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Welcome to The Bank of The West

Notice:  Fee resumption 

Effective June 1, 2020, The Bank of The West will resume charging Insufficient Funds fees (for both checks paid and checks returned unpaid), Overdraft fees, and Foreign ATM fees (fees for using your card at an ATM not owned by The Bank of The West).  These fees have been temporarily suspended through May 31, 2020 as part of our relief efforts due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.

Beware of Fraudulent Unemployment Claims and Scams

Across the Nation, criminals are taking advantage of the situation that has been created by the coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic. A surge in unemployment numbers likewise means an increase in fraudulent unemployment claims. Below is a list of steps provided by the Oklahoma Bankers Association that an individual should take in they are a victim of a fraudulent unemployment claim:

To Report a Fraudulent Claim as an Individual:

Also, be wary of any “work from home” advertisements you see online or on social media.  Many of these are scams, and any checks you receive from these “jobs” are very likely forged checks or money obtained from illegal activities, and depositing these funds into your account, or cashing these checks could impose legal or financial liabilities on you.  Contact us for more information on work at home and/or unemployment scams.

Our Branches are open to serve you! 


The Bank of The West has reopened the lobbies of our branches.  We are taking precautions to help protect both our employees and our customers, and ask for your cooperation and understanding as we, along with our communities, state and country, find our way back to normal.  We are following State and Federal guidance and using the recommended phased approach.  Among the steps we are taking are the following:

We encourage those who are potentially vulnerable or those who may not yet be ready for in-person contact to continue to use our drive-through facilities or online services, and we respectfully ask for anyone who has a fever, shortness of breath, or other flu-like symptoms to refrain from using our lobbies until symptoms have subsided for 72 hours.

Above, all, we also ask for your patience, understanding, and respect of others and their comfort level of interaction as we all work toward our common goal of reopening our cities, states, and country.

Thank you for your continued support of The Bank of The West, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Convenient Ways to Conduct Banking & Financial Transactions from Your Home or Office

The Bank of The West is committed to serving our customers by offering continued  access to banking services at each of our branch locations, and we offer many alternate solutions for those that wish to avoid public places during this time.  Some of these services are:

Bank from your vehicle!

Our drive-through lanes remain open during our regular hours to serve you, or after hours you may use our night drop depositories or one of our ATMs without leaving your vehicle.

Go Online!

Our Online and Mobile Banking services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These services allow both consumers and businesses to perform many banking transactions from your home, office, or on the go through your smartphone or mobile device. The following services are available through our online/mobile banking products:

Call Us!

Call any of our four locations! Our employees will be happy to assist with any of your banking needs. Our employees can also assist you with setting up you online/mobile banking!

Thomas 580-661-3541
Clinton 580-323-9200
Leedey 580-488-2001
OKC 405-752-8659

Coronavirus and Scams: Helpful Hints


Criminals are taking advantage of the fear and uncertainty that has been created by the coronavirus/COVID-19. Scams come in many forms, but they all want either your money or your information in order to obtain your money. These scams will especially be on the rise due to the current economic uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 Virus as well as with the recent passage of several Coronavirus-related relief and stimulus bills.

Here are a few key points that will help to protect you from scammers: 

 Hang up on robocalls. Do not press on any numbers. Scammers are using illegal robocalls to pitch everything from Coronavirus treatments to work-at-home scams.
Fact check information. Scammers, and sometimes well-meaning people, share information that hasn’t been verified. Before passing any information along, contact a trusted sources (e.g. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO).
Know who you are buying from. Online sellers may claim to have in-demand products like cleaning, household and medical supplies when, in fact, they do not.
Do not respond to text and emails about stimulus checks from the government.  The government will not contact you through either option.
A few additional things to keep in mind.  The government will NOT ask you to pay anything up front to receive the stimulus check – no fees or charges. The government will also NOT ask you for your social security number, bank account number or credit card numbers.
For more information as well links to the CDC, WHO, and FTC, please download our full Coronavirus and Scams Tips and Advice article.

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Thank you for visiting our website!


Please take a few moments to browse our site and learn about the many products and services available to you at The Bank of The West.  The Bank of The West offers a variety of products and services designed to meet your banking needs, whether you are looking for a basic savings or checking account, interest bearing checking accounts, CD's, or a wide range of personal or commercial lending options.  In addition, you can have 24/7/365 access to your account with our online banking product, or by using our custom designed mobile app, available in the Apple App Store on the Google Play store.  You will need an online banking account to access your accounts through our mobile app, so sign up here first if you don't already use online banking.  Other services available at The Bank of The West include ATMs, debit cards, gift cards, as well as many others. So, when you are looking for a great hometown banking experience, drop by one of our four convenient locations and meet our friendly staff. We really look forward to seeing you!

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Have you downloaded our mobile app?  Take us with you when you are on the go, and keep your accounts only a few clicks away!  You can download our app from the Apple App store or from Google Play.  If you have questions or concerns about mobile banking safety, please review our safety tips for mobile banking article on our Tips and Advice page.  You can review the Terms and Conditions here.

The Bank of The West now offers mobile deposit capture for consumer customers.  Using your mobile device and our mobile app, you may now deposit checks of up to $2,000.00 directly to your account.  You may review the terms and conditions  here.  For more information on mobile capture, please visit our Tips and Advice page.  If you would like to sign up for mobile deposit capture, please contact your local branch.

Bill Pay is now available for consumer online banking users through our website or our convenient mobile app.  If you are interested in signing up for Bill Pay, please contact your local Branch office for more information.

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Safety Tips to Remember When Using Mobile Banking

 
Let’s talk about mobile banking safety.  By now, mobile banking is a pretty common term that most of us hear on a day to day basis.  But, how safe is it to use?  In general mobile banking is safe.  In today’s world nothing can be 100% secure from some type of compromise, but the banking industry has taken major steps to make sure that mobile banking apps are secure.  The problem often lies with the mobile device and how it connects to internet. 

Our mobile devices are convenient and are a big part of how we keep in touch with the world.  It makes sense that we now have banking information at our finger tips, 24/7.  As a financial institution, we work hard to make sure that your banking information stays secure, and we want to provide you with several tips to help prevent someone from gaining access to your personal information.    

The most important step in keeping mobile devices such as phones and tablets secure is realizing that mobile devices are portable computers and treating them as such.  Using these common-sense precautions can help protect your personal information:

We hope these tips will help you to keep you mobile devices and personal information protected.  You may view our recent and past educational articles on our “Tips and Advice” page by clicking here or by clicking the “Tips and Advice” link from the bottom menu of any page on our site.  And, as always, if you have questions about privacy or data security, or if you think your information may have been compromised, please call us at (580) 661-3541.

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 Did you know that you can view your account statements online? You can view up to the past 18 months of account statements from within online banking by clicking the "Documents" tab while viewing any account. If you would like to “go paperless” and receive your statements only by electronic means, you can do that too! If you'd like more information regarding eStatements, please contact your local branch office of The Bank of The West.

 

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