Kansas consumers can now obtain loans and other banking products through State Farm insurance agents. About 200 agents in the state have been trained to offer the loans. State Farm has been training its agents to offer banking services since opening pilot operations in St. Louis and central Illinois in May 1999. About 450 State Farm agents in Missouri have received bank training. State Farm also offers its banking products by mail, telephone and the Internet. The bank offers consumer-oriented deposit and loan products, including checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit and money market accounts, car loans and leases, home equity loans and home mortgages. It also offers an ATM card and recently unveiled a State Farm Visa credit card. The thrift is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bloomington, Ill.-based State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.

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