Welcome to Security Bank and Trust Company
It is our sincere pleasure to welcome you to Security Bank and Trust Company of Miami, Oklahoma. As of January 24th 2018, First State Bank has been acquired and will be operated as the new Commerce Branch of Security Bank and Trust Company. We trust that you will find great value in the experience of the combined teams of First State Bank and Security Bank and Trust Company. For more than 95 years, we have been committed to providing exceptional client service through building relationships and continually working to improve our community and the bank experience of our customers.
We are currently in the process of merging First State Bank’s systems into Security Bank and Trust Company, which will be finalized within the next 90 days. Within the next few weeks, you will receive additional information that will assist and explain the benefits and new products that will be available to you.
Please be advised that as we merge our systems it is important that you continue to utilize the services of the Commerce Branch and conduct business as normal.
On behalf of all of us at Security Bank and Trust Company and First State Bank, thank you for your patience as we integrate our two companies. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and continuing the relationship and trust formed with First State Bank. If you have any questions or concerns throughout the course of this transition, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (918) 675-4904.
Please utilize the following link to visit the Security Bank and Trust Company website: https://www.sbtmiami.com/
EQUIFAX DATA BREACH
In light of the recent data breach to Equifax that was reported. We would like to remind all of our customers to never give out any personal information to anyone that contacts you by phone or letter. Also if they give you a phone number to call don’t assume that it is an actual phone number to the REAL company. Always look up the phone number, either from your paperwork or online and call that number. Please remember to NEVER give out your personal PIN numbers, social security numbers or banking account numbers etc. to anyone that might call or write to you asking for them! Here is a link that you can us to find helpful information about protecting yourself from identity theft. https://www.usa.gov/identity-theft
Hurricane Harvey disaster scams: People heads up! They are coming out with fake Facebook pages, tweets and fake charity websites as well as phishing emails exploiting the Hurricane Harvey disaster. Please don't fall for these scams. We recommend not opening emails from anyone that you don't know. Delete all emails from unknown senders. If you want to make a donation, go to the website of your favorite charity or the American Redcross to make your donation. Please think before falling for any scams.
FIRST STATE BANK
ATM'S THAT CAN BE USED IN OUR LOCAL AREA WITH NO SURCHARGE
First State Bank:101 N Mickey Mantle Blvd Commerce, OK
The Hitch n' Post Antique & Flea Market: 401 Commerce St. Commerce, OK
Great Plains ATM: 2208 Military Baxter Springs, KS
Turtle Stop: Hwy 60 Wyandotte, OK
First State Bank does not accept any responsibility for any fees assessed. We are providing these locations for informational purpose only and disclose that they are subject to change by the issuing institution of the ATM. For a complete list go to https://www.shazam.net/ .
Now if you've misplaced your debit card you can go to the Bolt$ app and put a temporary block on your debit card. Check it out at: https://bolts.shazam.net/ShazamWebPortal/index.php
Go to https://bolts.shazam.net/ShazamWebPortal/index.php to enroll today. Shazam, (which is our debit card company), has a free app you can download onto your iphone or android device. You can get the app by going to your app/play store and type in Shazambolt$ to search for it. Be sure and set up when you want your notifications sent. For example you can get an email sent to you every time your card is used over a certain dollar amount or you can set it to email you when the cardholder isn't present at the time of purchase.
The First State Bank Commerce's web site provides links to other web sites for convenience and informational purposes only. Users should be aware that when you select a link on First State Bank Commerce's web site, they are leaving First State Bank Commerce's web site. Linked sites are not under the control of First State Bank Commerce. First State Bank Commerce is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The inclusion of a link does not imply endorsement by First State Bank Commerce of the site, its content, advertisers or sponsors. External sites may contain information that is copyrighted with restrictions on reuse. Permission to use copyrighted materials must be obtained from the original source and cannot be obtained from First State Bank Commerce.
WHAT BANKERS WANT CUSTOMERS TO KNOW:
1. It is really important for you to review your bank statements when you receive them and for you to keep a running tab on your electronic transactions.
2. If your transactions don’t exceed your balance, you won’t have to worry about overdraft charges.
3. The balance at the ATM or over the phone is not the "real" balance. That balance does not include transactions you have completed that the bank does not know about.
4. All checks made out to the name of a business must be deposited first. If you want a distribution, please deposit the check and then write yourself a check out of the account.
5. We didn’t give your account number to the satellite/cable service and we didn’t just send your money to them. They said they had your approval. Please read your account agreements.
6. If you tell a lender that your tax returns don’t accurately reflect all the income you made last year, you’re asking for trouble - not a loan.
7. We are so sorry your car was totaled and it isn’t worth what is still owed on you r car loan. Yes, you do still have to repay the loan.
8. Yes, it’s called offset and we can take that past due payment for your loan out of your deposit account.
9. We can only allow an Attorney in Fact to do what the Power of Attorney papers says he can do. For instance if the papers say he can write checks on a checking account that doesn’t mean he can come in and add someone else on the account or make any other changes to the account.
10. Sorry, but you can’t win a lottery if you didn’t play that lottery. There are a lot of scams out there that will send you a check and ask you to send back part of the money. The check from them is usually not any good.