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FirstMerit Bank Reviews, Ratings, and Complaints

FirstMerit Bank received 17 consumer ratings from Consumers' CHECKBOOK and Consumer Reports subscribers.

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FirstMerit Bank

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Bank Info

Approximate number of branches in area 44

Consumer Ratings

Number of Ratings 17
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