Oak Bank is here for you. COVID-19 Update.
Oak Bank is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our team and our community. We have closely abided by the “Badger Bounce Back” plan put in place by Governor Evers and public health officials; and are continuing to follow the state’s gradual, phased reopening plan. Rest assured that throughout this process, we will be here to serve your banking needs.
For the safety of our clients, team and the community, our lobby is temporarily closed while our drive-up service will remain fully open.
Our associates will continue to be available by phone, email, and drive-up banking during normal business hours (Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm) to assist with wire transfers, ACH transactions, loan closings and other needs that you may have. In-person meetings, if necessary, are available by appointment. Through it all, we’re ready to help with any financial assistance you may need during this uncertain time.
We continue to closely monitor the evolving circumstances related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are keeping our customers safe by following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and our Wisconsin Department of Health (Wisconsin DHS)
If you have specific questions about our efforts to minimize the possible impact to our clients, please contact us at 608-441-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oak Bank COVID-19 Newsletter Archive
Not yet enrolled in online banking?
Oak Bank Electronic Services
Oak Bank, like most financial institutions, has invested in digital technologies. By leveraging secure digital technologies, you can do your banking remotely by using our personal and business banking products below.
Have you set up your banking electronic services? Download and start using our mobile banking app. If that sounds daunting, call us and we will walk you through it.
Using your computer to access your online banking is also a safe and easy to use option for reviewing your account activity, make transactions, transfer funds, and make payments. Please call us at 608-441-6000 if you need help getting started.
Business Loan Resources
U.S. Small Business Administration – COVID-19 Disaster Assistance Loans
Wisconsin small businesses may be eligible to apply for federal disaster loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA) website as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Coronavirus and your mortgage from the Federal Trade Commission
Because of the Coronavirus, many people are facing financial challenges, especially paying their mortgage. If you’re unable to make your mortgage payments, you could lose your home to foreclosure. Federal lenders and some private lenders are offering borrowers temporary help, like stopping or delaying foreclosure or modifying the mortgage. But these measures don’t apply to everyone. If you need help, research the options available to you for getting through these tough times.
Fannie Mae Resource – What is Forbearance?
COVID-19 may impact your ability to make mortgage payments, making you eligible for a forbearance. Watch this brief video to learn more about forbearance and what it may mean for you.
Your money is safe, secure and insured at Oak Bank.
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