COVID-19 Update for March 19, 2020
The Guaranty State Bank and Trust Company
Is here to serve you.
Our customers are our priority.
Effective March 19, 2020, during normal
business hours, all Guaranty locations will offer
banking services through drive-through (where available)
online banking, mobile banking, email and telephone
as our lobbies will not be open.
We strongly encourage you to use our mobile and online banking services, which include
balance inquiries, transfers, mobile deposits, bill payment and much more.
Also available at several locations are our ATMs and night drop.
Should you need loan assistance or access to your safe deposit box, please contact us directly.
We strive to not disrupt your normal routine
through these various banking options.
Please contact us on how we can serve you.
785-738-3501 or 888-738-8000
COVID-19 Update for March 18, 2020
With Guaranty State Bank & Trust Company’s highest priorities being our staff, customers and the communities we serve, we are updating our Pandemic Contingency Plan as a precautionary step and will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. Our plan continues to follow guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as state and local public health authorities.
To ensure customer and employee well-being, we will:
- Increase cleaning and sanitation practices
- Review and implement communication avenues
- Encourage all employees to take extra hygiene precautions
- Exercise caution with meetings and travel
Our online services, including mobile banking and mobile check deposit, can be accessed anytime at your convenience. As a reminder, there are NO FEES associated with mobile deposits!
You may also visit any participating Guaranty State Bank & Trust Company ATM -- surcharge-free to you.
Our management team will be meeting frequently as more details arise to ensure we have the appropriate level of resources devoted to your health and safety during this time of uncertainty.
Please check back for updates.
CDC COVID-19 Latest Update (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
WHO COVID-19 Disease Outbreak (World Health Organization)
KDHE COVID-19 Resource Center (Kansas Department of Health & Environment)