Bank of America Is the Worst. But Here's Why People Keep Coming Back

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Few people would argue that Bank of America escaped the financial crisis unscathed. More than anything, however, the nation's second largest bank by assets is now facing a reputational crisis. In the video below, Motley Fool contributor John Maxfield delves into why the bank isn't seeing more of its customers flee in light of its bad rap.

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