Statement on COVID-19
At Home Savings Bank, 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.
Drive-up hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Lobby services are available by appointment only, Monday-Friday. Offices are closed on Saturdays.
We strongly encourage you to use Home Savings Bank’s digital tools and other resources for self-service banking and 24/7 account access. You can access your account online or by using the Home Savings Bank mobile app at your convenience. From there, you can make payments, view transactions, check balances, find an ATM and more. It’s easier and faster (in most cases) to manage your account digitally, especially given call wait times may be longer than usual.
If you haven’t enrolled in online access, it only takes a few minutes. Enroll now here.
We also understand that there may be instances where customers find themselves facing financial difficulties. Home Savings Bank is here to help and we encourage customers who may be impacted to reach out to discuss how we might be of assistance.
Should you find yourself in need of assistance, please contact us.
The health, safety and well-being of our customers, our associates and our communities is of great concern. We continue to monitor this quickly evolving situation and are here to assist our customers as needed.
Please visit our website as the situation evolves for the latest updates.
For additional information about COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at cdc.gov.
Avoid Coronavirus Scams
Scammers are taking advantage of the uncertainty that people feel during the coronavirus outbreak. The Federal Trade Commission has tips for avoiding coronavirus scams including:
Hang up on robocalls. Don’t press any numbers. Scammers are using illegal robocalls to pitch everything from scam coronavirus treatments to work-at-home schemes. The recording might say that pressing a number will let you speak to a live operator or remove you from their call list, but it might lead to more robocalls, instead.
Fact-check information. Scammers, and sometimes well-meaning people, share information that hasn’t been verified. Before you pass on any messages, contact trusted sources. Visit What the U.S. Government is Doing for links to federal, state, and local government agencies.
In addition, remember these important tips for keeping your phone secure.
- Use a lockscreen password.
- Do not store sensitive information on your phone.
- Keep all user IDs and passwords confidential.
- Do not reuse passwords, all passwords should be unique.
- Check the validity and security of all apps downloaded on your phone.
Read more security tips from Home Savings Bank.