Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
AbbyBank remains safe, strong and dedicated to helping our communities through this pandemic. The health and safety of our customers, employees and communities are our top priority.
The Safer at Home order has been lifted and we continue to monitor the situation to ensure we comply with the CDC guidelines for customer and employee safety.
As always we want to support your banking needs as our communities and businesses reopen. Our lobbies and drive-ups remain open during normal business hours as shown on our Locations & Hours page. To meet with a banker in-person, we recommend you call ahead for an appointment to ensure we can serve you promptly and avoid wait times. Our staff will also continue to support you by phone and email if that is your preference.
We look forward to serving you through this pandemic and well into the future. And, remember, the safest place for your money is your local community bank! You can find information below from trust worthy organizations about how your money is safe and sound at your local community bank.
Please bookmark this page as we will be updating it with any new information as it becomes available. For more information directly from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) visit their website.
You will still have the ability to bank through online banking and your mobile banking app. Through these services you can;
- Check balances
- Deposit checks
- Pay a Person
- Pay a bill
- Transfer money between your AbbyBank accounts
- Transfer money between your AbbyBank account and another bank account
- Use our Gift Pay feature to send a gift or donation without leaving your home
- Mortgage loans for purchase, refinance and construction can be done through our new Mortgage Center!
- The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed to offer relief for small to medium sized businesses impacted by the pandemic. The Act created the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which authorizes SBA loans to help cover payroll costs and other eligible items. AbbyBank is an approved SBA lender. If you are a current AbbyBank customer, please feel free to reach out to one of our Commercial Loan Officers to see if you qualify.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has created a Small Business Guide and Checklist that does a nice job of explaining the SBA Paycheck Protection Program, if you are eligible and what information your lender will be looking for.
Your PPP loan has been funded. What is the next step?
You have 8 weeks from receiving the money to pay and track qualifying expenses. Once those expenses have been paid, you can then complete the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and return it to your Commercial Loan Officer along with all supporting documentation.
Economic Impact Payment Prepaid Debit Card
If you qualify for an Economic Impact Payment, you might receive your funds on a prepaid debit card. Please visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to find out how to use this card without paying fees, as well as ensure it's not a scam.
Be Aware of Scams
Criminals are exploiting the pandemic through emails and phone calls. Please visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for the latest information regarding Coronavirus scams.
Working Together While Working Apart
To support our communities during this time of need, AbbyBank is involved in a number of COVID-19 relief efforts. Do you want to help your community while practicing social distancing? There are various ways you can help us help our communities on our dedicated donations page.
Abby Bank thanks all our front-line health care workers, EMT's, Med-Techs, Nurses, CNA's, Nurse Practioners and doctors who are being called on to fight this pandemic. With everyone's help and understanding we will get through this and come out a stronger community.
AbbyBank would like to thank everyone who is working behind the scenes to keep us safe and life moving. Thank you to the cleaning, maintenance, laundry and kitchen staff at the hospitals. Thank you to the police departments, firefighters, truck drivers, grocery stores and their employees that help keep the supply chain moving. Thank you to the restaurant cooks and staff that are offering take out. We can’t name you all but please know you are appreciated!
Financial Activities for Kids
We created a fun 'Save, Spend, Give' project that you can do at home with your children.