CONSUMER ALERT - CONTACT CONGRESS NOW
Washington proposes new bank reporting of all personal and business financial account info to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Let Congress know your privacy matters. Policymakers in Washington have proposed requiring banks to report virtually all their customer's bank account information and activity to the IRS of the customer's consent.
While Marion State Bank does not engage on topics relating to politics and does not endorse such broad IRS access to customers’ account information, consumers need to be aware of the potential effects of this proposal.
Mandating new, broad bank account reporting to the IRS would infringe on the privacy of bank customers, push more people away from a banking relationship and overload the IRS with more personal information about American citizens than it can possibly process or keep safe from a data hack.
Texas Bankers Association has made it easy for you to contact you House of Representative member along with your Senators. Click the link below to visit TBA’s Grassroots Action Center.
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***IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR DEBIT CARD***
Starting August 31, 2020 our new after-hours hot card hotline is 888-263-3370. We will also be changing our Mobile Alert App from My Mobile Money to SecurLock which is found in the App Store or Google Play. Please call us at 830-420-2331 with any questions.
301 West San Antonio St., Marion, TX 78124
(830) 914-4504 Metro
(830) 420-3886 Fax
Your privacy is very important to us. We would like to advise you that Internet email is not secure. Please do not submit any information that you consider confidential. We recommend you do not include your social security or account number or other specific identifying information.
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