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Computerized Investing > October 2010

MyBankTracker

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by CI Staff

www.mybanktracker.com

MyBankTracker provides free, transparent information to help consumers make informed banking decisions. In addition to deposit account interest rate, loan interest rate and retirement interest rate comparisons, the MyBankTracker website also includes a section dedicated to customer reviews of a number of banks. Furthermore, the website also includes deals, Q&A and news sections and boasts several useful tools, such as a bank locater, financial calculator, annual percentage yield (APY) calculator, mortgage calculator and annual percentage rate (APR) calculator. It also provides a MyBankTracker iPhone application and a blog widget, available for download.

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taxpayer from IL posted over 4 years ago:

The link in the article is to something called "moneystrands," but if you directly enter the url mybanktracker.com you do get to what seems to be the site discussed. Of course there are lots of bank review sites already; one of the useful free ones is yelp.


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