The First National Bank of Elmer

Community Bank, elmerbank.com

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About the Bank

The First National Bank of Elmer was established in 1903 in the town of Elmer, New Jersey. Today, we are proud to be an independent Community Bank with six offices to serve the financial needs of our customers. Our customer base is primarily in the Salem, Gloucester and Cumberland County area of Southern New Jersey.

The First National Bank of Elmer Fees

  • National Average
  • Monthly Inactivity N/A $6
  • Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft) N/A $30
  • Stop Payment item N/A $27
  • Return Deposit N/A $13
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound) N/A $22
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound) N/A $10
  • Non-Bank ATM N/A $1

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6

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    Reviewed By Blewcrowe Mar 21, 2015

    I like local!

    Seems like by the time a bank names's ink dries on the paper, the bank is sold again; all with promises that nothing will change, and it always does. I like local. From ancient beginnings Elmer Bank has stood steadfast. I don't know if they can survive forever independently with the cost and personnel slashing the conglomerates do, but congrats to Elmer for doing it better than most others.

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    Reviewed By Blewcrowe Mar 21, 2015

    I like local!

    Seems like by the time a bank names's ink dries on the paper, the bank is sold again; all with promises that nothing will change, and it always does. I like local. From ancient beginnings Elmer Bank has stood steadfast. I don't know if they can survive forever independently with the cost and personnel slashing the conglomerates do, but congrats to Elmer for doing it better than most others.

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