Lorain National Bank has announced its new mobile banking application that makes it easy for consumers to manage their finances from their mobile devices.
Mobile banking is a free service that allows Lorain National Bank customers to access their account information, view transaction history, transfer funds, and pay bills from their mobile phone or tablet.
“Consumers value the ease of banking anytime, anywhere. Whether it’s at home, at work, or on vacation, people are reaching for a mobile device when they need financial information,” said Daniel E. Klimas, president and chief executive officer of Lorain National Bank. “By listening to our customers, we’ve introduced a way for them to stay on top of their finances in a secure and confident manner. Moving forward, consumers’ mobile behavior and expectations will continue to rapidly evolve. We want to continue to meet those needs by offering services that deliver value added convenience.”
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