am no longer going to be part of financial institutions that invest in fossil fuels while the need to be move to renewable energy becomes increasingly dire each day. I am no longer going to be part of financial institutions that are not lending to the small businesses that are the engines of jobs and innovation for our economy.
It is with a sense of pride in what our country and financial system can do, that I am now meeting my household’s banking needs with a community development financial institution. I now have a smaller community development bank/credit union that works to know me and my circumstances.
My new financial institution is dedicated to the economic uplift of struggling communities, not to extracting profit from those in need. My new bank/credit union is helping me play the constructive role I want to play in making economic well being a reality for more Americans. I can now tell my family/friends/children about the good that my deposits are doing. I only wish that this had always been the case.
(Your Name and Contact information)
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