Readers Choice 2013

El Dorado Savings

By October 01, 2013

The big banks will just take your deposit and send you a note later if you didn’t add it up right. El Dorado Savings tellers will check your addition every time and make you happy that your deposit is done right the first time. Its attention to detail and tellers who know your name are among the reasons El Dorado Savings, founded in Placerville in 1957, has grown to 35 branches in two states. This year it was awarded a Five-Star Superior Rating from Bauer Financial, a rating it has held for 80 consecutive quarters. El Dorado Savings offers Internet banking, a popular way to pay bills. As of June 30, 2013, El Dorado had $1.81 billion in assets, $1.62 billion in savings deposits. Only 16 of the 4,410 loans serviced by El Dorado Savings were 60 days or more past due.

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