Community means being there for your neighbor when they need you most. As we come together to battle COVID-19, we want you to know that we are here for you and will continue to serve you to the greatest extent possible. While our lobbies may be closed for general operation, we have a variety of means to meet your banking needs:
With the passage of the CARE Act, lenders that participate in the SBA's 7(a) Loan Program will be able to diburse the critical aid needed by small businesses owners. For more information on this critical program, please click here.
While we encourage you to meet with bankers via phone or video-conference, should you need to schedule an in-person meeting, our environment will comply with CDC recommendations. We have also made additional hand sanitizer available in all of our facilities and have incorporated strict cleaning standards especially at drive-thru windows, entrances, and other high-contact areas and devices. Our staff is trained on the CDC's guidelines and will stay home if they are experiencing any type of symptom related to COVID-19 or otherwise.
Times like this are prime opportunities for scammers to take advantage of fear and panic to perpetrate financial crimes. It is especially important to keep your guard up, and also to check up on the vulnerable within your community. Beware of activities and solicitations such as suspicious emails and text messages, phone calls, medical related scams, and fraudulent donation sites that may impersonate a company, charity, or government agencies. Fraud takes many forms, so keep in mind it is never a good idea to share personal or sensitive information with an unknown party. Be sure to verify the authenticity of any unsolicited communications you may receive, and if in doubt, take a step back to solicit trusted assistance.