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Active Fraud Alert

Caller ID Spoofing is a tactic used by criminals where they place calls that appear to be from the bank. They claim any number of reasons for the call. Actually they are trying to compromise your security by gaining your personal information or your security codes. 

If you receive one of these calls, you should disconnect the call and immediately call the number on the back of your debit card.

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Identity

Morton Community Bank is the legal name of our Bank, established in Morton, Illinois in 1960. Our Headquarters is located at 721 West Jackson St. Morton, Illinois 61550. Currently, you have the convenience of 46 Hometown Community Banks with over 475 local, employee-owners.

Hometown Community Banks is our online and digital identity. You will see Hometown Community Banks on our website, Online Banking, Mobile App and our Debit/Credit Cards.

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Click Here to learn how FDIC insurance applies to your deposits and a list of our Hometown Community Banks.

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Look for our Clock Tower and you'll know... 
We have 'time' for you.

 

What does Our Clock Tower mean?

Clock Towers have long been regarded as symbols of community and reliability. They serve as time-keeping devices, as landmarks, as community gathering spots, and as symbols of strength. For those reasons, we adopted the Clock Tower as our MCB symbol in 1978!

Clock Towers today are prized primarily for their architectural value. However, their origin was much more practical. Before watches and home clocks, Clock Towers were the way people knew the time. The first Clock Towers did not have faces and sounded the time with bells. They were placed in towers so the bells could be heard for long distances and they were built in the centers of towns to be heard equally well throughout the whole community.

The oldest known Clock Tower is The Tower of the Winds in Athens, Greece that was built between 200 BC and 50 BC with a combination of sundials and a water-clock as timekeeping devices.