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TAB Bank Releases New Mobile Banking App

OGDEN, UT -- (Marketwire) -- 02/05/13 -- TAB Bank is pleased to announce the release of its new Mobile Banking App. The new app is currently available for TAB Bank's personal account customers and is available for download on the Apple App Store or Google Play for Android devices. The new TAB Bank Mobile Banking App is easy to set up and easy to use and allows users the ability to check their balance, transfer funds, and much more.

"We have always prided ourselves at TAB Bank on being a great fit for the banking customer who is always on the go. Our customers have always had any-time access to their TAB Bank accounts whether it has been through our Online Banking services or our 24-7 Customer Service Call Center. Our new Mobile Banking App takes this to another level by allowing our customers access to their money virtually anywhere they go," stated Eric Myers, Director of Marketing at TAB Bank.

About TAB Bank

TAB Bank was established in 1998 in Ogden, Utah. Originally formed to provide financial services to the transportation industry, today TAB provides banking and financing solutions to a variety of business sectors. These solutions are provided in all stages of business life cycles during any economic conditions. TAB Bank does this through Accounts Receivable Financing, Lines of Credit, Equipment Finance, Asset Based Loans, Personal Accounts, Business Accounts, and Commercial Banking Services.

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