PNC Financial Services may be hiding fees and charges in your bill. Understanding your bill will help you avoid unnecessary cost.
PNC Financial Services isn’t as big a name as other banking institutions, so it’s no surprise that many people are a bit confused about some of their fees or charges once they finally get their bill. Today, we’re going to break down the extra charges you might see on your PNC statement so you aren’t surprised next time the first rolls around.
PNC Financial Services allows you to open checking, savings, and money market accounts, so your statement may vary slightly depending on the account you’ve opened with them. But they should all have a detailed breakdown of your current account balance, as well as any deposits or withdrawals, located on the left-hand side. Furthermore, you will see an additional “fees” section that tells you what PNC charged you during the month.
There are lots of potential charges or fees you might experience with PNC. Let’s break them down one by one:
PNC has a customer service page you can call on if you need to contact them to contest a fee or if you have another question we haven’t answered. A Twitter team is also available if you want a truly rapid response.
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