Is this a thing now where banks won't take change and deposit it into your account? I went to my BofA branch this morning and took in a cup of change. It's a 32oz cup about 2/3 full. Probably weighs 5 lbs. I don't know when the last time I did this was, at least a few years. Before I say anything, she says we don't take change. I say I don't want cash, I want it deposited into my account. Send it off, do whatever, I don't care. She says no, sorry, we don't do that. She then recommends I go to the grocery store and dump it into the machine. Which I'm absolutely not doing. Is this common practice at banks now? I'm a bit flabbergasted that a bank won't deposit money into my account, even if it is change.