Fidelity Bank wants you
to know that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Share Insurance
Fund of The Co-operative Central Bank insure your deposits. This unique combined
insurance coverage provides the best deposit insurance available - insured in
The FDIC is an independent
agency of the U.S. Government. Congress established it in 1933 to insure bank
depositors of insured banks and savings associations. The basic insured amount
for a depositor by the FDIC is $100,000. Look for the FDIC symbol at all Fidelity
Bank locations for proof that your deposits are insured within FDIC regulations.
If you'd like more information or have general questions, E-mail the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation at Consumer@FDIC.gov.
The Co-operative Central
Bank is a private special act corporation established in 1932 to provide a source
of cash reserves for all co-operative banks in Massachusetts. Every Massachusetts
co-operative bank is, by law, a member of the fund. The Share Insurance Fund (SIF)
insures all deposits above the $100,000 FDIC maximum. If you'd like more information,
contact the Share Insurance Fund of the Co-operative Central Bank at 617-695-0400.