Class of 2012: Take Denmark State Bank to College with You!

Posted on May 31, 2012. Filed under: Debbie Habeck, NMLS #501063 |

“I know at last what distinguishes man from animals; financial worries.” 

~ Romain Rolland

Graduation day brings much anxiety, excitement and perhaps apprehension about the next step in a young person’s life.  High School seniors have many decisions to make at this time.  Financial decisions are near or on top of the list of these worries/decisions.

Whether you plan to remain near home or further your education in state, interstate, or abroad, Denmark State Bank can be there with you.  Take your banking with you 24/7 with on-line banking, debit cards, e-checking/e-statements.

Our e-checking requires no minimum balance and with many convenient electronic features is a great choice for people on the go.  Free on-line banking and telephone banking, bill payment*, free e-statements, and free Visa debit card, provide you easy access to your money anytime, anywhere.

Need to establish credit?  Our Visa College Rewards credit card can do just that.  Apply for a Visa College card, use it wisely, and you can build a solid credit history which will be helpful later on, when you want to buy a home, purchase a car, or start a business.  Better yet, you can redeem your reward points for “fun things” such as computers, clothes, trips and music.

If you currently are a Denmark State Bank customer, take us with you as you head out to conquer new feats in your life.  If not, contact one of our personal bankers, or visit us at www.denmarkstate.com, apply on-line and find out how convenient banking can be wherever life takes you.

Member FDIC/Equal Housing Lender
Products and services are subject to bank/credit approval
*There is no charge for active bill pay accounts.  To be classified as an active account you must pay at least one bill every three months.  The fee for an inactive bill pay account is $10 per month until you close your service or reactivate it by paying a bill.
 
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