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Provident Bank Certificates of Deposit Rates

For 120 years Provident Bank is serving the financial needs of individuals and businesses in Greater Baltimore, Greater Washington and Central Virginia. In this period it has introduced many new services like personal checking accounts in 1969, certificates of deposit in 1978. Today it has become the largest commercial bank with over $6.5 billion in its assets. It is headquartered in Maryland with a network of 150 branch offices.

With Certificates of Deposit you can lock in a high rate for the period you deposit your money. You can open a CD account with a minimum of $500 and enjoy the interest rates as explained below:

3 months CD earns 2.32% interest, 2.35% APY.
6 months CD earns 2.47% interest, 2.50% APY.
12 months CD earns 2.52% interest, 2.55% APY.
18 months CD earns 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
24 months CD earns 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
36 months CD earns 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
48 months CD earns 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
60 months CD earns 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
*The above rates are effective as of June 20, 2008.

Monthly Special CDs:

Open 8 months CD with $1,000 and earn 2.71% interest, 2.75% APY.
Open 12 months CD with $100 and earn 2.96% interest, 3.00% APY.
Open 18 months CD with $500 and earn 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
Open 18 months Upgradable CD with $1000 and earn 3.10% interest, 3.15% APY.
Open 24 months CD with $500 and earn 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
Open 24 months Upgradable CD with $1,000 and earn 3.68% interest, 3.75% APY.
Open 36 months CD with $500 and earn 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
Open 48 months CD with $500 and earn 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
Open 60 months CD with $500 and earn 3.92% interest, 4.00% APY.
*The above rates are effective as of June 20, 2008.

You may open your account online:
http://web.provbank.com/ssl/apply_now.html

For any guidance you may call 1-888-TOP-BANK (1-888-867-2265), between Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. EST.

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