Does anybody know how to contact the president of Bank of America?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Bank of America Corp. (DE)
100 North Tryon Street
Bank Of America Corporate Center
Charlotte, NC 28255
United States - Map
Web Site: http://www.bankofamerica.com
Mr. Kenneth D. Lewis , 58
Chairman, Chief Exec. Officer, Pres, Member of Exec. Committee, Chief Exec. Officer of Bank of America NA of Bank of America NASource(s): http://finance.yahoo.com/q/pr?s=BAC
- Lori ALv 61 decade ago
Go to Yahoo Finance and pull of a profile for B of A. It will list the main phone number for the company AND the names of all the corporate officers.
Almost all public corporations have problem resolution centers in their executive suite. This is not standard customer service, its where you'd end up after massive escalation, so my attitude after getting frustrated one or two levels up from the bottom is to go to the top and let it trickle down.
It has worked well for me in all but three cases - Electronic arts (and actually a service tech calling me for something else actually resolved what no one else had been able to), American Airlines (where I was lied to in the executive suite no less) and Chase Bank (they just suck).
Make sure you note date and time and name of everyone you talk to.
I see someone above did it for you. Good job! But now you know how he did that so you can do that next time you're angry.
- satherLv 44 years ago
Who runs united statesa.? the innovations of the wealthy and the wealthy all worldwide run united statesa., Bush set up a gadget the place in hassle-free terms the wealthy can dominate and the place center type is no longer conceivable to realize, you're the two wealthy, decrease center type, or undesirable, the folk we call center type are suffering to maintain the very roofs they stay under, the folk who stay in residences have grasping land lords that take and take. we are set up in a gadget all worldwide the place the wealthy have devised a gadget the place in hassle-free terms they might dominate, in china, in japan, in Russia, In Africa, contained in the middle east, contained in the U.S, its a similar everywhere, we are being functioned in a society of worry and greed, i like to call this very genuine concept the Governmental Monopoly Chain. So once you ask who runs the government the banks or the President all I ought to declare is that the President is basically a pawn who gos in finished of wish thinking he can carry his techniques to a actuality, even nevertheless the techniques of the organic are rejected as techniques of greed are supported by utilising people who've hearts of greed. and regrettably in this international we've greater who're finished of corruption so the numbers of people who're corrupt finally end up over working the harmless, the only way for the international to stand a gamble is that if the harmless upward thrust up with the organic in a insurrection against the depraved. So are genuine enemy isn't in hassle-free terms the banks its any gadget that helps the Governmental Monopoly Chain
- skyeblueLv 51 decade ago
If you are lucky, you can contact the VP of the bank you do business with, and get their advice.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Nope and I hate that gotdamn bank they charge a million fees!
- Ya-saiLv 71 decade ago
Write a letter addressed to him and mark the envelope PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL. That ensures it lands on his desk, whether he reads it or not is another matter.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
He's not going to fix your overdraft problem, so don't even bother. You're going to have to go through B of A's horrendous customer "service" process.
- 1 decade ago
call the whitehouse and ask for george bush
- scorpion187usLv 41 decade ago
Why do you ask?