Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank will be sponsoring its 3rd annual free community Shred Day on Saturday, April 21st, from 9AM until noon (rain or shine) in the parking lot at the Bank’s Main Office, 671 Washington Street in Canton Center.
A few weeks ago, I came across a particularly annoying click-bait pop-up ad from a well-known online lender. “Do the math (the banks wish you wouldn’t do),” their advertisement said.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nick Maffeo has reported that Assistant Vice President/Director of Residential Lending Anabela (Bela) Vasconcelos has received her “5 Years of Service” Award at the local independent community bank.
Canton Co-operative Bank AVP/Director of Residential Lending Bela Vasconcelos was recently asked if getting a home equity line is as complicated as getting a mortgage.
For most borrowers, it’s easier, she said.
“Did the tax code overhaul kill home equity loans?” That was the headline of an article in The Washington Post in January. Considering that millions and millions of homeowners have home equity lines and loans (and love them), it was pretty alarmist.
And it turns out that home equity lines and loans are alive and well. Even The Washington Post eventually admitted it later in their story.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nick Maffeo has reported that long-time staff member Mary Bocash has received her “15 Years of Service” Award at the local independent community bank. She was also given the new title of Operations Manager to better reflect her role at the bank.
I recently heard a story about a businessperson who discovered that the check a client had sent them had been intercepted somehow and cashed by a stranger in another state. This story had an odd twist.