Everything About PointBank is the Real Deal

Everything About PointBank is the Real Deal

Everything About PointBank is the Real Deal

by Steve Gamel

When a customer refers to someone or something as “the real deal,” they are saying it can’t be imitated or duplicated. In the community banking world, there’s no better example of that than PointBank.

PointBank has been serving Denton County for more than 130 years and is as REAL as it gets. They have won over their customers with the philosophy that you can do all the same things at their nine branches that you can do at a big bank but with REAL people who know you and are invested in the success of local communities.

They run a REAL bank that grows and adapts to your every need, whether it’s a REAL free checking account for you and your children or being there to give you a REAL fast loan decision to start, grow, or save your business.

Simply put, it’s a REAL Bank with REAL People who offer REAL Free Checking and REAL Fast Loan Decisions.

“Plenty of banks say they are there to support their customers, but you have to be the real deal and show it through your actions every day,” said Ray David Jr., President of PointBank. “Consumers are needlessly paying higher fees and being denied loans by big banks that don’t care to take the time to know their customers. We’re here to tell you that all of that can stop right now by coming to PointBank.”

When PointBank recently launched its REAL campaign – again, being REAL is nothing new for this bank – there were plenty of REAL customers lining up at the door to sing the bank’s praises for a new 30-second commercial.

“I can do everything with PointBank that I can do with a big bank. The biggest difference is I can look at people and talk to them,” said Ray Bowens, owner of Kwik Kar Vista Ridge in Lewisville. “I know who they are.”

Kim Cloud Skidmore of Cloud 9 Salon & Spa agreed, “PointBank gets it. There are so many businesses that don’t.”

“When I do come in, I feel like part of the family,” added Max Miller, owner of the Cross Timbers Gazette.

And this from Jenny Layne from The Jenny Layne Bakery, “They are there to support you, and that’s what family does – sending business our way and getting our name out there. There’s no other bank that’s willing to do that.”

Speaking of a bank that’s willing to go the extra mile in offering real value, did you know PointBank sponsors monthly business networking breakfasts at its branches? These are open to the public and bring business owners together to discuss relevant business topics.

It’s simply the way PointBank prefers to do business. Visiting one of the nine PointBank branches takes you back to the days of handshake deals with the bank president and employees who know you by name, yet also into the future through continuous product advancements in online banking and account/loan applications and mobile options for both your deposit and lending needs.

And it is that commitment to hiring REAL people who fit this culture that makes PointBank the REAL deal.

PointBank is a ‘Member FDIC’ bank and an Equal Housing Lender. If you want to feel the PointBank difference for yourself, visit any branch today and open an account. You can find dates for their business breakfasts at www.facebook.com/MyPointBank/.

Ray David, Jr.

Ray Bowens

Max Miller

Kim Cloud

Jenny Layne Murdoch

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