Coronavirus Update: Banks are essential services and will remain available to help

Please understand that banking is an essential service -- and we will continue to be available to help you even when states or localities issue stay-at-home guidance. As a measure to slow the spread of the coronavirus, our drive-up service has replaced lobby service. Lobbies will continue to remain closed to walk-in visitors without an appointment. Find additional information at bankmidwest.com/coronavirus/.

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  • Coronavirus Response

    The safety and well-being of our customers and employees is the top priority at Bank Midwest. Please know that we’re taking additional precautions to prevent the spread or COVID-19.

    Banks are essential services and we will remain available to help you even when states or localities issue stay-at-home guidance.

    Office Hours by Appointment-Only

    Until further notice, our lobbies will not be open to walk-in visitors without making prior arrangements. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment if you require assistance in-person.  Call 888.902.5662 or contact an employee. Alternative service options are also available. See below.

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    We Are Available to Assist You

    While our lobbies may be restricted, are team is still working to help you. As much as we’d love to see you in-person, we ask that you use an alternative channel until further notice.

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    Drive-Up

    • Use our Drive-Up service or Drive-Up Video Teller (ITM). Find locations and hours here.
    • Night Deposits will be collected multiple times each day.
    • ITM Video Tellers can help with deposits, check cashing and more.

    Call For Service — 888.902.5662

    • We’ll help you or direct you to the right person who can.
    • Make an appointment. If your transaction requires an in-person visit, we can help schedule an appointment.

    ATMs

    • Use ATMs to check your balance, transfer funds, or withdraw cash. Find a no-fee MoneyPass network ATM.
    • Use your debit card instead of cash (which can carry germs); however, if you need cash use an ATM or request extra cash when checking out at select stores.
    • ITMs also offer ATM service (no video teller required).
  • Financial Assistance Resources

    We’ve enacted special policies to help address coronavirus-related financial hardship issues. Contact us to request participation in any relief effort by reaching out to your lender directly or by calling 888.902.5662.

    Business Assistance

    Minnesota:
    Small Business Emergency Loans

    Iowa:
    COVID-19 Iowa Business Recovery Assistance

    U.S. Small Business Administration:
    COVID-19  Disaster Assistance

    Customer Notes

    bank SERVICE CHARGES WAIVED

    To help you get through the COVID-19 pandemic, we will waive minimum balance service charges, monthly account and business analysis fees for March and April.

    Fairmont Drive-Up Hours Change

    Starting March 31, Fairmont’s drive-up hours will change to:
    Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Saturday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

    Be Safe

    Scammers are already playing upon the fears of this outbreak. Don’t be fooled. The Federal Trade Commission offers the following tips and more at: ftc.gov/coronavirus.

    • Do not click links in emails from sources you do not know.
    • Don’t trust emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or other ‘experts’. Go directly to the source – https://www.cdc.gov/.
    • Ignore online offers for vaccinations.
    • Watch out for suspect donation requests. Don’t feel rushed or be pressured into only giving cash, gift card, or wiring money. Do your homework first!