Dear Security Savings Bank Customers:
First and foremost, we want to thank you for your relationship and business with Security Savings Bank. Because of you, Security Savings Bank has been able to serve our shared communities and customers for 100 years.
Security Savings Bank is closely tracking the development of the COVID-19 virus in our local communities. The Bank is also following the latest announcements from federal and state government officials, including the CDC and other state, local, and federal public health agencies. I can assure you that the safety of our customers, employees, and our families will not be compromised. Accordingly, effective Monday, March 23, 2020, Security Savings Bank will temporarily limit its lobby hours to appointment only at all eight branches in an effort to protect our customers, employees, and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. During this time, customers are encouraged to utilize the Bank’s drive-up and ATM facilities, as well as our mobile and online banking services. Customers can also call into their local branch and speak with our staff.
If you do need to come into the bank for any depository, loan, or safety deposit box related business, rest assured our staff thoroughly clean their counters and desks after each visit with a prior customer. We are enhancing personal hygiene by encouraging our staff to wash their hands frequently throughout the day. Above all, we are requiring our employees to stay home from work if they experience COVID-19 symptoms.
Security Savings Bank will continue to monitor recommendations from the CDC and the various public health agencies and will update our policies to reflect the most recent public health information and recommendations. We are committed to providing you, and our employees, a safe place to work and bank.
I would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that your deposits at Security Savings Bank are safe. Security Savings Bank is an FDIC insured institution. In the FDIC’s history, no depositor has ever lost a single penny of FDIC-insured funds. The FDIC has issued a Frequently Asked Questions guide to answer certain COVID-19 virus questions.
Again, thank you for your business and we appreciate your cooperation during these times of difficulty.