Dakota Community Bank & Trust is committed to both the physical and financial health, safety and security of our employees, customers and communities. We, like you, are monitoring the evolving news surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Our responses include following previously set response plans and utilizing guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in regards to maintaining proper personal and environmental hygiene.
As COVID-19 continues to impact our state and our communities, Dakota Community Bank & Trust is taking necessary precautions to keep the health and safety of both our customers and employees top priority. Effective immediately (March 18, 2020), all Dakota Community Bank & Trust lobbies will be closed until further notice. Our drive-through services will remain available during regular business hours, where applicable. Any lending, trust, or insurance services are to be scheduled by appointment only.
We will continue to monitor the ongoing situation and update our website and social channels with any changes.
We will currently remain open to provide necessary financial services to our customers. We recommend the use of our many products and services available to you remotely. Our Online Banking and Mobile Banking suite of products will allow you to check your balances, make transfers, pay bills, deposit checks and send money using Popmoney. We enjoy communicating directly with our customers so we welcome your calls at any of our locations.
We would like to remind you that fraudsters ramp up their efforts during events such as this. As always, we will not call you to request account numbers, card numbers or any other personally identifying information. Those with malicious intent are creating fake websites that look legitimate to attempt to load malicious software on your device without detection. As you perform your own research be sure to only visit and use websites from official sources and do not open or click on emails from unknown sources that will use the topic of COVID-19 to falsely earn your trust. Visit our cybersecurity page to learn more ways to keep yourself protected from fraudulent activity. In response to the Coronavirus the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has updated their financial resources to help protect yourself financially in the short and long term.
For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit the CDC’s Coronavirus website.