A major event happened on December 31, 1957. Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company (1873), Utah Savings and Trust Company (1889) and First National Bank of Salt Lake City (1890) merged to form Zions First National Bank. The newly enlarged institution had a total of $109.5 million in deposits. At this time, the long-familiar apostrophe in Zion's was dropped.
1-800-974-8800 / 9AM - 5PM Mon - Fri
1800 Robert Fulton Dr.
Reston, VA 20191
$100 (money market), $1,000 (CDs)
ATM Withdrawl Fees:
Six withdrawls per month at no charge.
Current Money Market Rates:
Current CD Rates:
I have had mixed experience with Zions. I lost all confidence in them about a year and a half ago when it was suggested that they fund illegals and use the matricular cards as proof of identification. If you don't belive me just call as I did. I closed all my accounts. It is banking like this that places money over national survival that is killing us.
I found this Bank Review website in search of finding another bank. I have been with Zions for 16 years and have been disappointed more and more every year. Customer service is cordial but empty when it comes to actually getting anything done. Yes, I will be changing banks.
I opened a 6 Month CD with Zion. I had to scan and email a few docs over, but that was easier than other banks. They processed it in about 3 business days, but it's a little tricky. For example, the information on how to log in to the site, was on the first email I got, but not in the email I got after my account had been processed. Also, I called to see if my account was processed, the CSR said they would mail me a welcome kit, I would sign something, then mail the signed form back, then they would process my account (over a week after starting the application process). None of this happened! I never got a welcome kit in the mail and they processed my account and direct deposited my money into the CD. All I got in the mail was a receipt. Overall, good experience and I would recommend. But you probably shouldn't listen to the CSRs.
Poor service, poorly trained. Confidential customer information has been compromized. As for me after I'm switching banks..
I've had an account there for more than 12 years now and I've been very happy with the service and the staff. Rates are always a little below the top being offered, but I've never felt to complain about the service at any of their branches. That is hard to find these days.
I have been very happy with Zions bank. I have had a Money Market account there for almost i year.