"Focus on Banking and Finance" piece on the presence of Maine banks on the Inter
"Focus on Banking and Finance" piece on the presence of Maine banks on the Internet. Early on, Gardiner Savings Bank offered customers a floppy disc that gave them a service akin to Internet banking. That service has been so successful that the bank has delayed moving to the Internet. The other Maine banks without an Internet presence are First Federal Savings and Loan of Bath, Kennebec Federal Savings and Loan Association, and Bar Harbor Savings and Loan Association. The Bar Harbor and Gardiner banks expect to have sites soon. Since the small Auburn-based Mechanics Savings bank added online services in Sept. 2002, the number of its regular online customers has gone from zero to 1,100.
Banks and banking
Heddericg, Steve, ""Focus on Banking and Finance" piece on the presence of Maine banks on the Inter" (2003). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2755.
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