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Bank of Canton

We treat our customers like they are members of our family. Our dedicated staff members take the time to listen to your concerns and find the solution that’s right for you. That’s just the way we’ve always done it.

Cambridge Savings Bank

What is it that sets Cambridge Savings Bank apart from any other banking experience you’ll ever have? Simple. We treat every customer like they’re our only customer. And how do we do this? By providing a level of personal attention, respect, and responsiveness that you just won’t find anywhere else.

Lee Bank

Newburyport Bank

Family Federal Savings

Pilgrim Bank

As a mutual institution we are owned by our customers, not by stockholders, which allows us to remain focused on providing a superior level of customer service. We believe in putting our customers first - it's this commitment to quality we call the "Pilgrim Difference."

Melrose Bank

Founded in 1890 by Melrose's leading citizens, Melrose Cooperative Bank continues to be committed to meeting the financial needs of area residents and businesses. From checking, savings and money market accounts, to CDs, IRAs, mortgages and consumer loans, we offer a wide range of products designed to meet your needs. Melrose Online, telephone banking, our drive-up ATM and our membership in the SUM Program make it easy and convenient to bank with us.

Walpole Co-operative Bank

At Walpole Co-operative Bank, we have been dedicated to meeting the needs of the Walpole community for almost 100 years.

As a $300 million dollar community bank we have a wide variety of personal and business products and services.

Braintree Cooperative Bank

As the community’s hometown Bank, Braintree Cooperative Bank is committed to being the community bank of Braintree.  This commitment means:

Bank of Easton

We have you to thank for our success these past 125 years. On our first day in business in 1889, we opened the doors with 4 employees, 15 Bank directors, and just over $8,000 in assets. When we celebrated 100 years in business in 1989, the Bank of Easton had grown to $32 million in assets. Today, our employees thank you for helping us to reach a milestone of $120 million in assets. We couldn’t have done it without our customers.

 

If none of the Basic Banking accounts in your area meet your needs, you can find information on other bank and credit union accounts through the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation:

  1. For information on bank accounts, click here (http://db.state.ma.us/dob/banksmain2.asp)
  2. For a list of credit unions that offer affordable checking and savings accounts, click here (http://www.mass.gov/bankonit)

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