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Safekeeping is defined as a service provided by banks where securities and valuables are protected in the vaults of the bank for customers.
Safekeeping was a benefit offered to active duty military members who bought paper savings bonds through a payroll savings plan. This benefit allowed military members to have their bonds held by their branch of service instead of having the bonds issued and mailed directly to them.