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Georgia Deal: Four CDs That Can’t Be Beat

The Community Bank of Pickens County is selling certificates of deposit that match the best nationally available CD rates.

Here’s another Georgia bank selling certificates of deposit that match – or beat – the best nationally available CD rates.

But these returns are only available to local customers who visit The Community Bank of Pickens County, north of Atlanta:

  • 1.00% APY on a 3-month CD with a $500 minimum deposit; 1.25% with a $50,000 minimum deposit.
  • 1.25% APY on a 6-month CD with a $500 minimum deposit; 1.50% with at $50,000 minimum deposit.
  • 1.75% APY on a 15-month CD with a $500 minimum deposit; 2.00% with a $50,000 minimum deposit.
  • 2.00% APY on a 24-month CD with a $500 minimum deposit; 2.25% with a $50,000 minimum deposit.

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    on June 25th at 09:41 am

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  2. RateRunner said:
    on June 25th at 09:55 am

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