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Coronavirus Stimulus Checks

Most American households will be receiving a check from the U.S. Treasury to help keep our economy strong and provide some income for folks during these days where so many are unable to work because of business being temporarily closed.

In some cases the checks will be deposited directly to your account, and some will be mailed to households soon. With virus concerns many are staying home, getting out for only essential tasks. Also, virus concerns are forcing us to serve our customers with as few visits to our bank lobbies as possible. So, how do we get those checks into our bank account?

  • Use mobile deposit on the Legacy Bank Mobile app. Through the Legacy Bank Mobile app, you can deposit your check in minutes. Now is a great time to have the mobile app. All you need is a smart phone and a Legacy account. Give us a call. We can set you up over the phone. During this time having a tool like our mobile banking app is the smart choice.
  • We will be happy to send you a postage-paid envelope and deposit slip you can use to mail your check to the bank for deposit. Give us a call, and we’ll get a mailer sent to you right away.
  • Or, if you have to be out on other errands, come by our drive-through tellers for your deposit. Using the drive-through rather than coming in to the lobby will help protect everyone. We are cleaning our drive-through equipment several times a day to offer a safer way to bank.

This is a great time to use Legacy services like the mobile app, eBanking with Bill-Pay, and telephone banking to keep up with your account. As if we didn’t have enough to be concerned about, be careful and on alert of fraudulent calls and activity. If you get a call from anyone regarding your check or your bank account, take their phone number, and tell them you will call them back. Then call us. Chances are, they won’t give you a call back, and you can consider it a scam. Be wary of emails or text messages about your check. Don’t click any links in an email or text message. Neither Legacy Bank nor the Treasury department will send you messages like that. Call us with any questions you have.