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Along with other financial institutions, PremierBank has recently seen an uptick in debit card fraud. We are working proactively with our core provider to identify any such attempts. Please use online and mobile banking to keep tabs on your bank accounts that have debit card(s) associated with them and contact us immediately by calling 920-563-6616 if you notice any unauthorized transactions. 

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FDIC Insurance

Understanding the Insurance Coverage You Have on Your Accounts

Since PremierBank is an FDIC insured institution, it means that your qualifying deposits are insured by the federal government. And when your money is FDIC insured, you can't lose a penny, no matter what. But as with any insurance, there are coverage limits and requirements that must be met.

To help you determine your insurance coverage, you can use an easy-to-use online FDIC tool called EDIE – The Estimator, which PremierBank is making available to you on our website.

A few minutes with EDIE can give you endless peace of mind. You'll know if the money you have in your PremierBank deposit accounts is fully protected or if any accounts exceed coverage limits.

Using EDIE is easy. Just click the button below to get started. To save time, have a list of your deposit accounts and the amount you have in each. If you have joint accounts or trust accounts that name beneficiaries, have those names too. To check business accounts, you will need the business name and Employer Identification Number (EIN).

EDIE (Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator)

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To ensure your privacy, PremierBank does not allow EDIE access to any personal or account information, nor will EDIE store any of the information you provide. No information is sent over the Internet.

You should always consult with your tax advisor before making any decisions. Not FDIC insured, not insured by any government agency, no bank guarantee, may lose value.

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