As parts of the nation begins allowing reentry to their businesses, we feel it is our duty as your community bank to exercise an abundance of caution to prevent the potential spread of illness. Temporarily, our banking center lobbies will continue to be open for appointment only scheduling. In Henderson, in-person appointments will take place at our Main Office only, with the exception of Safe Deposit box appointments. Our drive-thrus will continue to remain open during normal business hours at all our locations. We are pleased to offer extended services through our drive-thrus, including:
● Gift cards fee waived thru June 30
● Bus tokens Main Office only
● Cashier’s checks
● Utility payments City of Henderson/Kenergy
● Instant issue debit cards
● Signing new account documents
● Change orders
● Savings bond redemption
● Notary public services
● Wire transfers
● Large cash withdrawals signed waiver required from recipient
● Power-of-attorney services
Appointments may be made for any of the following activities:
● Signing loan documents
● Opening a new business account
● IRA account activities
● Access to safe deposit box
Our staff will be required to wear masks for in-person appointments, and we request that our customers wear them as well. Masks will be provided for customers who do not have one.
Our digital services, which include online banking, mobile banking, and phone banking, 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 our online and mobile banking you can:
● Check account balances and activity
● Track spending
● Pay bills
● Make loan payments
● Set reminders and alerts
● View and print statements
● Transfer funds between accounts. The cutoff time for transfers is 5:30 p.m. (CDT), which is later than normal business hours
● View images of cleared checks
● Deposit checks mobile app only
● Pay an individual using Pay A Person (P2P)
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.
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Additionally, our Field & Main Insurance* team is dedicated to making sure your family, home, and wealth are protected. They will continue to service our customers via phone or email and are available to answer any questions that may arise. We realize some matters require an in-person meeting. For that reason, the Field & Main Insurance team is happy to take appointments as well.
*Insurance products are not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency, provide no bank guarantee and are not a deposit.
Similarly, the Field & Main Wealth Management Team** will continue to service customers via phone and email. They are fielding calls throughout the day so that our clients, new and old, are informed and educated about what is happening. For matters that require an in-person meeting, our Wealth Management team will continue to take appointments.
**Wealth management products are not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency, provide no bank guarantee, are not a deposit and may lose value.
Field & Main has been in business to serve our customers and Build Community since 1887. We are driven by the needs of our customers and the desire to build long-lasting relationships with our clients, even during turbulent times. At Field & Main, we are Modern Craft Banking.
Now more than ever, we’re proud to serve as your community bank.
Please feel free to contact us at (888) 831-1500 with any questions you may have. We’re here to help.
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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