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Branch Reopening Update

Posted on 1/19/2021 by Kyle Beckman

As we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 cases in our area and the impact that it has on our customers, we are reopening our branch lobbies at the start of business on Monday, January 25.

The Macomb East branch location will remain temporarily closed.

All branches, drive ups, ATM’s and night depositories will operate regular business hours.

We will continue to prioritize safe practices and social distancing within the branches. Masks will be required and provided to customers who do not have one.

As always, you can bank 24/7 online at FirstBankers.com or with the FBTC Mobile App. Our eBanking services are built to help you bank at your convenience. Apply for a mortgage loan or consumer loan online, deposit a check with your phone, managing your Debit Card, and so much more.

We will continue to follow CDC, state and local guidance as we remain committed to our three top priorities

  1. Keep our employees safe
  2. Keep our customers safe
  3. Meet the banking needs of our customers

Please visit our Contact Us page if you have any questions and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram for the latest updates. Please wear a mask, practice safe social distancing, and wash your hands frequently.

We are here for you during these uncertain times and beyond them.

Thank you for choosing First Bankers Trust Company, N.A.


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