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FirstBank Waiving Fees with “Close to Home” Campaign

Emphasizing the convenience and accessibility of their branch and ATM network, FirstBank launched the “Close to Home” Campaign this week, offering no minimum balance and no service fees.

“With a network of 10 branches and 25 ATM locations across the USVI, FirstBank is always there for the community. During this campaign, we invite those who do not have a retail account with us to take this opportunity to experience the convenience of being a FirstBank client and also enjoy a few added benefits,” Eastern Caribbean Region Business Director Victor Santiago said in a statement.

During the three promotional months (June- September), clients who open a personal checking or savings account will require no minimum balance opening amount and the minimum service charge fee will be waived for six months. As an additional reward, clients will also be entered in a sweepstake drawing to win a two-night stay at a local resort along with $1,000 for expenses. The sweepstake drawing will be held Oct. 3.

Interested individuals can contact 340.775.8822 for more information or to set up a convenient time to open their account.

“We realize that we all live very busy lives. With the appointment plan we are offering you a convenient way to identify a time that works in your schedule and will ensure that a Sales and Service representative is ready and prepared to help you open your account,” Santiago said.

FirstBank Virgin Islands has been a part of the Virgin Islands community since 1962. It operates the largest branch and ATM network throughout the Virgin Islands and offers 24/7 banking via PC, telephone and mobile banking.

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