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Custer Federal offer CD’s for terms of 3, 6, 12, 18,
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Colorado National Bank is a full service financial institution with its main office located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The bank has two additional bank branches in Falcon and Monument. Colorado National Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Team Financial, Inc. Team Financial, Inc. is a financial holding company incorporated in the State of Kansas.
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Arvest Bank in Arkansas is promoting its short term CD as super. It is the super seven month CD special. Catchy advertising text found in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette promotes the 7-month special with 3.41% APY. This 7 month CD has no penalty for early withdrawal as long as the CD is held for 7 days
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Fair Housing Act (1968)
Prohibits discrimination in the extension of housing credit on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, handicap, or family status.
Truth in Lending Act (1968)
Requires uniform methods for computing the cost of credit and for disclosing credit terms. Gives borrowers the right to cancel, within three days, certain loans secured by
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