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Attleboro Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union

The Attleboro Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union provides low-cost financial services to the employees and their families of the municipalities of Attleboro, North Attleboro, and Rehoboth; the Robbins Company; Marathon Company; the Attleboro District Court; the Attleboro Postal Service; the Attleboro Chamber of Commerce; the local United Way; BICO Collaborative and Tri-County Regional School District.

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.

 

Workers' Credit Union

Workers' is dedicated to "doing what's right" for our members' financial needs throughout all phases of their lives. Workers' is a non-profit financial institution owned by you, the member, because our members are our stockholders. What does that mean? Your benefits include higher interest rates on your savings, competitive loan rates, and low or no fees.

Abington Bank

We're Right Next Door!

Tired of the “big” bank's impersonal service? Looking for a bank that has accessible decision-makers and a flexible way of approaching individual customers? Then it's time you tried the truly local alternative – Abington Bank.

We've been quietly meeting the financial needs of individuals, families and businesses throughout Eastern Massachusetts since 1888. We're proud of our record and proud to be local

Dedham Savings

Wellesley Bank

Wellesley Bank is the real thing when it comes to community banking. We are governed by local people who maintain an interest in the community and in you.

We are large enough to provide the support and services that each customer wants and deserves. We offer a full range of technologically advanced banking products, while maintaining an unparalleled personal service philosophy developed over many years of satisfying our customers.

Leader Bank

Leader Bank, N.A. opened in May of 2002 as Massachusetts's newest community bank. We are dedicated to fostering the continued growth of our surrounding communities through a diverse array of products and services.

Salem Five

At Salem Five, we make banking better. And it all starts with listening. We listen to our customers to forge strong relationships, and we listen to their concerns to inspire innovation. With your help, we can meet your needs like no other bank. So keep talking. We're listening.

The Cooperative Bank

The Cooperative Bank was founded in 1898 as the Roslindale Cooperative Bank. Today, we have branch offices in Roslindale, West Roxbury and Charlestown.  Our mission is to help area families and businesses with the financial products, resources and services they need.

Millbury Federal Credit Union (MCU)

The Millbury Federal Credit Union (MCU) is owned by our members. MCU serves the membership, more than 44,000 strong, with good rates, low fees, excellent service, and the insurance protection of the National Credit Union Administration

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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