Complement your checking account with:
Provent Identity Theft Protection
Provent Identity Theft Protection offers customizable services so you can choose the right protection to balance your budget and risk tolerance from month to month. Learn more about the Provent Identity Theft Protection options here.
This convenient service allows you to receive funds directly into your checking or savings account by way of electronic deposit. Direct deposit is commonly used for depositing payroll checks, social security checks or tax refunds into a designated account.
We understand that an overdraft to your checking account can happen to anyone regardless of your financial habits. That’s why we offer three convenient options to help you avoid unwanted overdrafts: Ready Reserve, Home Equity Line of Credit and Savings Auto Transfer. Learn more about these options here.
Safe Deposit Boxes
Your valuables are safe with us when you store them in a Marion County Bank safe deposit box. We have boxes available in a variety of sizes and prices. (Please be advised that contents of safe deposit boxes are not FDIC insured.)
A wire transfer is an electronic transfer of money. No actual cash is exchanged, but electronic balances in the respective accounts are adjusted accordingly. This is a very secure way to transfer funds, as positive identification of both account holders is required, and there is no chance of a charge back, unlike with a personal check. Click here for information about wire transfers at Marion County Bank.
US Savings Bonds
As of December 2011, the U.S. Treasury announced that banks will no longer be able to sell U.S. Savings Bonds. Though Marion County Bank is no longer able to order Savings Bonds for our customers, you can still purchase them online. Go to the US Department of Treasury’s Web site and establish an account by following the “Open an Account” link on the right hand side of the page.