Financial Hardship Programs
If you're facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have options available for you during this challenging time.
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What we are doing to help
The coronavirus has dominated the news media in recent weeks and, as always, the Fulton Bank team is fully focused on the well-being and safety of our customers, employees, vendors, and the communities we serve.
Our company has Business Continuity, Pandemic and Disaster Recovery plans that are in place 365 days a year to help guide us through unusual events. We test these plans regularly and have revisited them in light of the increasing presence of coronavirus.
Committed to keeping our customers and team members safe
We have educated our employees on best practices to help minimize the spread of the virus, including frequent handwashing, staying at home when sick, and self-quarantining after exposure or after traveling to CDC-designated Level 2 and 3 regions throughout the world. We encourage our customers and others visiting our offices to observe the same practices. In these uncertain times, expect that we will give you a warm hello and a sincere smile, but in order to avoid passing germs, we will not shake your hand.
Canceling large group events and increasing sanitation
We are paying particular attention to situations and areas where large groups gather. We have canceled or postponed two large-scale events for March, and we will soon evaluate any events planned for April based on the information available at that time. In addition, we have instructed our cleaning crews to increase their housekeeping and sanitization of heavily used areas of our buildings.
Stay safe by banking remotely
At this time, our offices remain ready to meet your financial services needs. However, we recommend that you fully utilize all of Fulton’s tools that enable you to bank remotely, without needing to visit a branch. This will help minimize human contact and reduce the chances of passing the virus.
- Online banking: Through our online banking, you can check account balances, deposit checks and transfer funds between accounts. Enroll now.
- Mobile app: Bank from anywhere on virtually any device with our mobile and tablet banking app.
- Business online banking: Online and mobile banking for small business owners.
- Bank-By-Phone: Call 1.800.385.8664 or contact us or learn more about telephone banking features (PDF).
- ATM locations are available throughout our five-state service area offering a convenient way to obtain cash, make deposits, check balances and transfer funds.
We encourage everyone to follow the guidance provided by the CDC to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please refer to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for the most updated information.
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