Temporary Lobby Closures
The health and safety of our communities, customers and employees is important to us. With the rising number of coronavirus cases in many of our communities, we have temporarily closed our branch lobbies.
All of our drive-ups remain open regular hours, and appointments with bankers are available by calling the branch. When entering a branch, mask or face covering use is required for ages 5 and older. When entering a branch, we request that you temporarily remove your face covering and look into our cameras for identification and security. However, masks or face coverings are required to be worn while inside a branch.
For your health and safety, we encourage the use of ATMs, online and mobile banking as much as possible. Please visit our locations page for updates.
We’re here to help.
We understand this may be a challenging time for you financially and we are here to help. We understand every customer and every financial situation is unique. Please reach out to your local banker to discuss assistance that may be available upon request, including:
• Increasing your ATM withdrawal limit for access to your money
You can find information below on the ways Opportunity Bank will continue to serve you during these challenging times. Thank you for being an Opportunity Bank customer.
Protecting your deposits
Opportunity Bank has remained a safe place to do business for nearly 100 years. The best place for your money is in a safe, sound, FDIC-insured institution like Opportunity Bank. Visit the FDIC’s website for more information on how your deposits are protected.
For our Mortgage Loan Customers
Opportunity Bank of Montana understands the coronavirus may be impacting your ability to make payments on your Mortgage loan(s).
Due to the increase in customer inquiries and in an effort to better assist Mortgage loans customers with quicker response times, we ask that you have the following information ready when speaking to one of our staff members or leaving a message:
1. Your full name (spelling of your last name)
For details about eligibility requirements and what is offered for mortgage borrowers impacted by COVID-19, click here.
Our loss mitigation team is currently experiencing high call volume, thank you for your patience.
We encourage you to visit the IRS Economic Impact Payment stimulus check information page for the most up-to-date answers to your questions, including:
• Will I get a payment? How much will it be?
There is no signup or enrollment for the federal stimulus. Any email, phone call, text message, social media message, or mailed letter requesting personal or account information is a scam.
The IRS has what it needs to send you a check. The economic impact payment will be deposited directly into the bank account reflected on your tax return. If you didn’t provide a bank account for direct deposit, the IRS plans to launch a web-based portal mid-April to provide your banking information to the IRS online. Please use extra caution to make sure you are visiting the official IRS website before entering any personal or account information.
The IRS will not call, text you, email you or contact you on social media asking for personal or bank account information – even related to the economic impact payments. Also, watch out for emails with attachments or links claiming to have special information about economic impact payments or refunds.
To protect the health of our customers and employees, we ask that you observe the following precautions while conducting your banking with us:
• Avoid meeting in-person with a Banker if you are not feeling well or may have been exposed to the virus.
Whenever possible use our digital banking services or call us directly to conduct your banking.
To do our part in reducing the spread of the disease, we have implemented the following safety precautions:
• Temporarily closed many of our branch lobbies (banking by appointment, drive-up, mobile, online or ATM).
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we navigate this new normal together. We remain here to help you with all your banking needs.
Click here to review the CDC's complete list of preventative actions.
Scams playing on fears and public panic related to the coronavirus outbreak are on the rise.
Stay up to date on COVID-19
Helpful links to keep you informed:
• The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has up to date information about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself and your loved ones.