Know the new standards for credit reporting, which may help consumers improve credit scores and qualify for loans under more favorable terms. Did you know … unpaid medical debts will not appear as negative information on a consumer’s credit report until those debts are at least 180 days past due?
“Taking some simple steps to protect your data could save you both time and money,” said Roselle Bank President and Chief Executive Officer, Detlef H. Felschow.
Consumers can find additional advice and information by viewing the Winter 2018 FDIC Consumer News. A Spanish-language version will be available in the upcoming weeks.
Roselle Bank is an Equal Opportunity Lender and a member of the FDIC. For more information visit www.rosellesavings.com.
ABOUT ROSELLE SAVINGS BANK
Roselle Bank originally opened its doors in May of 1889 as the Roselle Building and Loan Association, serving what is now the Borough of Roselle and the surrounding communities. The bank, which specializes in banking products and services for individuals and families, now serves residents in Union, Hunterdon, Somerset, Essex, Middlesex, Morris, and Warren counties. Branches are located in Roselle, Bernardsville, High Bridge, and Cranford. The bank is an Equal Opportunity Lender and a member of the FDIC. Call 908-245-1885 or visit www.rosellesavings.com for more information.
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