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A Message Concerning the Coronavirus
Updated March 27, 2020
The City of Waco announced on March 23rd that Waco will be under a "shelter in place" order beginning at midnight tonight. This does not apply to essential businesses, including financial institutions like Community Bank & Trust.
Our Motor Banks and Contact Center remain open normal business hours and continue to serve you and your banking needs. Our bank lobbies will remain closed to customer traffic. Traffic has been steady this past week, with phone call activity robust.
As we near the weekend, you can make plans to visit our Wooded Acres and Chapel Road Motor Banks during normal Saturday hours on March 28th. Our Contact Center will be available next week from Monday through Friday.
Of course you are always welcome to bank from anywhere using the Mobile Community! We greatly appreciate our relationship with you, and we look forward to doing all we can to Serve Beyond Expectations during this uncertain time.
Your CB&T Banking Options
Use the Mobile Community on your computer or mobile device to:
- Check Balances
- Pay Bills
- Send Money through P2P
- Deposit Checks
- Transfer Funds
Our Contact Center remains available to answer all your questions and address any concerns. Call us today at (254) 753-1521.
You can also contact your banking or trust officer directly. Click here to view our company directory.
Our Motor Banks remain open and we are here to assist you with transactions of all types. Click here to view our Motor Bank hours.
Use the ATM at our three bank locations to withdraw cash, deposit checks, and deposit cash. Click here to explore our ATM network.
Beware of Scams:
The FDIC is warning consumers of recent scams where imposters pretend to be agency representatives in an effort to perpetrate fraudulent schemes. Please be aware that the FDIC does not send unsolicited correspondence asking for money or sensitive personal information, and neither does CB&T. The FDIC or Community Bank & Trust will never contact you asking for personal details, such as account information, card numbers, Social Security numbers, or online banking passwords or access codes.
We urge you to remain vigilant and be on the lookout for any suspicious email and text messages that operate with the intent to convince you to share sensitive information such as login IDs and passwords, tempt you to make purchases on fraudulent websites, or to download malware on your device by opening a malicious attachment or link.