A Message from our Chairman and CEO, Gary Head:
In Our Branches
Starting Tuesday, March 24, we are temporarily limiting our banking hours to 8 AM - 5 PM. Limiting face-to-face contact is a key component to slow the spread of COVID-19. This schedule will allow us to mobilize more Signature Bankers to work from home in accordance with recommendations made by our Governor and President.
As of Monday, March 16, building access is limited to Signature Bank employees. Our drive thrus will be open and properly staffed to care for customer needs. We appreciate your patience.
If you would like to make an appointment with a loan or mortgage officer, please call 877-888-8550. We will work with you on an arrangement in good keeping with social distancing recommendations.
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and evaluate additional measures to support our customers and communities as needs arise.
Consumer Alert: Price Gouging is Illegal!
The Arkansas Legislature passed Act 376 in 1997 prohibits businesses from price gouging during a state of emergency. The law prohibits businesses from charging more than 10 percent above the pre-disaster price of goods or services. The scope of the law is broad and is intended to cover anything that may be needed in the event of a state of emergency. Examples of items and services covered by the law include: food, fuel, water, flashlights, batteries, blankets, medicine, bandages and construction materials.
If you find examples of price gouging, you may report them to the Arkansas Attorney General's Office. The Attorney General can seek injunctive relief, restitution to consumers, costs, attorneys’ fees and civil penalties up to $10,000 per violation. Criminal sanctions may also apply to violators.
For information on fraud and scams appearing becuase of the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit signature.bank/fraud-alert.
How can we help you through COVID-19?
Signature Bank is dedicated to the health and safety of our customers and our employees.
Rest assured, we are here for you through these troubling times.
Amid ongoing concerns about the Coronavirus, COVID-19, Signature is closely monitoring the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and has taken a number of precautionary measures for the health and safety of our customers and colleagues.
First and foremost, help us help you stay connected. Need to update your phone number or email address? Click here.
I wanted to personally reach out and share a few of the ways we are here to serve our customers as our community seeks to limit personal interactions:
Take Advantage of Online Banking Features
With online banking, you can access your account balance(s), reorder checks, pay bills, transfer money between accounts, and access bank statements.
Never signed up for online banking? We can fix you up! Click here to enroll.
Need to Open an Additional Account?
Within online banking, you can click "Open An Account" to open additional checking or savings accounts.
Take Advantage of Mobile Banking Features
Our mobile app, Signature2Go, brings all the convenience of online banking to your phone or tablet. Added bonus: you can deposit checks to your account by snapping photos with your smartphone.
Signature2Go is available in the App Store and Play Store. Click below to download.
Business Customer? Deposit Checks From Your Desk
Too many checks to upload through Mobile Deposit? Ask us about installing a complimentary Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) machine at your place of business. RDC can be a useful tool to save time and money by eliminating a trip to the bank from your daily to-do list.
For more information, simply reply to this email or contact Ryan Goens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 479-841-4932.
Use your Signature Bank debit card at any ATM in the United States. We refund ATM fees so you can get cash anywhere, even at other banks' machines.
Looking for an ATM near you? Click your city to explore nearby options:
In Our Communities
The latest news of public facilities, activities, and businesses with closings or alternative schedules can be found here:
Know a child in need of a meal?
Arkansas' school districts and communities are stepping up to ensure no child goes hungry through this crisis. Follow the links for food resources in Northwest Arkansas and Brinkley.
More meal resources have been made available varying age groups. We've accumulated the resources we've learned of here.
Know a child who needs to keep busy?
We've gathered our favorite activities here for you and your family to enjoy.
Healthcare providers in Arkansas have made it possible for you to consult with healthcare professionals without leaving your home.
- First, review the CDC's recommendations for when you're feeling sick.
- When you need to escalate the conversation, here is a list of Arkansas resources:
- Expect these services to ask questions such as:
- Have you traveled internationally within the past 14 days?
- Have you had contact with someone suspected or confirmed to have novel coronavirus (COVID-19)?
- Do you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or symptoms of a common cold or flu?
Don't forget to wash your hands often!
Experts recommend spending 20-30 seconds washing your hands. Looking for a great way to count the time? Turn your favorite song into a hand washing guide!
My favorite song is My Favorite Memory by Merle Haggard.
What's yours? https://washyourlyrics.com/
Always here for you,