You always want to do business with companies you trust — especially the businesses that handle your money. But sometimes it can feel like trust is becoming more and more difficult to come by.
That’s why we’re proud of a recent study that calls Ally Bank one of the top five “Most Trusted Companies for Retail Banking.”
In a survey of 5,571 U.S. adult consumers by the Ponemon Institute, an independent researcher, many respondents said they associate Ally with the idea of trustworthiness, as well as a dedication to protecting customers’ privacy.
But the accolades don’t stop there. We’re also honored to announce that Ally appears in a recent book called Extreme Trust by bestselling business writers Don Peppers and Martha Rogers, Ph.D. The book frames “honesty as a competitive advantage” — a concept that we’re sure our customers agree with. Here’s what Peppers and Rogers had to say about Ally Bank:
At Ally Bank, customers are proactively reminded if they have funds in an account that could be earning higher interest, no depositor is ever charged for moving money from a savings account to a checking account in order to cover an overdraft, and the bank reimburses customers for ATM fees charged to them by other banks. That’s a competitive advantage, for sure — but more importantly, it’s just how we think banking should be.
Do you think that Ally Bank is a bank you can trust? How does trusting your bank help you manage your finances?