Silver Lake Bank COVID-19 Update
April 02, 2020
It’s still business as usual at Silver Lake Bank, but in a new way! We have adapted to new avenues, to ensure all your financial needs are met. My observation, and I hope you’ll agree, is that we are able to get your business done efficiently, timely and with your convenience in mind.
Rest assured, we are here to accommodate you! Though our lobbies are temporarily closed for general access due to COVID-19 concerns, we’re still open for business. For loan requests, new accounts, CDs, or to make changes on your account or to access your safe deposit box, please contact us. There are many options available for you to access SLB staff for personal service, engage electronically through the convenience of online banking and mobile banking services or utilize our drive-up lanes and branch night depositories for teller transactions.
1. Access Individual Staff Members – It’s easy to reach us by phone or email. Click here for contact information for our Lenders, Branch Managers and Senior Staff. You may also send a general email to email@example.com or phone us at 785.232.0102.
2. Online banking and mobile banking services – view activity, transfer money and make deposits. Those of you interested in establishing online banking services can get set-up by visiting our website at www.silverlakebank.com, click on Register Now. Or, call any branch location (see listed below) for one on one assistance.
3. Drive-up teller services, night depositories and ATMs – For a list of hours and locations, click here.
The Treasury Department is supporting U.S. workers and businesses impacted by COVID-19 through a variety of programs including assistance for individuals and small businesses that range from stimulus checks to loans and debt relief. Beware of COVID-19 Scams. If you receive calls or emails offering money or loans, including purchasing gift cards, do not respond!
Small business owners should check out the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan, and other SBA Relief Programs. To access the SBA PPP loan, you will work directly with your Silver Lake Bank lender. Click here to send us an email. Learn more about these loans and programs by visiting the SBA website at https://www.sba.gov/page/coronavirus-covid-19-small-business-guidance-loan-resources.
Thank you for your patience during these challenging times. We appreciate your business.
Patrick R. Gideon