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  • 1.Norwest Financial

    800 Walnut St

    Des Moines,IA

    0.77 miServices

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02/21/2015
By: John D.
Iowa State Bank
The last time I went to the Hubbell branch, I had to deal with rude, unfriendly people working there. And they never said my name or even said hello.
01/21/2015
By: Casey S.
Iowa State Bank
I stopped into the Hubbell branch last week and the tellers were so nice. They even remembered my name!
01/15/2015
By: Larry E.
Iowa State Bank
The staff in this office is very friendly and always greets me by name.
10/19/2014
By: Dean J.
Iowa State Bank
I was planning on opening an account here, but the employee whom I spoke with acted so condescending towards me that I decided to open my account elsewhere.
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