Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
by Stephen C. McGill, President/CEO on Tuesday, March 17, 2020
With the rapid spread of Coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, throughout the U.S., State Bank & Trust Co. is monitoring and taking proactive actions to respond. Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of our clients, employees and communities we serve.
This update provides you resources and information that we feel may be helpful. Our efforts will be in supporting you, our clients through this uncertain time.
Banking made easy! Convenient solutions to banking from anywhere
SBT provides several alternate solutions for those that wish to avoid public places or cannot visit in person during this time. In accordance with CDC guideline, we are asking that anyone who is experiencing fever or respiratory illness or those that have recently traveled to CDC Level 2 or 3 countries postpone their visit to our bank location for the recommended amount of time.
Instead of visiting the bank, visit us remotely a number of ‘digital’ ways:
- Online: You can access your account 24 hours a day, seven days a week from your home or office. Check balances, transfer funds, make loan payments, pay bills online and view statements in few easy steps. Visit our website to learn more or to login today!
- Mobile: Get your information anywhere, anytime, even make check deposits. iPhone App Store or Android Play Store.
- Debit Card: Use your SBT Debit Card for purchases, cash-back, ATM transactions, or in your mobile phones digital wallet function.
- Call or Email Us: Our bankers are available to assist you via phone at 515-382-2191. You can also contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Anytime Deposit: Use our Anytime/Night-Drop deposit located in our drive-ups first lane.
- Apply online: Digital applications are available for opening new deposit accounts, a personal loan, or applying for a mortgage here.
Dependable Sources of Information
Given the current situation involving COVID-19, we are relying on dependable sources for continually updated information. Please be aware that there has been an increase in scams via email, phone and social media regarding COVID-19. The Federal Trade Commission is providing updates in regards to possible scams.