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    333 E. Court Street
    Kankakee, IL 60901

    Phone: (815) 936-7600
    Fax: (815) 932-5009

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    Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

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Coronavirus Update

Home Coronavirus Update

An Important Message to our Valued Customers

To check the status of your Stimulus Payment from the IRS, click HERE.

To view our banking hours during the pandemic, click HERE.

Important Update: May 29, 2020

While we are anxious to see you face-to-face, your safety and the safety of our employees is our number one priority. As such, we do not plan to reopen yet on June 1st, but will continue to monitor the pandemic and reopen in the near future when we are confident that it is safe enough to do so. Please check here or our Facebook page for updates. 

We will continue to be here to meet all of your banking needs in the following ways: 

  • Drive up facilities at our Bourbonnais and Kankakee locations for all of your transactions or by appointment at either office
  • Our Manteno Lobby will remain open with enhanced safety measures
  • Our Customer Care Team is standing by ready to assist you over the phone with all of your banking needs at 815-936-7600
  • Our Online and Mobile Banking Services are available and free to use right from the safety ad comfort of your home
  • Our dedicated Mortgage Heroes are happy to help you. Whether you're purchasing, refinancing, need loan extensions, payment deferrals or any other lending assistance, please Contact Us.

Despite these challenging times, we’ve found a few tidbits of good news to share with you. 

  • For the past 2 months (March and April), we’ve been the #1 bank for mortgage recordings.  We’ve been working hard to help families purchase new homes and help customers save up to hundreds per month by refinancing their home loan.
  • Over 2,300 jobs in Kankakee County have been saved through the efforts of our commercial lenders.   They worked around the clock to process loans through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program. In just a few short weeks, 151 applications were processed from local businesses with $19.8 million in funding assistance paid out.
  • On Thursday, May 21, we officially broke ground for our new branch at 198 Southcreek Drive in Manteno. You can view our Groundbreaking Video here.

Please reach out to us anytime we can be of further assistance, and remember we are committed to you and here to service your financial needs.   

Stay healthy and safe!

Be safe. Be well. Bank from home!

We also encourage you to take advantage of the digital tools we provide for easy access to your accounts. We provide convenient 24/7 account access through our mobile, online and voice banking services. Through these channels you'll be able to check balances, transfer funds, pay bills and deposit checks.

  • General information on digital banking can be found here.
  • Online Banking offers an easy enrollment process, only takes minutes. From there you will be able to enroll in Mobile Banking.
  • The Mobile Banking App is so convenient and easy to use. If you are currently enrolled in Online Banking, simply  or
  • Mobile Deposit is available once you've got the Mobile Banking App.
  • Telebanker is our phone banking service you can enroll in.

You can also apply for a home loan or refinance from the safety and convenience of your home. Apply today with our Mortgage Hero Application.

 Here is the operating schedule for you:

Kankakee Drive Up:     8 am - 6 pm daily; 8 am - Noon on Saturday

Bourbonnais Drive Up:     8 am - 6 pm daily; 8 am - Noon on Saturday

Manteno Lobby:     8 am - 5 pm daily; 8 am - Noon on Saturday

Our Call Center:     8am - 5pm daily: 8 am - Noon on Saturday

Important Information: Scams During the Pandemic

During these already difficult times, scammers have put on their thinking caps and figured out ways to con people out of their money. By the time the victims realize they have been scammed, unfortunately, it is too late to recover their funds. Be alert! Be informed! Don’t become a victim to these terrible crimes. Here is some information we hope you find helpful:

  • The first stimulus checks were mailed out April 20. They will be the same as the Treasury check for a tax refund, except the memo field will state "Economic Impact Payment" on the first line and the President's name on the second line. Fictitious checks are already in circulation. To see the security features on real stimulus checks from the US Treasury click here.  
  • To find out when your Stimulus payment will arrive, check the IRS’s Economic Impact Payments page.
  • The IRS will not contact you. If you receive a call from someone claiming to work for the IRS, simply hang up. If you receive an email, do not click on any links in the message. Delete the email right away.
  • No one is being granted ‘early access’ to their Stimulus payment. If you have communication that indicates otherwise, it is a scam.
  • The IRS will never send you an overpayment then ask for a return of the excess funds.
  • The FDIC does not send unsolicited correspondence asking for money or sensitive personal information. They will never use threats or scare tactics. 
  • No government agency will demand you pay them with a gift card, wire transfer, or digital currency.
  • The FDIC will never ask you for bank account information, debit or credit card numbers, your social security number, or passwords.
  • Methods of communication from scammers include: emails, phone calls, letters, text messages, faxes, and social media sites.
  • Victims are being asked to “confirm” or “update” their financial information including bank account numbers. Once a scammer has your bank information, social security number, date of birth, or other valuable information, they are using it to commit fraud or selling it to other scammers.
  • Some victims give out sensitive information because they think they are being helped to recover losses from fraud. 
  • Another scam involves threatening you with possible lawsuits or arrests for unpaid debts such as taxes owed on prize winnings or insurance claims.
  • Finally, scammers are asking victims for money in the form of gift cards or digital currency. This scam involves sending the victim a fictitious check to deposit, but asking the victim to purchase gift cards or send a wire transfer.   Once this is done, it’s typically too late for the victim to recover their money.


We are here to help so please call us at 815-936-7600 or send us an email if you have any questions or concerns.