In light of the coronavirus outbreak, we feel it is our duty as your community bank to exercise an abundance of caution to prevent the potential spread of illness.
We are open for business and maintain our regular hours at all of our locations. You can have peace of mind in knowing that we have greatly increased our efforts to maintain a safe and sanitary environment for both our employees and our customers and are adhering to guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We want you to have confidence that you can have access to your finances anywhere, any time with our digital services which include online banking, mobile banking, and phone banking. Our digital services are free and allow you to handle a majority of your banking needs from the comfort of your home. These services are available 24/7.
With mobile banking, you can:
Review your banking transactions
View account balances
Make loan payments
Pay an individual using Pay A Person (P2P)
Transfer funds from one account to another
Access account statements
View images of cleared checks
View electronic tickets of mobile deposits
Check the alerts you’ve set up for your account, such as those for balance level and transaction activity
Use the Person to Person (P2P) feature to send money electronically to an individual.
If you haven’t already:
Download our app on the Apple App Store
Get it on Google Play
Phone banking offers many of the same features as mobile and online banking, but can be utilized when you don’t have Internet access. It is also available 24/7 and offers real-time information on your accounts. To utilize our phone banking service, call (844)831-1600.
We’re here to help.
Our relationship bankers are and ready to help you. Our locations are equipped with EPA-approved disinfectants and hand sanitizer is available in all of our locations. Find a location or an ATM near you.
If you have or suspect you have been affected by COVID-19 and need help with your account, please feel free to reach out to us at (888) 831-1500. Please remember that if a Field & Main team member contacts you, we will not ask for confidential information such as your social security number, passwords or personal identification number (PIN). Learn more about how to protect yourself from scams by visiting the Federal Trade Commission’s website.
For the latest information about coronavirus, visit the CDC’s resource center.
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