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The conversion process has completed and you may now access your accounts at your designated bank. Please select the appropriate links below in order to access your accounts as well as download additional documentation regarding Quicken conversion.
We thank you for your patience throughout the conversion process.
North Shore Community Bank & Trust is more than just a great bank. It is a true community bank. Some may ask why we need another bank. Our response is simple. See for yourself how banking should be. With decisions made locally and bank staff living in the community, North Shore Community Bank & Trust marks the return of real hometown banking to our area.
Since we are a locally controlled and managed bank, we have the unique ability to make decisions more quickly and provide more customized services and products that truly benefit residents of the area. We can pass the savings on to our customers in the form of better rates because we don't have the big overhead of other banks.
That's what hometown banking is really about--friendly service and great products--banking the way it ought to be.
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