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We have implemented several precautions to ensure safety for our customers and staff, including hand sanitizer, Plexiglas dividers, and masks upon request. Wherever feasible, team members will continue working remotely and are still available by telephone and appointment.
Please visit our locations page for the hours of operation for your local branch.
During these confusing times, cases of fraud are on the rise. It’s easier to be distracted and let our guards down with so much else going on in our lives, which could possibly make us more susceptible to phishing. Phone calls, texts, websites, and social media are all ways cybercriminals can try to scam you.
As the state moves towards reopening, we are resuming normal business hours for our walk-ups and drive-ups effective May 26th.
Our lobbies will remain closed until CFB branches can implement the necessary precautions to ensure safety for our customers and staff, including hand sanitizer, Plexiglas dividers, etc. Wherever feasible, team members will continue working remotely and are still available by telephone and appointment.
Still expecting a stimulus check from the IRS? Check to see if it’s made its way to your account online. Received a paper check? You can deposit that from home too!
The IRS started sending out payments in waves last week, and expects to send out a few million direct deposits or checks every week or so until everyone who qualifies receives their money. If you’re expecting a direct deposit, you can check your account online to see if you’ve received it yet. If you’ve received a paper check, you can deposit that from home too!
As of 4/16/2020, it has been announced that the $349 Billion dollar allocation for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) facilitated through the Small Business Administration (SBA) has been expended. At this time, the SBA is currently unable to accept new applications for the program; however, it has been communicated that there is pending legislation under discussion within the United States Congress for additional monies to be appropriated to the program.
At Community First Bank, we are actively monitoring updates from the US Small Business Administration (SBA) as they release details on provisions and programs designed to help business owners during this challenging time.
**COVID-19 UPDATE as of March 27, 2020** As the COVID-19 situation escalates, we are implementing a continuation of our pandemic plan. Effective Monday, March 30th, we will be revising drive-thru and walk-up hours in all locations as follows:Monday – Friday 9am-4pm, Saturday 8:30am-noon
**COVID-19 UPDATE as of March 23, 2020** As you may be aware, Governor Evers has issued a “safer at home" order in which all work places deemed non-essential will close in an attempt to further mitigate the spread and effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Financial services are considered essential businesses; therefore, Community First Bank remains accessible to meet your financial needs as we work through...