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COVID-19 Update

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At Morton Community Bank, we are committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our customers, our employees, and our communities. 

As of August 30, masks are required for all who enter the Bank
Our drive-ups are open and highly encouraged.

It is important for Morton Community Bank to continue to deliver the best possible customer experience even during these uncertain times surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  We will be responsive to your needs as the situation continues to evolve.

Morton Community Bank offers convenient self-service banking methods to access your account information 24/7 through our online banking and mobile app.   

Digital Banking  

- Check account balances and history;
- Transfer funds between accounts;
- View transactions;
- Make loan payments;
- View images and statements;
- Pay bills using Bill Pay;
- Setup email alerts; and
- Make deposits remotely. 

If you are already utilizing the safety and convenience of these services, we strongly encourage you to continue.  

If you do not currently utilize our digital banking services, we recommend you set them up at this time.  Tutorials are available to view by clicking HERE.  If you need help, please call us at 309-266-5337. 

Debit and Credit Cards
Your Hometown Debit and Credit Cards give you immediate access to your money.  Your cards are safer and more convenient than carrying cash or checks. 

Unfortunately, there are individuals who attempt to take advantage of others during times of uncertainty.  Use caution in dealing with requests for donations related to the Coronavirus. As a reminder, never share your digital banking credentials or PIN number with anyone.

Unemployment Fraud
Download the attached PDF for more information on Unemployment Insurance Fraud. Learn more about identifying this type of fraud and what you should do if you suspect fraud. 

Like you, we are taking the virus seriously by following the guidelines from health experts and agencies, such as the Centers for Disease Control.  As always, please reach out if we can assist you in the days and weeks ahead.

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