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CSB Online Deposit Anywhere

Community State Bank, Deposit Anywhere Mobile Deposit Service allows you to make deposits to a Consumer Checking or Savings account that may be used in connection with the Deposit Anywhere Mobile Deposit Service, and the functions within our Mobile Banking Service application (Mobile App) to scan checks and to transmit the images of the checks and associated data to us. In order to use the Service, our Mobile Banking Service application (Mobile App) must be installed on your Wireless Device.

Learn More About CSB Online Deposit Anywhere

CSB On The Go Mobile Banking App

CSB would like to introduce our new Mobile Banking App called CSB On The Go. It offers a convenient, fast, easy, and secure way to access your accounts on the go from your mobile device. The CSB On The Go Mobile Banking App allows our customers to check balances, view transactions, receive text alerts, and much more. 

Learn More About Our Mobile Banking App

Standard message and data rates may apply.

CSB Mobile Banking App now includes Online Deposit Anywhere!! After downloading and logging into the CSB On The Go Mobile Banking App, CSB Online Deposit Anywhere will be available.

 

Scheduled Holiday Closings

Holiday

Date

New Years Day

Wednesday, January 1, 2020 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Monday, January 20, 2020

Presidents' Day

Monday, February 17, 2020

Memorial Day

Monday, May 25, 2020

Independence Day

Saturday, July 4, 2020

Labor Day

Monday, September 7, 2020

Columbus Day

Monday,  October 12, 2020

Veterans Day

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Christmas Day

Friday,  December 25, 2020

 

Customer Security: Robotic Phishing &
Fraudulent Customer Solicitation

While not new, telephone scams continue to cheat unsuspecting consumers. Whether being concealed as a computer company, fraud detection agency, or bank, this brand of fraudster usually requests consumers to share their sensitive personal information, such as social security numbers or payment card account details.

The most important thing to remember in these situations is to never give card, banking, or personal information to someone who calls you. While your financial institution may call to report suspicious activity or to confirm that you made a particular transaction, you will not be asked to provide your account information. If this happens to you, dial the number on the back of your payment card to verify the call. Never use the telephone number the caller provides.

Scammers continue to call, because they sometimes succeed. These calls can be received on both land line and mobile phone numbers. If you are suspicious, end the call immediately. Better to be safe than scammed. If you have received this or a similar type of call and have provided the caller with any form of personal information, please contact your local branch office or our Electronic Banking Department at (814) 447-5552.

Here are 10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud from the Federal Trade Commission.