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Harleysville National Bank parent seeks cash infusion

There are 9 comments on the The Morning Call story from Jun 10, 2009, titled Harleysville National Bank parent seeks cash infusion. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

With its loan losses mounting, Harleysville National Corporation is working to raise money to meet stricter guidelines imposed by the federal government, the Montgomery County bank company has announced.

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Odell Robbie

Lewisburg, PA

#1 Jun 10, 2009
East Penn went to hell ever since Harleysville took over,You used to be able to get personalized quick service, Now you have to go through all kind of red tape to get anything

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Jun 10, 2009
Too bad, Harleysville used to be very strict about lending because it held onto loans instead of flipping them into CMOs, etc. That's the neat thing about finance: Sins will come out sooner or later.
Early Bird

United States

#3 Jun 10, 2009
Did they lend to THP Builders that was located in Harleysville? I have been a long time customer at East Penn Bank. Now that Harleysville is in the picture, I have had some errors. I watch my accounts daily online.

Since: Apr 09

Lehigh Valley PA

#4 Jun 10, 2009
As a long time East Penn account holder I was disapointed when Harleysville took them over. I liked having a small hometown bank. Guess I'll have wait and see if it gets screwed up. (again)
M Jones

Emmaus, PA

#5 Jun 10, 2009
East Penn use to be a good bank, until it was taken over by Harleysville. Is there any private type banks in the Lehigh Valley yet?

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Jun 10, 2009
M Jones wrote:
East Penn use to be a good bank, until it was taken over by Harleysville. Is there any private type banks in the Lehigh Valley yet?
Yes, some - Embassy is good.

Macungie, PA

#7 Jun 10, 2009
I feel the same about East Penn since Harleysville took over. A marked decline in the quality of their customer service. Anyone know of any banks or credit unions (other than Embassy) that are locally-owned?

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Jun 10, 2009
Embassy is fine if you are not in a hurry. The catch with these local banks, such as KNBT (which was much better before the merger) is that if you travel a lot you are stuck paying a lot of ATM fees.
Unhappy customer

Woodbine, NJ

#9 Jun 16, 2009
Customers won't notice a change in service, huh? Gee, I just received a letter stating that my loan has been sold to another company. No change in service? How about I can't take my payment to a HNB branch now? Thanks a lot.

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