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Service CU offers website in English Spanish German
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (12/28/07)--Service CU launched a new website Dec. 20 that offers complete Internet banking services in members’ three major languages--English, Spanish and German. The $1.081 billion asset, Portsmouth-based credit union worked with Port City Web--a Greenland, N.H. provider of eCommerce solutions--and Ektron--a Nashua, N.H. provider of content management solutions, to create the website (ENP Newswire Dec. 20). Features of the new site include a financial education center, fully automated online account opening and funding, market indices, and a relocation center for military members. The site also offers instant decisions on loans, including mortgages and home equity loans. “Our members are on the move, whether they are on a military base in Texas, Germany or Italy, or raising a family in New Hampshire,” said Gordon Simmons, president/CEO of Service CU. “More importantly, we are communicating to members in their languages they may be using in the home setting, enabling them and their families to gain an understanding of the financial options available to them--from early-pay loans, to high-yield money market accounts, to low-cost auto and mortgage loans,” he continued.


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