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Penn Community Bank launches new credit score solution

SavvyMoney allows customers to track credit score in mobile app, online banking

Penn Community Bank has partnered with SavvyMoney to launch a new credit score solution for digital banking customers. This new resource empowers Penn Community Bank customers to take control of their credit by giving convenient access to score updates, credit alerts, monitoring, and instant offers right inside their online banking or mobile app.

“Penn Community Bank continues to invest in technology to ensure our customers have every tool available to them to meet their financial goals,” said Tom Asher, Penn Community Bank delivery services manager. “SavvyMoney is the only solution that provides comprehensive credit score analysis, full credit report, monitoring, and personalized offers – all in one dashboard. We’re proud to provide this resource to our customers free of charge.”

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