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Fidelity Bank Joins RouteOne's System

June 3, 2004

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -- Atlanta-based Fidelity Bank signed an agreement with RouteOne, enabling the bank to participate in RouteOne's credit application management system.

A subsidiary of Fidelity Southern Corp., Fidelity Bank operates 19 full-service branches and two indirect auto loan offices in Georgia. It also provides mortgage, construction and indirect lending through offices in Florida.

RouteOne's Web-based system lets auto dealers and their finance sources exchange credit application and decision information in real-time, dramatically improving finance-source response time from hours to minutes and even seconds.

DaimlerChrysler Services, Ford Motor Credit, General Motors Acceptance Corp. and Toyota Financial Services formed RouteOne in 2002 to create a more streamlined credit application process for dealers and their customers.

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