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Pleasanton California

November, 25th

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Ahh banks. Now that's an institution that present everywhere. Wherever you're located, there's always a good chance that there is a bank or at least an ATM machine that's close by. After all you need to have a convenient location to obtain cash. Of course cash isn't the only service that banks provide. Aside from letting you deposit and withdraw money, banks can also provide loans, credit cards, and debit cards for your convenience. They can also offer safety deposit boxes that allow you to have a secured space for valuable items such as jewelry or important documents such as social security docs, wills and testaments, and the like. Be sure to ask your bank about all their services to ensure that you're getting the most out of them.

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    3895 E Castro Valley Blvd, Castro Valley, CA 94552

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  • Bailey Banks & Biddle

    2105 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Pleasanton, CA 94588

    (925) 398-0873

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  • Christopher & Banks

    2086 New Park MA, Newark, CA 94560

    (510) 745-8340

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  • 1 A Banks 24 Hour Locksmith

    39100 Argonaut Way, Fremont, CA 94538

    (510) 740-0302

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    45335 Industrial Pl, Fremont, CA 94538

    (510) 740-0318

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  • Bailey Banks & Biddel Jewelers

    2105 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Pleasanton, CA 94588

    (925) 460-9927

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  • Banks 24 Hour Locksmith

    1 Alamo Sq, Alamo, CA 94507

    (925) 566-6010

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  • Joline Banks

    122 Kingswood Cir, Danville, CA 94506

    (925) 362-3050

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  • Fremont Bank

    2286 Las Positas Rd, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 960-8690

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  • Hilltop Financial Livermore

    2133 Las Positas Ct, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 724-0170

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  • Fremont Bank

    1879 Holmes St, Livermore, CA 94550

    (925) 606-5100

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  • Bank of America ATM

    1951 Holmes St, Livermore, CA 94550

    (800) 622-8731

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  • A American Debt Consolidation

    , Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 249-9762

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  • Aite Group

    , Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 484-9909

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    4047 1st St, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 292-0783

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  • Bank of America

    4213 1st St, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 371-0342

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More on Banks

When the word banks comes up, the next word that could come to mind would be accounts. Accounts are usually the main reason why people go to banks in the first place as these are the very things that hold our money. It's important to note that there are many types of accounts. The most common ones are savings and checking accounts. The former is used by people who wish to set aside money either for a rainy day or for a specific purchase in the future. Savings do offer interest that will allow your money to grow overtime. Do note though that these interests rates are usually pretty low. Checkingn accounts on the other hand, enable customers to make deposits and withdrawals. They can easily spend the money in a checking account using a debit card, a checkbook, or by withdrawing cash from an ATM. It's pretty uncommon for a checking account to incur interest, but there are still banks that offer this incentive so you may want to check with them and see if they're right for you. Another type of account is called a money market account. This type requires the account holder to have a minimum balance which will then be invested by the bank.

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