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Author: akleck One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 24247  
Subject: How's ETRADE these days? Date: 2/20/2001 3:36 PM
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I'm shopping for a bank, would like to replace Wells Fargo. I'm looking into ETRADE since I already have a brokerage account there. I've read in posts from last year that ETRADE has some challenging "features": deposits are via mail only, transactions take long to post, and that there are problems with the online bill pay.

Has it improved at all?

It seems like false advertising to open an internet-only bank, and then provide transactions that are SLOWER than the brick & morter banks! I read that ETRADE is sending checks in the mail in order to transact some online bill payments: I could do that!

They advertise high interest rates because they have no brick & mortar. But I thought I read recently that they're going to open a few branches!

I think I'm talking myself out of it.......... :)
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