The invention of the computer has changed the way Americans function. We used to be able to say things like, “I was out all day and I missed your call,” or “I just received your letter in the mail.” Now, we are always available practically all the time through the technology of cell phones, the Internet and the combination of having the Internet on cell phones. Just as we Americans have evolved to embrace the changes, so has banking. Online … Continue Reading
There is no perfect bank, but with Valley National Bank it’s pretty darn close… With this bank, you can get $100 bonus by adding direct deposit & 3 online payments with the Perfect Checking account.
Valley National Bank has a great offer for their clients, they are offering the best checking account ever! With the Valley National Bank rewards program by using perfect checking, you will get a great checking account, plus you will have the opportunity to get … Continue Reading
For most everyday Americans, whatever bit of recovery we have seen, is now being eaten up at the gas pump. I swear, if the oil companies post record profits again like they did after Hurricane Katrina, I think we should all invest in good shoes and start walking! But that’s another soapbox topic for another day. Today, I would like to share a very recent experience I had changing internet service providers and the lesson I learned.
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How would you like a Free Dell Inspiron Mini? Did you know you can get a Dell Mini from HSBC? What is the catch? In reality, you just need to open a Premiere Relationship with HSBC Bank online and qualify on their minimum deposit.
In order to receive the HSBC Bank free gift, you must follow their minimum deposit requirements when you open a Premier Relationship account online before April 29, 2011. If you complete this offer, you … Continue Reading
The best banks have the same four letters, FDIC, next to their name. These letters are a good thing, but what do they stand for and why are they important?
Abbreviated FDIC stands for Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the nation about the recent banking crisis of the 1920s in which thousands of banks failed. In response to that crisis, Congress established the FDIC under the Banking Act of 1933. … Continue Reading