The Dakota Community Bank is a good deal for the Dakota family
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The Dakota community bank has been providing emergency financial aid to the family of a Dakota Community College student who has fallen ill.
The bank says the student, who is currently hospitalized, is now receiving emergency medical treatment.
The Dakota Community bank says it is offering the loan at no interest rate, but the bank says a $3,000 loan is only $3.50 less than what the student could get with the bank’s $4,000 annual fee.
According to a news release, the Dakota Community Credit Union also has a loan program in place to help Dakota Community Colleges students who fall ill.
In a statement, the bank said:The Dakota Credit Union loan program is a partnership between the Dakota Credit Bank, Dakota Community Loan, and the Dakota Family Assistance Program.
Under the program, borrowers are offered the option to apply for a loan to help cover a family’s expenses.
In the case of the Dakota Student, the loan is available for a maximum of $3 per month.
The loan is offered in a four-year term and borrowers are required to make a minimum of 50 percent of the borrower’s monthly income.
The borrower must have a valid driver’s license and pay a $250 application fee.
The Sioux Falls community bank said it has had a loan for a Dakota Student for several years and that the bank is continuing to offer the loan.
The bank did not say how much the loan was for.
Dakota Community CreditUnion says that a loan of $10,000 is not enough to cover the family’s basic expenses and that it is working with the student’s family to help them pay for necessities.
The Fargo community bank says that the student is a student and is currently in stable condition.
The student, whose name has not been released, had been staying at the Dakota County Community Housing Center in Fargo.
The Fargo Fargo Police Department has not confirmed the student was a student at the center.
The Dakota community bank has been providing emergency financial aid to the family of a Dakota Community College student who…