These days, we spend more time on our smart phones and tablets than ever before. And we’re doing more than just using them for talking, watching videos or playing games. We now use our mobile devices to surf the web…and to do our banking. That’s why The Citizens Bank is excited to announce a new and improved Online Banking with important enhancements making it easier and faster to use on all devices and screen sizes.
Online Banking is now just as easy to use on your mobile phone or tablet as your other devices. You will experience a consistent look and feel across all your devices and access your most commonly used transactions, all from a streamlined home page and menu and simplified navigation. The new Online Banking also features touchscreen technology, faster, easier Bill Pay functionality and improved Search capabilities to find your most important data. Need to contact your branch or find an ATM? You can now do that within online banking with new interactive maps always at your fingertips.
FOR US CONVENIENCE IS A CALLING.
Get the power of the new updated Online Banking today, now easy to use on any sized device. Our new Online Banking is just another example of our commitment to staying on top of technology so you can stay on top of your banking needs. No matter which device you are using.July 9, 2014 9:13 am
June 6, 2014 The Citizens Bank celebrated the grand opening of its newest full service branch, located at 15309 Lemoyne Boulevard, Biloxi, MS. Stop by and visit with our staff Jeff Hansen, Lisa Dornier, Deana Wilson, Tammy Warren and Ashley Hunter for all your banking needs.May 8, 2014 1:53 pm
LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) — The Citizens Bank in Louisville is cooking up a feast for the community, as they continue tornado recovery efforts. For the last eight days, volunteers from across Mississippi have poured into Louisville and surrounding areas to help the recovery efforts. Now The Citizens Bank is serving free lunch to volunteers, clean up crews and tornado victims. Bank officials say it’s their way to show support for the community they serve. They’ve been serving meals since Monday and will continue until the end of next Friday, May 16th.
“We as a bank family have always felt the need to contribute in some small way to disaster relief efforts,” said Greg McKee, CEO of The Citizens Bank. “Our hope is that our efforts will bring some comfort to the individuals in our communities that might be facing a disaster of any magnitude.
“Our employees truly take it to heart that we are community bankers. And this is one of the communities that we are privileged to serve in during the good times, so we are certainly going to be there to serve as best we can in the bad times. Our thoughts, concern and prayers are with all the individuals that have been affected or hurt by this tragedy.”January 4, 2014 9:24 pm
Now you can complete bank transactions including depositing a check at the soccer field, in the carpool line, even in line at the grocery store. While life sometimes keeps you waiting, your bank never will.
With the new Mobile Deposit feature, you save time by eliminating a trip to the bank to deposit a check. Whenever you have a check in your hand, simply use The Citizens Bank mobile app and take a photo of your check with your smart phone to make the deposit.
Life in our communities is faster paced than ever, so being a great community bank means keeping step with the latest and best technology. With The Citizens Bank, you get full service banking by pulling your smart phone out of your pocket, not taking time out of your day.
Go to Mobile Banking to learn more.January 3, 2014 5:11 pm
There is a long-standing tradition at The Citizens Bank: supporting area students and the schools they attend. But that financial support has taken on a new dimension as the Philadelphia-based community bank has launched its School Stash Debit Card program.
Bank President Greg McKee said the program was being designed to “provide additional funding for schools in the communities where we operate.” He explained that the School Stash program contributions are based on the quantity of qualified transactions conducted by account holders carrying the bank’s VISA Debit Card and reflecting the local school that customer chooses to support.
“Existing Debit Card holders and new customers have the opportunity to receive a Debit Card of the school system of choice,” he explained. “Every time a specific debit card holder uses his or her card and selects “Credit” instead of “Debit”, thereby avoiding use of a Personal Identification Number (PIN), the bank will donate $.05 to that customer’s selected school system.”
McKee further explained that the donations would be made by the bank, and that there is no cost to the customer in the School Stash program. “Obviously, the more a person uses their debit card in this manner, the more funds are provided to the school,” said McKee. “And as more people select and use their debit card with us, in this manner, the donations can become very significant.”
“If you pause for a moment to do the math, you realize that the contributions could really make a difference for many school systems.”
Jackie Hester, Vice President and Marketing Director at The Citizens Bank, said the bank has, for the past decade, provided $1,000 scholarships to juniors and seniors in each of the counties in which the bank operates, with an additional $500 contribution provided to each school the scholarship winners attend. “The scholarship program will continue, and its success has evolved into our working to come up with additional ways to support our schools, including the School Stash debit card program,” she said. Hester noted that among the educational or youth organizations that receive financial support or sponsorships from The Citizens Bank includes 4-H Clubs, Boys & Girls Club, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts, Distinguished Young Women, Mississippi School Nutrition and United Way, “just to name a few”.
“In our role as an independent, community bank, The Citizens Bank believes our investment in children and their education is an investment in the future,” she said. “So, in that regard, we would encourage everyone who would like to support their schools to drop by any of our locations, open an account and apply for the Debit Card of their choice.”
The Citizens Bank operates branches in Attala, Forrest, Lamar, Lauderdale, Leake, Kemper, Neshoba, Newton, Oktibbeha, Rankin, Scott and Winston Counties.
“A School Stash Debit card from The Citizens Bank is not only a way to help raise money for your local school,” she said, “but because it’s emblazoned with the colors and mascot or logo from that school, shows a person’s school spirit.”