FIFTH THIRD BANK RATINGS

  • Bank Name:Fifth Third Bank
  • Bank Class:Federal Reserve Member Bank
  • Member FDIC:Certificate #6672
  • Locations:1257 Branches in 11 states
2.2 / 5
  • Rating 2.17/

Fifth Third Bank has an overall customer satisfaction rating of 2.2 out of 5 stars based on 6 votes and 2 reviews & complaints for 1257 branches.

FIFTH THIRD BANK INFORMATION

Fifth Third Bank is classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB). Fifth Third Bank is a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 6672.

Fifth Third Bank currently operates with 1257 branches located in 11 states. The bank has most branches in Ohio, Michigan, Florida, Illinois and Indiana. As of today, Fifth Third Bank is the 10th largest bank in US by branch count. Fifth Third Bank is the 3rd largest bank in Ohio with 348 branches; 2nd in Michigan with 229 branches, 9th in Florida with 157 branches, 7th in Illinois with 149 branches and 3rd in Indiana with 128 branches.

Below you can read unbiased reviews, complaints and comments for bank branches or Fifth Third Bank in general. 2 bank customers submitted a review with ratings. Users also submitted 4 votes for the bank without a full review.

FIFTH THIRD BANK REVIEWS & COMPLAINTS

Lea Bell · 9 October 2016
★★ Branch review: Turkey Lake Branch

How unhelpful website. What are the hours open m-f and S?

Amy Click · 3 June 2016
★★★★★ Branch review: South High Street Branch

Such nice staff! Everyone is always upbeat and friendly! Banking isn't one of my favorite things, but this branch makes it fun! Thanks for making me a happy, lifelong customer

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MOST POPULAR BRANCHES
550 North Summit Street, Toledo, OH 43604
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