In observance of Memorial Day, Citizens Alliance Bank will be closed
Monday, May 27, 2013. We will resume our normal
business hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
Citizens Alliance Bank Welcomes the Murdock Community
First State Bank of Murdock has now merged with Citizens Alliance Bank. As a result of the merger, Murdock customers have access to secure, 24-hour Online Banking, BillPay and Mobile Banking for Apple and Android devices. Murdock customers also have the option of E-Statements, an expanded lending limit and Visa Credit Cards.
Residents of the Murdock community are invited to stop by our new branch office for refreshments during the week of May 20th. Our customers will continue to experience the benefits of working with a local community bank that cares about your future.
Citizens Alliance Bank is “Customer Driven. Community Focused.” and looking forward to serving the needs of the Murdock community!
Citizens Alliance Bank Announces 'Mobile Banking'!
Our Citizens Alliance Bank Mobile App makes it easy for you to bank on the go 24/7. You can monitor your accounts, transfer funds, make loan payments, locate branches, find ATMs and more. Mobile Banking works on iPhones, iPads, Android phones and Android tablets. For more information, please view the Online Banking page or Contact Us.
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Simple Ways to Rev Up Your Savings
- Save for specific goals.
- Commit to saving money regularly.
- Put your savings on auto-pilot.
- Make use of tax-advantaged retirement accounts and matching funds.
- Decide where to keep the money intended for certain purposes.
- Think about ways to cut your expenses and add more to savings.
To read more about these simple steps visit:
E-mail Claiming to Be From the FDIC – January 30, 2013
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of fraudulent e-mails that have the appearance of being sent from the FDIC.
While the e-mails exhibit variations in the "From" and "Subject" lines, the messages are similar.
The fraudulent e-mails are addressed to the attention of the “Accounting Department” and meant to notify recipients that that that “ACH and WIRE transactions” are being blocked until “a special security software” is installed.
They then instruct recipients to go to a Web site for instructions on how to download the necessary files by clicking on a hyper-link provided (Note: the Web site addresses (URL) vary widely).
This e-mail and link are fraudulent. Recipients should consider the intent of this e-mail as an attempt to collect personal or confidential information, or to load malicious software onto end users' computers. Recipients should not click on the link provided.
The FDIC does not issue unsolicited e-mails to consumers or business account holders.
Go Green in 2013!
Start the year off right and sign up for E-Statements!
1. Read the Disclosure and complete the Enrollment Form.
2. Return the Enrollment Form to the Bank.
3. Check your E-Mail Inbox for further instructions.
Once you are enrolled you will receive E-Statements beginning with your next statement cycle.
How are E-Statements Beneficial?
Secure: E-Statements can be retrieved in online banking or received in your e-mail inbox which requires a password to be retrieved.
Convenient: You can view, print or download your e-statement to your computer hard disk any time you want, organizing them in one central location.
Easy: Just complete the E-Statement Enrollment form found on our Forms page or
Click here to view our online forms and return it to the bank.
Fast: You'll receive your E-Statement one or two days earlier than you typically receive your paper statement.
For more information, please contact us.