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Huron Valley State Bank Announces The Launch of the Mobile Banking App

Milford, MI, August 2014 – Huron Valley State Bank announces the launch of mobile banking for its customers. This convenient new service will enable HVSB customers to access their bank accounts via the iPhone® and Android™ smartphone or tablet.

"Mobile banking provides an innovative, convenient way for our customers to bank anytime and anywhere," said Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO. "In this mobile fast-paced world, HVSB is demonstrating its commitment to meeting our customers' evolving needs by offering the necessary technology and easy way to manage accounts at the touch of their fingertips."

HVSB's customers who bank online will be able to utilize the mobile service to access their account balances, review recent transactions, obtain images of checks that have been cleared, transfer funds between accounts, pay bills from their checking account, view their eDocuments and/or eStatements and obtain a list of branches and ATM's.

The free app can be downloaded by searching "HVSB Mobile" in the iPhone® or Android™ store. Users would then sign in using their Online Banking Identification or User ID, and the same password for Online Banking. Or download it at

HVSB offers customers several other electronic services including Online Banking, E-Bill Pay, and for its business customers remote deposit capture which is a scanner that will automatically deposit into the business owners bank account.

Headquartered in Milford, Huron Valley State Bank offers a full range of checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, consumer loans, commercial loans and other financial services. The Milford branch is located at 130 S. Milford Rd. in Milford. Call (248) 684-9626. The Highland branch is located at 2920 E. Highland Rd. in Highland. Call (248) 887-9900.

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