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SWITCH TO SCOTT STATE BANK TODAY
At Scott State Bank, our devoted staff is eager to go above and beyond to maintain a trustworthy and straightforward relationship with our customers. Now switching all of your accounts to Scott State Bank has never been easier.
We have included all of the information you need to switch your accounts to our bank. The forms just take minutes to complete and include everything required to notify your employer and others that you have switched your accounts to Scott State Bank.
Just print and complete the forms, make copies for everyone you need to notify, and then mail them out. It’s that easy! And if you need further help or have any questions, just give us a call or stop in to see us and we’ll walk you through it.
We promise that you’ve never seen local banking like this before. At Scott State Bank, we are dedicated to serving our communities because we live and work here – just like you.
Closing Your Old Account
Before you close your old account, make sure to leave enough money to cover any outstanding checks and and automatic withdrawals.
Once all of these outstanding charges have been paid, ask your previous bank or credit union to send your remaining balance(s) to you or directly to your new account with us. Then, destroy all of your old checks, ATM cards, debit cards and deposit slips.
To make switching even easier for you, here’s your new Scott State Bank Routing Number: 071109228
Open an account with Scott State Bank by visiting one of our locations.
STEP 1: Click here for the Authorization to Change Direct Deposit form. Use this form to send to your employer if you receive a direct deposit of your payroll. Other Direct Deposits may include taxes, retirement/pension plan accounts or expense reimbursements.
Customers receiving Social Security payments should contact the Social Security Administration or visit www.ssa.gov.
STEP 2: Click here for the Notice of Automatic Withdrawal Change form. Use this form to send to all companies whom you have automatic withdrawals. Make copies as needed.
STEP 3: Click here for the Authorization to Close Account form. Use this form to send to your financial institution where you will be closing your account.
Online Bill Payment – Be sure to cancel each individual payee and enter them into your Scott State Bank online bill payment service (if applicable).
Automatic Debit Card Payments – contact any companies that you currently have automatic charges coming out of your account that are billed through your debit card.