INTERNET BANKING COMPLEMENTS LONG SERVICE HISTORY
Established in 1825 as Middlerown Savings Bank, Liberty is a mutual bank with 28 banking offices throughout central and eastern Connecticut, and $1.4 billion in assets. By making banking services more readily available, Internet technology enhances Liberty's relationship with the community it has already served for many years.
With LibertyLink, the bank's 150,000 customers can log in through Liberty's home page, http://www.liberty-bank.com, and perform transactions over the Internet. For instance, they can view an account's balance or transaction history, transfer funds, place a stop payment on a check, or perform an inquiry by check number, amount or date. They can even pay their bills.
In addition, since LibertyLink is fully integrated with Liberty's telephone banking system, a customer who completes a transaction over the phone can go to the Internet and instantly see a record of it there.
DECISIONS TO MAKE
Before Liberty launched its Internet banking initiative, …