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Best Customer Service - Professionals & Services: Bell Bank

Headquarters: Fargo

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Bell Bank earned Best Customer Service - Professionals & Services in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes you stand out?

“Bell Bank offers a full range of financial services, from personal and business banking to wealth management and insurance,” Executive Vice President Patrick Chaffee said. “When I look at our customer service on the professional services side, what comes to mind is the personal relationships we build with those we work with. That unequaled personal service is the reason you’ll find people who have been Bell customers for many, many years – and even through several generations.”

How do you strive to meet customer expectations?

“Our customers expect a really high level of service from a trusted, local company – and that’s exactly what they find at Bell Bank,” Chaffee said. “Our team prides itself on the connections we make – not only with our customers, but also with their other advisors, and with experts across our company.”

  • Second place: VISIONBank
  • Third place: Gate City Bank
  • Fourth place: The Title Company
  • Fifth place: Regency Title

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