ATM/Debit Card Fraud: Due to recent fraud, debit card transactions for $40.00 or more will require PIN use in the state of New York. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
Notice: The Commonwealth of PA has reduced its escheat period from 5 years to 3 years. In order to avoid the unnecessary escheating of our customers’ dormant deposit accounts to the state, we are reducing our dormancy period from 3 years to 2 years. By doing this customers will receive notice of account dormancy one year before the end of the 3-year escheat period. This will give our customers one year to activate dormant accounts by making a deposit or withdrawal to their dormant account and their funds will not have to be sent to the state and also avoid any dormancy fees. Please call us at 610-767-3875 if you have any questions. Thank you.
New 2015 IRA Rollover Rules: Only one distribution from an IRA is eligible for rollover per 1-year (12 month) period. This includes eligible rollovers between any type of IRA (Traditional, SEP, SIMPLE, Roth IRAs). For More information please click here.
** All ATM/VISA Check Cards have been blocked in the state of New York due to fraudulent activity. Cards can still be used for Point of Sale transactions where accepted. **
Traveling Outside of PA, the U. S. or Canada Advisory: Please contact the Electronic Banking Department at 610-767-3875 to avoid your transactions being denied as they could appear to be out of your normal spending pattern. We can memo and code your card for use out of the state or country for your protection and to avoid this situation.