Twitter is an excellent tool for individuals interested in the world of finance and banking — or for anyone looking to improve their current financial status. The platform gives banks a chance to announce lucrative promotions, inform customers about upcoming contests and provide fast solutions for any customer service needs.
Following the financial institutions you bank with will keep you informed of the most recent news as soon as it hits the web. Here are seven banks worth following on Twitter, even if you don’t bank with them just yet. Enjoy getting up-to-date information on financial institutions via Twitter, but make sure you use social media channels with care or it could negatively affect your finances.
Forbes lists JPMorgan Chase as one of America’s biggest banks — with assets of $2.39 trillion — making it an excellent financial institution to follow. The company’s Twitter account handle is @jpmorgan and it has 364,000 followers.
If you enjoy contributing your opinion, complete one of the company’s regular polls on Twitter. When it comes to customer service, the company is quick to address all issues with its separate Twitter account, which you can access at @ChaseSupport.
— J.P. Morgan (@jpmorgan) July 31, 2017
The popular financial institution listed its current assets as $1.9 trillion, its current number of banks as 8,600 and its number of ATMs at 13,000 in its first quarter 2017 report. Wells Fargo has an active Twitter account with 266,000 followers and more than 12,400 tweets.
You can find Wells Fargo on Twitter by looking up the handle @WellsFargo. Customers in need of support should go to @Ask_WellsFargo, where all questions and concerns will be immediately addressed, according to Wells Fargo.
— Wells Fargo (@WellsFargo) August 1, 2017
Bank of America
Bank of America is one of the top banks on Twitter. One of the important fintech influencers, the bank reported a 13 percent growth at the end of 2016 that earned it an additional $18 billion. Bank of America’s Twitter handle is @BankofAmerica — it has 488,000 followers and posts regularly about its services and partnerships.
You can even enter the occasional contest to win San Francisco Giants tickets, for example. Customers are welcome to ask questions by using the handle @BofA_Help. The company monitors and responds to this account from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday.
— Central Park (@CentralParkNYC) July 31, 2017
One of the 10 largest banks in America, TD Bank has a solid Twitter presence with a total of 44,000 followers and more than 76,000 tweets. Customers can learn more about finance on Twitter by visiting the company’s main page, @TDBank_US, or by entering the handle for its official newsroom page, @TDNews_US. According to TD Bank, it addresses all comments it gets through Twitter in a timely manner right on the company’s main Twitter page.
— TD Bank News (@TDNews_US) July 17, 2017
Related: Best National Bank of 2017 — TD Bank
Citizens Bank is owned by Citizens Financial Group, which lists its assets at $151.4 billion. Follow this company on Twitter for information on its mobile apps and 24-hour customer service.
Citizen’s Bank’s Twitter handle is @CitizensBank — the account has 19,300 followers and 24,200 tweets. Questions and concerns are taken seriously at @AskCitizensBank, where customers regularly post about their positive experiences with the bank’s customer service team. Keep an eye out for contests, like the Fund Your Dreams Giveaway. And don’t forget to check for savings account promotions from Citizens, too.
— Phillies (@Phillies) July 26, 2017
At the end of its March 2017 quarter, Ally Bank reported a total of $122 million in assets. When it comes to fintech Twitter accounts, you’ll appreciate Ally Bank’s three different pages — you’ll want to follow Ally, which GOBankingRates voted the best online bank of 2017.
— Ally (@Ally) August 2, 2017
Citibank is owned by Citigroup Inc., which listed its assets as $1.792 trillion in its 2016 annual report. In addition, Citi was ranked No.1 in fixed-income market share for two years in a row.
Follow Citibank on Twitter using the handle @Citibank to interact with the company and its 377,000 followers. For customer service assistance, you’ll need to use the handle @AskCiti. Watch for promotions, like a chance to be featured on the Citi fan cam.
— Citibank (@Citibank) July 29, 2017
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