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We offer the Shazam®Check Card and Shazam®ATM Card. Withdrawals can be done at any of our three banking locations.

 

Williamsville State Bank & Trust

512 W. Main Street, Williamsville, IL

480 S. Crossing Drive, Sherman, IL

3341 Old Jacksonville Road, Springfield, IL

 

To locate the nearest FREE Privileged Status ATM in your area, log into

 

www.shazam.net

 

At Privileged Status - provide city and state - then Enter

 

If a pop up screen comes on and shows no locations - close out of pop up screen

 

Then go to upper left of screen

 

Enter city and state

 

Choose radius in miles from drop down menu

 

Click Search

 

 

You can download a Shazam®Bolt$ app today at the Apple App Store or Google Play. Identifying potential fraud, monitoring accounts, and finding ATMs is easier and faster with Shazam®Bolt$.

 

 

Check 21 and Check Imaging

WSB&T can prepare CD image discs of your banking transactions. There is a small charge to help us cover time and expense in creating the disc. Imaging can be done on a time frame convenient for your personal and business needs. This service will be most helpful to our business customers because it provides a complete transactional record, with check fronts and backs as well as including all deposit and other transactional information.  If you’re interested in prepared CD image discs of your banking transactions just give Rick Edwards a call at 698-9728.  Rick will be glad to help!

 

FDIC Insurance

Williamsville State Bank & Trust is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and your deposits at our bank are insured up to the maximum limits allowed by law. You can be confident that your insured deposits are safe. FDIC Insurance is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. If you have any concerns about how much FDIC coverage you have, get the facts from one of our representatives today.

 

In addition to a staff dedicated to helping you with all your questions, you can also visit the FDIC's website for more information at www.fdic.gov. If you would like to calculate your own insurance coverage you can utilize the FDIC's online "Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator" at FDIC: Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator (EDIE). Finally, you can also speak directly with a FDIC specialist by calling 1-877-ASK-FDIC.

 

FDIC limits have been permanently raised to $250,000 as of July 21st, 2010.

 

 

 

 

Springfield
3341 Old Jacksonville Road
217-698-9728
Sherman
480 S Crossing Drive
217-698-9728
Williamsville
512 W Main Street
217-698-9728