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    333 E. Court Street
    Kankakee, IL 60901

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

    Lobby Hours

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

    Sat 8:00am - 12:00pm

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    Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm

    Sat 8:00am - 12:00pm

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Coronavirus Update

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An Important Message to our Valued Customers

Stimulus Payments begin Wednesday, March 17.

All direct deposit Stimulus Payments will be disbursed on Wednesday of each week. Some Stimulus Payments will come by check or debit card.

Track your stimulus payment here.

Important Update: March 15, 2021 - BANK LOBBIES OPEN!

It is with great pleasure and much excitement that we welcome you back into our lobbies! At this time, we feel that we are able to safely reopen our offices due to the low positivity rate in our county as well as the increase in the number of residents being vaccinated. We will continue to closely monitor the positivity rate and follow all recommended guidelines to keep you and our staff safe and well. 

Our offices continue to be thoroughly sanitized every night and common areas will be disinfected regularly throughout the day. All social distancing guidelines will be followed in addition to other safety measures we have in place such as plexiglass guards at our teller and banker desks and hand sanitizing stations in our lobbies. 

Our staff will continue to wear face masks and we will require all guests entering our offices to do so as well. We will gladly provide a disposable face mask to any visitor who does not have one. We understand not everyone can comfortably or safely wear a face mask, so we will continue to offer extended banking services through our drive-ups and in other contactless ways such as email.

Welcome back, friends! We've missed you. 

Branch Hours

Our branch hours are listed below. We also offer assistance through our dedicated Call Center at 815-936-7600 and from our banking professional who can provide outstanding contactless service. Online BankingMobile AppTelebanker, and our Mortgage Hero loan application are still available to you 24/7 - just click, call, or tap!

Bourbonnais Hours

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

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

Kankakee Hours

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

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

Manteno Hours

Lobby: 8am-5pm daily, 8am-Noon on Saturday

Drive Up: 8am-5pm Mon.-Thurs.; 8am-5:30pm on Friday; 8am-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. Here are some of the most common scams we are seeing: 

  • Unemployment fraud has been widespread. False claims have been filed on behalf of individuals who are still employed. For more information on this scam, visit our Scam Alerts, ID Theft and Fraud page.
  • 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.
  • 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.

*Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/14/scammers-are-looking-to-steal-your-stimulus-check.html

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.