BMO Financial Services is a popular choice for the tech industry’s most trusted brands, but its customer service can be a bit of a challenge.
As Recode has previously reported, the financial services giant is one of several banks to have gone bankrupt in recent years.
Now, a new study finds that BMO’s customer service is not as reliable as you might expect.
According to a new report from consulting firm Accenture, BMO doesn’t always know how much data is being stored on its customer’s devices, or how long the bank has been tracking the activity.
In fact, Accenture says it’s not even clear what the bank is actually doing with its customer data.
To make matters worse, the new study also shows that the bank’s customer data is frequently lost, and that some of its customers are unaware of it.
This makes it difficult for the bank to provide timely, accurate customer service.
This is especially bad for millennials.
BMO is the third-most valuable brand in the U.S., according to data from brand analytics firm Brand Finance.
That means a brand like BMO, which was created to serve consumers, should be able to keep up with technology and trends.
But according to the new Accenture report, it can’t.
It says that BPM’s customer support is a mixed bag.
While the company does offer a number of tools for customers to track their transactions, it has limited customer service to the point that some users have had to resort to texting the bank, calling it, and then trying to figure out what to do next.
That’s not the first time Accenture has had to deal with BMO issues.
Back in August, the company was hit with a class action lawsuit after the bank said that customers were not properly compensated for lost data.
While Accenture acknowledges that its customer support could use some improvement, it says that it is actively working on its technology and customer service practices.
The bank has also been working to get better at the problem of data loss, which is something that Accenture CEO David Levy has previously been talking about.
Accenture did note that BMA recently introduced an update to its customer experience to help improve its customer care.
As part of that update, it added new tools to help BMA’s customers manage data, and it also introduced new tools that will allow users to access BMA and other BMO customer service accounts in their BMA Wallet.
That should help ease some of the problems BMA is experiencing with its data.
But, if you are a millennial who is a bit frustrated with BMA, it may be worth looking into what BMA has to offer.
Read more about BMO in Recode’s Money & Money series.