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Client and employee safety is a priority. Beginning Tuesday, November 17, BankIowa lobbies will be accessible by appointment only.
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In recognition of National Preparedness Month in September, ICBA is reminding consumers of how to prepare their financial documents and help alleviate financial concerns ahead of a natural disaster or emergency.
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The health and well-being of our employees and clients is our priority. As we open the lobbies of our offices, we remain committed to this promise and we ask each individual to help by doing your part to help keep everyone save. BankIowa will continue to monitor recommendations from health agencies and will adapt as needed. We would like to share what you can expect from us:
We can lower the risk if we all do our part. Together we can keep each other healthy.
ALTERNATIVE BANKING CHANNELS
The bank offers many banking channels that enable our clients to meet their financial needs.
For any questions about using these channels, please call the bank at 800-433-0285.
At BankIowa, the welfare of our communities and our clients is our top priority. With the uncertainties associated with COVID-19 we want to share several digital products that are available to you. These services are not only convenient, but also allow many of your banking needs to be completed without a visit to a branch. Even better, BankIowa does not charge for the use of any of these resources.
For more information about these products please visit our Digital Banking Services page. If there is a reason for you to come into a branch, please feel confident that cleaning precautions have been put in place for your protection. If you have any questions about our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 1-800-433-0285.
As America adjusts to life during the COVID-19 pandemic, hackers and scammers take advantage of the confusing times. Increase your awareness of fraud and scams by reading these two informative flyers.
Avoid COVID-19 Scams.
Report COVID-19 Fraud.
In March, Congress passed—and President Trump signed into law—the CARES Act, a $2 trillion economic relief package to provide assistance to American consumers and businesses struggling as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. A provision of the law includes sending government payments to eligible Americans.
Click here to read the American Bankers Association's Frequently Asked Questions.
As eligible Americans prepare to receive their economic impact payment from the government, fraudsters are ramping up their efforts to scam people out of their payment. To help consumers protect themselves, ABA is highlighting the five most common scams to watch out for
Click here to read the American Bankers Association's Scam Prevention Guide.
On March 27, 2020, the United States Congress passed, and President Trump signed, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to help support businesses and families through the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In particular, the CARES Act expanded the SBA Section 7(a) loan program, also referred to as the "Paycheck Protection Program" (PPP), which aims to support small businesses.
We are encouraging all our small business borrowers who are impacted by COVID-19 to consider applying for a loan under this new program. BankIowa is a participating SBA Lender. We are here to help. For an application or further information, check out the COVID-19 Relief Options (link to that page under the Business Banking heading).
CARES Act information and application here
12/4/2019 - Alert regarding online shopping scams
BankIowa encourages you to make safe and secure decisions when shopping online. Please view the article below to learn about ways to protect yourself from scams.
Scam of the Week: Top 10 Fraud Alert Tips
12/4/2019 - Alert regarding Messaging/Smishing Attacks
One of the most common ways cyber attackers attempt to trick or fool people is by scamming you in email attacks (often called phishing) or try to trick you with phone calls. However, as technology continues to advance bad guys are always trying new methods, to include tricking you with messaging technologies such as text messaging, iMessage/Facetime, WhatsApp, Slack or Skype. Here are some simple steps to protect yourself and spot / stop these common attacks.
Read more about protecting yourself from Messaging/Smishing Attacks
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