CommonWealth Bank Announces a Partnership With First of Omaha That Helps Businesses Save Money

Apr 20, 2001, 01:00 ET from CommonWealth Bank

    RICHMOND, Va., April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 CommonWealth Bank has entered into a partnership with First of Omaha to give
 its commercial customers low-cost processing of Visa, MasterCard and American
 Express transactions, the bank announced today.
     A national leader in payment processing services, First of Omaha has been
 helping businesses grow for more than 40 years. The new relationship between
 CommonWealth Bank and First of Omaha gives CommonWealth's retail-merchant
 clients the ability to have services on call that rival those of even the
 largest retailers at very competitive costs.
     "It's another example of our commitment to serving the multifaceted needs
 of our commercial customers," said J.E. Causey Davis, CommonWealth Bank's
 president.  "By having the ability to accept electronic payments, such as
 credit and debit cards, businesses who are CommonWealth Bank customers are in
 an ideal position for growth."
     CommonWealth Bank is a Richmond, Virginia-based community bank with four
 locations throughout the Richmond area.  Its stock is traded over-the-counter
 (Nasdaq: CWBV).
 
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    RICHMOND, Va., April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 CommonWealth Bank has entered into a partnership with First of Omaha to give
 its commercial customers low-cost processing of Visa, MasterCard and American
 Express transactions, the bank announced today.
     A national leader in payment processing services, First of Omaha has been
 helping businesses grow for more than 40 years. The new relationship between
 CommonWealth Bank and First of Omaha gives CommonWealth's retail-merchant
 clients the ability to have services on call that rival those of even the
 largest retailers at very competitive costs.
     "It's another example of our commitment to serving the multifaceted needs
 of our commercial customers," said J.E. Causey Davis, CommonWealth Bank's
 president.  "By having the ability to accept electronic payments, such as
 credit and debit cards, businesses who are CommonWealth Bank customers are in
 an ideal position for growth."
     CommonWealth Bank is a Richmond, Virginia-based community bank with four
 locations throughout the Richmond area.  Its stock is traded over-the-counter
 (Nasdaq: CWBV).
 
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