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Topic - Everbank
EverBank is a diversified financial services company based in Jacksonville, Florida, providing banking, mortgages, and investing solutions to a nationwide customer base. It operates through standard banking offices, and through its Direct Banking division. EverBank Direct operates by telephone, mail, and over the Internet. As of May 30, 2010, EverBank had approximately $11.5 billion in total assets. - Source: Wikipedia
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