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Re: Addison Avenue

They are merging with First Tech this summer. First Tech (I believe this is what they are called) is based out of Oregon, and from what I have heard offer very "vanilla" products....& Addison will be opertaing as FTFCU at some point in the near future.

 

https://addisonavenue.com/about/learnmore.htm

 

http://www.cutimes.com/News/2010/3/Pages/First-TechAddison-Ave-Merger-Sign-of-New-Thinking.aspx

 

  


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Re: Addison Avenue

The merger isn't finalized yet.  Maybe this summer.

 

First Tech is very vanilla with their offerings, but they have claimed that they will keep the best of both CUs.  For example, Addisons Credit card / Home deposits, First Tech's shared branching etc...

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