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St. Cloud police investigate Liberty bank robbery
http://www.sctimes.com/article/20140117/NEWS01/301170022/St-Cloud-police-investigate-Liberty-bank-robbery
St. Cloud police investigate Liberty bank robbery St. Cloud police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Friday morning at Liberty Savings Bank in west St. Cloud. The robbery was reported about 9:10 a.m. at 5803 Ridgewood Road. The robber wore a ski mask and other winter clothing when he 

Central Bank buys last Liberty branches
http://www.desmoinesregister.com/article/20140121/BUSINESS/301210075/?odyssey=nav%7Chead
Storm Lake-based Central Bank has completed its acquisition of Liberty Bank's last seven branches. It has rebranded the Liberty locations and website with its signage and logos. The deal nearly doubles Central Bank's network of branches, from 11 to 18

READER SUBMITTED: Doucette Named Among 2014 New Leaders In Banking
http://www.courant.com/community/granby/hcrs-84899-granby-20140123,0,7551508.story
In 2013, she led a team of employees charged with integrating operations when Liberty acquired Bank of Southern Connecticut. "She was chosen to lead the team and recommended for this award due to her collaborative work manner and leadership 

READER SUBMITTED: Fujio Named Among 2014 New Leaders In Banking
http://www.courant.com/community/durham/hcrs-84897-durham-20140123,0,5061134.story
Before most other banks had the goal in sight, Fujio helped steer Liberty Bank away from paper reports to full automation. She also launched Liberty's debit-card capability, making Liberty the first bank in the state to instantly issue cards in

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Liberty Bank Pays Nearly $16M to Resolve Discrimination Claims, Denies Wrongdoing | Connecticut Law Tribune

Liberty Bank has agreed to infuse $10 million into a mortgage program for low- and moderate-income communities as part of a settlement to resolve claims in a federal lawsuit alleging it engaged in systematic racial discrimination.

As part of the settlement announced Monday between the Connecticut-based bank, the National Consumer Law Center and the Connecticut Fair Housing Center, the bank also agreed to put $5 million into its community development loan program; to set aside $300,000 to promote homeownership in neighborhoods where it can be hard to get a mortgage; and to support an initiative making available $200,000 in grants for qualified organizations in low- and moderate-income communities. The bank also agreed to follow all fair housing laws and to train all mortgage lender personnel.

In October, the law center and the fair housing center sued the bank , which as part of the settlement does not admit any wrongdoing. The lawsuit said the bank, which is headquartered in Middletown and has 58 branches, engaged in “unlawful redlining to restrict residential mortgage lending from communities where most residents are individuals of racial and ethnic minorities.” It alleged the bank was discriminating against African-American and Hispanic residential mortgage applicants by denying their applications at significantly higher rates than white applicants’. Redlining is the practice of denying services, either directly or selectively raising prices, to residents of certain areas based on the racial or ethnic makeups of those areas.

Former Portland developer Liberty pleads not guilty in federal fraud case

Liberty and a co-defendant, Paul Hess of Massachusetts, allegedly induced investors to put money into shell companies set up by Liberty that purportedly would then transfer the investments to Mozido, a company that Liberty founded in Texas to create software for people to do their banking on cellphones. However, many of the shell companies were actually barred from investing in Mozido, prosecutors said, and the investors’ money was used to finance Liberty’s lifestyle and pay commissions to Hess, who had told investors that he was not earning commissions.

Hess pleaded not guilty last week. He was freed on $50,000 unsecured bond. Liberty was freed on $500,000 bond and surrendered his passport to the court. The matter is scheduled to go to trial in February.

Liberty was a leading developer in Portland in the 1980s and was responsible for the Chandler’s Wharf condominiums and offices at 100 Middle St. Liberty, who grew up in Gray, now lives in Florida, although he still has property in Maine and conducted some of the business activities here.

How do I sign up for online banking with First Liberty Bank?

On their website it only has retail and business accounts. It doesn't have personal. So I tried the retail one but it says enrollment failed.


Here is the link to open an online personal account. If that fails, then click on the "contact us" button:

https://www.liberty-bank.com/personal/enroll.

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