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COVID-19 UPDATE

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We have missed you!

Our lobbies are now open as we continue to follow guidance from state health experts.

AT THIS TIME FACE MASKS OR FACE COVERINGS ARE MANDATORY INSIDE OUR BRANCHES.

The health and well-being of our team members, customers and community is still our primary concern. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely.

We hope you have used and enjoyed these variety of ways you can do your banking from home:

Access your accounts through online banking at www.bankofripley.com, OR your banking app, OR our TouchTone Teller at 731.635.6147 or 901.476.2265.

Use your camera-enabled mobile device and our mobile app to deposit checks.

Transfer money to family or friends using P2P (Person2Person transfer).

Use online banking to pay your bills.

Our Customer Service (731.635.1230) is available to answer questions via telephone.

If you're feeling under the weather, we encourage you to use these options.

 

 

 

 

 

PAYROLL PROTECTION PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE!

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ATTENTION SELF-EMPLOYED, SOLE-PROPRIETORS, PARTNERS AND OTHER SMALL BUSINESSES: Additional funds for the Paycheck Protection Program now available.  Click here.

Scammers Pretending to be the FDIC

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received reports of fraudulent communications that have the appearance of being from this agency. Fraudsters know that people trust the FDIC name, so scammers use the FDIC’s name and logo, and even the names of actual employees, in perpetrating fraudulent schemes.

These scams may involve a variety of communication channels, including emails, phone calls, letters, text messages, faxes, and social media. The messages might ask you to “confirm” or “update” confidential personal financial information, such as bank account numbers. In some cases, the communication might be an offer to help victims of current or previous frauds with an investigation, file an insurance claim, or pay taxes on prize winnings.

Scammers might ask for personal information such as Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and other valuable details that they can use to commit fraud or sell your identity.

Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself against government imposters like these:

The FDIC DOES NOT send unsolicited correspondence asking for money or sensitive personal information, and we’ll never threaten you.
 
No government agency will ever demand that you pay by gift card, wiring money, or digital currency.
The FDIC would never contact you asking for personal details, such as bank account information, credit and debit card numbers, social security numbers, or passwords.

 

If in doubt, contact the FDIC’s Call Center at 1-877-ASK-FDIC (1-877-275-3342), Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (EST).

 

 

 

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