Quoted from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC):
"Scams related to the Coronavirus are growing. Some scammers are promising that you can refinance your mortgage or get student loan debt forgiveness – for a fee, of course. You might spot phishing scams, where scammers try to get your Social Security number (SSN) or financial info – maybe to guarantee you access to a COVID-19 vaccine (remember: there’s still no vaccine, so definitely no access). They might say they’re from Medicare (they’re not) with a heath kit, from the CDC (again, not) with a vaccine kit, or the Social Security Administration (nope), telling you there’s a problem with your SSN (there’s not). And some scammers might even still be running some of their go-to favorites: tech support, utilities, or lower-your-interest-rate scams."
For more details on what kind scams to look for and how to avoid them, visit the FTC website by clicking here.
Notice of Drive-Up and Appointment Banking
Because of concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak, and out of an abundance of caution regarding the health and welfare of our employees and customers, Terre Haute Savings Bank is temporarily closing its lobbies effective March 19, 2020. Teller banking services will be provided through the drive-up only.
Customers with non-teller business may make appointments for document signing, business change orders, loan closings, trust services, etc. by calling our eBranch at 812-234-4864.
We invite you to also use an array of banking services such as our digital products (online banking via PC or mobile devices), applying for loans online at thsb.com, or by using THSB Bank-by-Phone at 877-611-3880.
We apologize for the inconvenience during this unprecedented time for our nation.
We are not sure how long our lobbies will remain closed, but we will adapt and continue to serve our customers as THSB has since 1869.
To stay updated on requirements by the CDC, click here to visit their website.
Terre Haute Savings Bank and Coronavirus
Businesses across the country are using preemptive measures regarding Coronavirus. Such measures may feel like a quick response; however, most businesses, including Terre Haute Savings Bank, have these procedures in place.
There's plenty of information out there, but also plenty of uncertainty about how this will progress. THSB is monitoring the situation, planning for possible impacts on our customers and staff members, and focusing on the things we can manage—like making sure you're informed and prepared for any effect this may have on your banking experience.
Ways to bank online:
• Use Online Banking - Use Online Banking on any desktop, laptop, or mobile device to track your spending, pay your bills, make loan payments, and transfer between your accounts.
• Live Chat - Have a question, but don’t have time to call? Use our Live Chat feature through online banking, available between 8a.m. and 6p.m. Monday through Friday and 9a.m. till 12p.m. on Saturdays.
• Bank by phone - Call 877-611-3880 to check account balances, verify deposits, transfer funds and more.
• Guestbook - Send us a secure message through Guestbook and we will reply by email.
• Mobile App – Use the mobile app to pay bills, make transfers, and manage your Money Management Tool all from your smart phone or tablet. Available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
• Mobile Deposit - You can use the camera on your smart phone or tablet along with the THSB Mobile App to deposit a check into your account. Take a picture of the front and back of your check with proper endorsement, and submit it, safely and securely, to deposit it into your account. Customer must meet bank requirements to use Mobile Deposit. Funds are available the next business day.
• Call our eBranch - Call 1-812-234-4864 with questions or for assistance with transactions, such as transferring funds between accounts. E-branch representatives are available Monday - Friday, 8am to 6pm EST and Saturday, 9am to noon.
• Apply for a Loan - Visit our mortgage center for more information and to apply online.
• Use an ATM - Find all our ATMs on our locator — and remember, ATM’s at branches can accept deposits. The first $200 of the deposit is available immediately. Anything over $200 is on hold for 24 business hours until it is reviewed by the branch.
• Night Drops - available at all branch locations