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At Casey State Bank, the health and safety of our clients, our team members and those we interact with each day is a primary concern for all of us. We understand the uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to being responsive to your needs as the situation evolves.
As a Casey State Bank client, you have access to your accounts 24/7 through our online banking and mobile banking which is available anytime, anywhere with internet access. From there, you can view transactions, check balances, transfer funds, make loan payments, and deposit checks using a mobile device. Having these tools available and ready for use at any time will make managing your money easier and more convenient.
If you are already enjoying the safety and convenience of these services, we thank you. If you do not currently utilize our digital banking services, now is a great time to set them up. If you need help, please call us at 217-932-2136 and we will walk you through the process.
Effective Tuesday, March 17th, all lobby access will be temporarily suspended. If you do need to visit one of our locations, we are asking you to use our drive thru’s, ATM’s, and night depositories at this time. If you need to see a new account’s representative or a loan officer, we ask that you call to speak to one of them.
We are taking this virus seriously, as we know each of you are, by following guidelines from health experts and agencies such as the https://www.cdc.gov/. We care deeply for the well-being of our colleagues, clients and communities.
We appreciate your continued trust and want to assure you that we are taking all efforts to protect your health and safety and maintain our day-to-day operations.
Please reach out if you need assistance.
As the coronavirus generates headlines around the world, cyber-criminals are continuing to use this public health crisis to spread phishing emails and create malicious domains for a variety of fraud.
The most recent example comes from the World Health Organization, a United Nations unit, which warned this week that fraudsters have started to use its name and images as part of phishing attacks and other scams.
“If you are contacted by a person or organization that appears to be from WHO, verify their authenticity before responding,” according to a warning posted on the WHO website. “WHO is aware of suspicious email messages attempting to take advantage of the 2019 novel coronavirus emergency.”
Remember, if you didn’t ask for it, aren’t expecting it, or don’t know the sender, don’t click on the link!
For more information regarding cyber-security and the coronavirus, go to:
By law, each household is required to complete the United States census survey. Cyber-criminals never take a break, so it is not surprising that cyber-villains are looking to capitalize on this opportunity with their social engineering scams. Criminals might send emails or other messages that appear to come from the U.S. Census Bureau, or they might even pose as official Census Bureau workers and show up at customer’s doors.
This census season, we want to remind our customers to keep the following tips in mind so you can safeguard their household’s non-public information:
• The U.S. Census Bureau will only send the official survey notification by snail-mail, or if one’s survey response is late, an official Census Bureau worker may visit to a home to ensure receipt of the census mailing. If an email is received stating it is from the U.S. Census Bureau, DELETE it, and for heaven’s sake, do NOT ever click a hyperlink.
• If a Census Bureau worker visits the home, verify that they are who they claim to be. A valid ID badge should have the census worker’s photograph, a U.S. Department of Commerce watermark, and an expiration date. If you’re still unsure, call 800-923-8282 to speak with a local Census Bureau representative.
• The Census Bureau field representative will never ask for the following: your Social Security
number, your bank account or credit card numbers, anything on behalf of a political party,
donations, or money.
• For more information regarding the 2020 Census, go to: www.census.gov/.
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