To Our Valued Customers:
At American Bank & Trust, the health and well-being of our customers, associates, and communities is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to being responsive to the needs of our customers and associates as the situation evolves. That being said, we have Drive-Up ONLY service at all of our branches beginning on Tuesday, March 17th until further notice. If you need to access your safe box; please call ahead and make an appointment at the branch. We have protocols in place and can allow you to access the box, but only one person will be allowed in the branch at a time. We will sanitize the area before and after access to keep you and our employees safe and healthy.
If you would prefer not to visit a branch, we strongly encourage you to use
- Online banking at americanbankandtrust.com
- Mobile Banking on our American Bank and Trust app
- Mobile Deposit on our American Bank and Trust app
- ATMs: Access your account at any of our 5 ATM locations
- Night Depository at any of our 5 area locations
- Drive-up Service: our 5 area locations each offer drive-up service
If you haven’t enrolled in online access, it only takes a few moments. Visit our website, click on the “Enroll” link under the login dropdown.
During this difficult time our lenders are standing by, ready to help! Click here to contact your lender directly.
For more information about the Payroll Protection Program go to the US Treasury Assistance for Small Businesses or contact your lender directly using the link above.
Also the Small Business Loan Administration has made Disaster Loan Assistance available for those affected by work stoppages or forced closures. Click this link to apply.
Please feel free to contact us at (985) 898-0206 during normal business hours, Monday-Friday with any questions or concerns.
As a customer of American Bank & Trust, you can rest assured that your accounts are safe and we will continue to meet your banking needs. We appreciate your business and look forward to continuing to assist you.
If you would like more information and helpful tips from the CDC, please go to their website, www.cdc.gov. The site includes a COVID-19 Situation Summary which provides background about the disease, symptoms, severity, the current situation in the United States and abroad, and the CDC’s response. Being informed is the best protection for you and your family.
President & CEO
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