At First State Bank of Wyoming the health of our staff, customers and communities we serve is a top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
In response to the State's 'Safer At Home' order we have limited lobby traffic at this time. Our Stacy Office Drive Up is now open in addition to our Drive Up and Walk Up at the Wyoming Office. We are also happy to assist with ALL of your banking needs by appointment. (651-462-7611)
For the safety of our customers and staff we strongly encourage you to use First State Bank of Wyoming’s digital tools such as mobile deposit and online banking for your daily banking needs. We also encourage the use of our drive up tellers for routine services.
Our Lenders and Customer Service representatives are able to assist you. Our phones are answered by a person during banking hours and we are able to troubleshoot most issues with just a phone call. In order to maintain appropriate social distancing we are asking that you call ahead for an appointment with our staff.
Wash your hands, don't touch your face, stay at home. Save lives.
Customers facing financial difficulties due to the coronavirus are urged to contact the bank directly by calling 651-462-7611. If you are experiencing hardship and need assistance regarding your mortgage, consumer loan, business loan or deposit account, please reach out to discuss your individual situation.
Be aware of potential scams
Scammers and cyber-crimnals may try to take advantage of your concerns related to COVID-19. They may offer you fake products, medical advice, create fake charities, or encourage you to click a fraudlent link to gain access to your computer or device. Please stay scam aware and proceed with caution.
Remember to NEVER release your login credentials over the phone.
Scammers are making calls pretending to be from the government and asking for your direct deposit information for the COVID-19 relief checks. PLEASE NOTE --- These are scams. Never release personal or account information over the phone.
Our advice to you is HANG UP! If you have given out any personal or private information -- please notify us immediately and we will help protect your accounts.
For other helpful tips to protect yourself from hackers, click HERE.