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NEW YORK, N.Y., Aug. 6, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sadly, summer is rapidly winding down and with Labor Day just about a month away, BankMobile, America's first and only absolutely no-fee, online and mobile bank, is providing tips on how to book a getaway on a budget.
"The last summer holiday is quickly approaching and our company has a strong belief that having quality downtime and being wise about your money when planning a getaway to celebrate is important," stated Luvleen Sidhu, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer of BankMobile. "We are here to financially empower our customers by providing Labor Day travel tips to save money on a last minute getaway."
To learn more about how BankMobile financially empowers its customers with tips they can bank on, visit https://www.bankmobile.com/blog/.
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About BankMobile: Established in 2014, BankMobile is a division of Customers Bank, with headquarters in New York. It provides target customers – millennials and middle income households – a digital, effortless, and financially empowering experience. BankMobile offers checking, savings, lines of credit, joint accounts and access to over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide (customers in the VIP Experience will have access to more than 400,000 FREE ATMs), a guaranteed higher savings rate than the top four banks in the nation, a personal banker available for all customers, and a financial advisor for those in the VIP Experience. It is a Federal Reserve regulated and FDIC insured commercial bank. Customers Bancorp is the bank holding company for Customers Bank. BankMobile is an independent operating Digital Banking Division of Customers Bank and hence also of Customers Bancorp. For more information, please visit www.bankmobile.com.
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