Bank of America Corporate Office

Bank of America Corporate Office Address

Bank of America Corporation
100 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28255

Contact Bank of America

Phone Number: (704) 386-5681
Fax Number: (704) 386-6699
Website: http://www.BankOfAmerica.com
Email: Email Bank of America

Executives

CEO: Brian T. Moynihan
CFO: Bruce R. Thompson
COO: David C. Darnell & Thomas K. Montag

Bank of America History

Bank of America began in 1904 as Bank of Italy.  Amadeo Giannini created the bank in San Francisco to service immigrants that were denied service by other banks.

In 1922 the name changed to Bank of America and Italy after Giannini acquired Banca dell’Italia Meridionale.

In 1930, the name Bank of America was finally adopted after a merger.

In 1956, BankAmerica was created as a holding company for Bank of America.

In 1983, the company expanded outside of California with the acquisition of SeaFirst, a Seattle, WA based bank.

In 1997, Bank of America merged with NationsBank.

In recent years, Bank of America has acquired Countrywide Financial and Merrill Lynch.  The company has also been under fire for taking $20 billion in government TARP money in 2009.

Bank of America is currently the second largest bank holding company in the US.  The BoA network contains over 5500 branch locations and 16,000 ATMs.

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Jack King January 23, 2015 at 8:47 pm

Mr. Moynihan,
I just spent a good portion of my afternoon (Friday, 23 January 2015) in a B of A office in Leesbug, Virginia. My wife and I were changing some accounts from an old trust to a new one. It was a more complex issue than I had supposed, but with consummate good humor and obvious expertise, the B of A Assistant Bankng Center Manager stuck right with us through the entire procedure. She made us feel confident througout that the changes we wanted could and would be accomplished, and, in the end, they were. My wife and I are thankful that this Manager was our helper in this. We wouild like to have Mr. Moynihan recognize this Manage personally. To that end, we ask that Mr. Moynihan contact us so we can provide him the name of this most helpful manager.
JACK KING

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Alana January 13, 2015 at 12:16 am

This bank is a scam. They have completely screwed over my grandfather- He had a positive number in his account and he was overdrafted, and they gave him the run around. Not to mention, the ‘customer service’ operator impersonated a supervisor after being asked for one to be spoken to. This bank is the worst bank my family has ever banked with. They take advantage of people, they lie and when you catch them in a lie, they can’t do anything but try to turn it around on you.

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Furious Georgette January 7, 2015 at 11:23 pm

I have not seen one positive posting, not one compliment on here, at all! I have a huge complaint too, but if I post it amongst these others, I feel like it will get lost in translation!

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Brian Olen Green December 28, 2014 at 7:20 am

OK YOU E MAILED ME AND SAID THAT I HAVE OVER 15 MILLION DOLLARS IN YOUR BANK AND IF I DON’T SEND 55 DOLLARS I WILL LOSE IT ALL TO J.P. MORGAN CHASE IS THAT TRUE IF SO WHY CAN’T YOU JUST TAKE THE 55 DOLLARS OUT OF MY 15 MIL PLEASE E MAIL ME BACK RIGHT AWAY AND IF NEED I WILL SEND THE 55 DOLLARS TODAY

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Ladawnya Adair December 21, 2014 at 8:15 am

I have this bogus scam email coming from your company addresse and the CEO name

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Rev. Amaro Saumell December 19, 2014 at 12:54 pm

Brian Moynihan
Bank of America Corporation
100 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28255

I believe it was about 1988 when I first started doing business with Bank of America. The reason I chose Bank of America was because there were offices everywhere. One could travel a few blocks and find one. Locations were always convenient.

I now live in a more remote place called Needles, California and am a pastor at a church in that location. It is located right where California, Arizona, and Nevada come together. Until recently, we had a Bank of America in our town, until the bank lost its lease.

Most of us made the adjustment and continued to travel on to the Mohave Valley office in Arizona. After all, the whole of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino banks with Bank of America. The diocese covers all of San Bernardino and Riverside counties in California. So, it always made sense to make the sacrifice to drive to Mohave Valley with our deposits, even though it was about fifteen miles away.

Recently, we were informed that your Mohave Valley branch is closing too! So, I called and challenged that closing. I was told that Bank of America was very interested my most valid concerns. For the closing of the Needles, California offices, as well as the Mohave Valley, Arizona offices would inflict great harm on the tri-state community area. This is not only a hardship for the businesses and churches in the area, but also for those private citizens who needed the physical presence of a real bank.

Yes, the area can be considered depressed. In Needles itself, 60% of the population is on some type of government assistance or on Social Security with some kind of direct deposit. Traveling to Mohave, Valley, was difficult enough. Now, it seems that if we are to continue doing business with Bank of America, we have to travel over thirty miles.

Why are you doing this when you claim to support communities? At least Mohave Valley was geographically central to these communities. Your customers are real people with real daily lives. They are not wealthy. But they do need banking services. You are doing great damage and a major dis-service by not keeping the more central location open.

All this gives the impression that “caring for communities” is merely “rhetoric” and unfounded propaganda for marketing purposes, when you are actually participating with the destruction of communities. This is the reality of your “business decision.” Your bank is causing harm.

I am writing this to you because, as a community leader, I didn’t even get the courtesy call as to the final decision, which I was a promised. Our church and other businesses are placed now in a very precarious position insofar as transporting cash and check deposits.

Do you care? Has Bank of America become so insolvent that it cannot keep an office open in the more central location? Do you really care about business and personal individuals enough to keep this branch open for us? Or is the bottom line just about money and your rhetoric about communities just “a good slogan?”

Sincerely,
Rev. Amaro Saumell
St. Ann Church
Needles, California

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