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Hate Your Bank? Try Austin's Mango

by MacKenzie Fegan

November 5, 2010

Mango Money Center is a bank for people who hate banks. At Mango, you won't find stacks of deposit slips, tellers behind bulletproof glass, or loan officers in suits trying to talk you into refinancing. Instead, money "coaches" in bright orange T-shirts welcome you into the open, spare store and direct you to one of the self-service kiosks. Mango was developed as a simple way for the 60 million Americans who don't have bank accounts to interact with the banking system in an easy and friendly system; an attractive alternative to the check cashing or payday loan stores that the "unbanked" traditionally have to use. But, with its paperless system and emphasis on mobile and online banking, Mango might be the future for those who already have bank accounts as well, but are sick of banking as usual.

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Hate Your Bank? Try Austin's Mango