IMPORTANT DEBIT CARD INFORMATION
Effective immediately due to the recent rise in localized debit card fraud we have implemented blocks on credit (signature) transaction at some merchants. These merchants include but are not limited to: Convenience stores, discount stores, grocery stores, pay at the pump, restaurants and in some geographic regions. Your card can still be used at these merchants as a debit transaction using your personal identification number (PIN). Please call us if you have any questions: 830-420-2331
FDIC INSURANCE INCREASE
FDIC Deposit Insurance has been increased from $100,000 to $250,000 per depositor. Information about the FDIC Insurance increase can be found at the following link: http://www.fdic.gov
FDIC TRANSACTION ACCOUNT GUARANTEE
Marion State Bank has chosen not to participate in the FDIC's Transaction Account Guarantee Program. Customers of Marion State Bank with noninterest-bearing transaction accounts will continue to be insured for up to $250,000 under the FDIC's General deposit insurance rules.
PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY
We have been notified of several Internet scams requesting personal banking information. PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND to any calls or emails of this type. Marion State Bank will NEVER ask for your account information via email, telephone call or direct mail. If you have any questions about a request you receive, please contact us ASAP. We want to help you PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY!
NEW Telephone Banking Number
Marion State Bank has a NEW Telephone Banking phone number 1-888-805-8362. Please note that the automated menu options will be different. You can either Enter or Say what you would like to do. All PIN's must be updated to a 6-digit number. While we know changing you PIN is a slight inconvenience, this will provide extra security for you and your account information. A flier will be in the mail to you soon with more information.
SAVINGS BONDS GO PAPERLESS
Effective January 1, 2012, paper Savings Bonds will no longer be sold at financial institutions. This action, which supports the U.S. Department of the Treasury's goal to increase the number of electronic transactions with citizens and businesses, will save American taxpayers approximately $70 million over the first five years.
Those currently holding paper savings bonds can continue to redeem them at financial institutions. Bonds, which have not matured, but were lost, stolen or destroyed, can be reissued in paper or electronic form.
For more information about the elimination of paper savings bonds and how to enroll in Treasury Direct, visit www.treasurydirect.gov.