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At four NOW 24 s in
Chapel Hill you can do almost
all your banking anytime.
Learning how to handle your money is
one of the first lessons almost everiody
gets at college. And it's not always easy.
After all, when you're on campus, you've
got plenty of other things to think about.
That's why at NCNB's six Chapel Hill
offices- including our new one that will
open in East Chapel Hill in September - we
try to make your ban!dng as easy a&pcssible.
21-hour banking. By September you'll
be able to bank whenever you need to, 24
hours a day, at four NCNB 24's in the
Chapel Hill area. NCN3 24 will let you do
almost all your regular banldng in just
seconds. From getting cash to making a
deposit. You can even transfer money
from one NCNB account to another, and
make payments on your NCNB loan
No-service-charge checking. You can
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avoid a service charge on your checking
account in several ways. Just talk with one
cf our Customer Service Representatives
about which way will work best for you.
Student Visa You can even get a
special Student VISA account at NCNB. It
lets you establish a credit rating while
you're in school.
The help you need. At all our offices, we
try to give you the financial help you need
After all, we're proud that we've been
part of the Chapel Hill scene since 1839.
So it's no wonder that we want to be the
best bank in the nei$i- p-rrp
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