As of January 4, 2021, all of our branch office lobbies (Escanaba, Gladstone, and Iron Mountain) are opened and have returned to normal business hours.
We are very excited to see you again, but for your safety and our safety, please be aware of the following when visiting us in person:
- In compliance with Michigan Executive Order 2020-59, if you are medically able, you are required to wear a face covering in our banking building. You may be asked to briefly remove your mask for identification purposes.
- We ask that when entering our lobbies, please respect any and all signage which is intended to promote social distance guidelines.
- Please consider using the drive thru lanes or eBanking Services for any transaction that does not require lobby access. This will assist us in meeting social distancing requirements.
Please note: At this time, meetings with Loan Officers, at all branch locations, are available by appointment only. Please call the branch office to setup an appointment.
Thank you for your understanding, patience and cooperation during this time. The health and safety of our customers, employees and community is our top priority.
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Email Scams to be aware of
The bad guys are preying on your fear and sending all sorts of scams related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Below are some examples of scams your should be on the lookout for:
- Emails that appear to be from organizations such as the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), or the WHO (World Health Organization). Scammers have crafted emails that appear to come from these sources, but they actually contain malicious phishing links or dangerous attachments.
- Emails that ask for charity donations for studies, doctors, or victims that have been affected by the Coronavirus. Scammer often create fake charities after global events, such as national disasters or health scares.
- Emails that claim to have a "new" or "updated" list of cases of Coronavirus in your area. These emails could contain dangerous links and information designed to scare you into clicking on the link.
- Never open emails tor click on links from people you don't know or were not expecting.
- If you receive suspicious emails, DON'T OPEN THEM. Delete them. If they appear to be coming from an official organization, report the email through their website.
- If you want to make charitable donations, go the the charity website directly instead of clicking on any links.