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I have been with these guys for a long time now and i am VERY satisfied. Before i found them i had a lot of trouble with finances. I searched for months and did not find any saving account companies i liked. I finally saw union and i researched everything about it. I was careful and there was not one thing that i didn't like about it except for one. Like the previous commenter i was not thrilled with the interest rates from this company because they were very low, but i just kept going with it and it turned out really good. I fully recommend union, but you have to be able to overlook the flaws.
I used to have a savings account with Union First Market Bank about 2 years ago or so. Overall, it wasn't bad, but there were 2 things that I did not really like with it. The first being that the interest rates were a little low. They were by no means bad, but I have seen better rates from other banks. The second thing is that there is no reward programs or checking options for it, which I found to be a big problem.
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