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COVID-19 Update as of November 17th

COVID-19 Update as of November 17th

To keep our staff and customers safe, we are evaluating the COVID-19 situation in our markets on a daily basis. At this time, our lobbies are open, but from time to time you may see one of our branches with its lobby closed

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Categories: COVID-19 Updates
Lobbies are closing as of July 9th, with walk ups and drive thrus operating under normal hours.

Lobbies are closing as of July 9th, with walk ups and drive thrus operating under normal hours.

With the rise in COVID cases in Wisconsin, CFB has proactively decided to once again close our lobbies to bank traffic. Business hours will remain the same for drive-thrus and walk-ups, and, as always, account may be accessed 24/7 via online, mobile, and telephone banking.

Please visit our locations page for the hours of operation for your local branch.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Categories: COVID-19 Updates
All locations are opening lobbies and operating under normal business hours effective June 8th.

All locations are opening lobbies and operating under normal business hours effective June 8th.

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.

Friday, June 5, 2020
Categories: COVID-19 Updates
During these confusing times, cases of fraud are on the rise.

During these confusing times, cases of fraud are on the rise.

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.

Thursday, June 4, 2020
Categories: COVID-19 Updates
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