First National Bank of Pennsylvania

74 E Tioga St, Tunkhannock, PA

Tunkhannock Branch
1 /10 1 Rating
Address:
  74 E Tioga St
  Tunkhannock, PA 18657
   
  Large Map & Directions
   
Phone:
  (570) 836-5555
   
Website:
  https://www.fnb-online.com/
   
Opened:
  1985-04-08
Lobby Hours
Mon: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tue: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wed: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thu: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Fri: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Sat: 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sun: Closed
Cumulative Bank Quality Score (BQS)
Established On:
  Feb. 4, 1864
   
FDIC Certificate Number:
  7888
   
Total Assets:
  $16,422,790,000
   
Deposit Insurance:
  FDIC
Community Bank:
  No
   
Asset Concentration:
  Commercial Lending Specialization
   
Institution Class:
  Commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

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Reviewer: Anonymous User
Date: May 4, 2017

I just would like to share information about First National Bank of Pennsylvania and what a terrible organization they are. my grandfather passed away in January and we are still dealing with it every single day.

My grandfather made the mistake of trusting his neighbor. He could not speak anything but good things about her. Well, little did he know, she was writing checks and cashing them at his bank.

We went to First National Bank with his bank statements and copies of the cashed checks- WHICH CLEARLY he did not sign. They advised they couldn't do ANYTHING because it was too far back. It just so happens that the neighbor is friends with someone at that bank. Oh and I forgot to mention it is the First National Bank of Pennsylvania in Greenfield.

Specifically, there are checks that were made out to “Cash” that contain a signature purporting to be that of my grandfather, but they are clearly forged. Most, if not all of these were cashed by Tracey S. and a simple comparison of the checks and signature card would have prevented this fraudulent activity.

I believe a deeper investigation regarding these checks made out to “Cash” with a forged signature will show that First National Bank failed to exercise reasonable care. I’m certain that a review of surveillance footage will show that Tracey cashed these checks during times that my grandfather was not present at the bank.