Suntrust Bank Interest Rates

Suntrust Bank Overview

Suntrust Bank is a major bank within the United States that operates in 12 Eastern states. It is a subsidiary of SunTrust Banks, Inc, a US based financial services holding company.Its origins of the company go back to its predecessors in 1811 as well as in 1934. Suntrust Banks Inc is a public compan... read more

Suntrust Bank Discussion

  • Q: I cannot figure this out, but if I deposit $30,000 in a regular savings account with Suntrust ... how much monthly interest could I expect to earn? Thank you.

    Reply Mitch from Tampa, United States

Suntrust Bank Reviews

  • Don't deposit with SunTrust bank, they will take your check, place a hold on the account for the maximum time they can, just to collect interest on the funds while you cannot use the money. They do not disclose the reason behind the hold. They will make it your fault for the hold, i.e. you're a new customer, you deposited a large amount, you should have called after depositing, etc. Then when you jump thru all the hoops they have requested to get the funds available, they will give you another reason why the funds cannot be released, i.e. we have to do another review on the information provided. All they care about is the interest collected on the funds, no one wants to help assist in getting anything resolved, and they all read from the same script.

    DJ from United States
  • Good personal service, longtime staff in my branch.

    MEE from Norcross , Georgia , United States
  • Every other bank has their rates for savings and money market on their websites. By not being honest and showing rates on your site, you look like you are trying to hide something. I will avoid doing business with a bank that feels they have to HIDE their rates.

    Debbie from Hendersonville , North Carolina , United States
  • I do not like SunTrust Bank, I moved here from Indiana and did not have to pay for my checks. Then When I sold my house in IN and deposited my check for it, I was harassed every time I went to the bank about what they could do with my money. I already knew what I was going to do with my money. I already had a financial advisor and didn't need their help. If I didn't have my bills taken out of my checking account and it wasn't so much trouble I would definitely change banks. I am 80 years old and I don't need the hassle.

    Dorothy from Ottawa , Ontario , Canada