Checks Rule Everything Around Me

June 24, 2011

Not long ago, in a bout of pique with the abusive fee-charging of our erstwhile bank, Bank of America, Anna and I switched our patronage to Liberty Bank, a small concern out of Middletown. So far, this has been a mixed bag. On the one hand, they are local and friendly and all of that. On the other hand, not so many ATMs, and deposits don’t clear as quickly, and the online banking isn’t as slick. Luckily, I just discovered a saving grace that will secure Liberty Bank’s place in my heart forever.

You see, Liberty Bank’s logo is a flame, which sits atop the I in “Liberty,” making it into a torch, presumably like the one held aloft by the statue of liberty:

That flame, separated from its torch, is used as a watermark on the checks that account holders get from Liberty:

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Now, take that symbol and turn it upside-down. What do you get?

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Looks familiar, doesn’t it? Sure it does.


2 Responses to “Checks Rule Everything Around Me”

  1. kerri said

    I want to open an account now.

  2. Katherine Gill said

    Liberty Bank ain’t nothun to mess with…

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