Stepping Up Efforts to Fight Fraud During Uncertain Times

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Cornhusker Bank understands the spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives in many ways. During uncertain times like these, fraudsters use the situation to try to take advantage of people.  Cornhusker Bank wants you to know they are here to help protect you and your account(s).  

What Cornhusker Bank will do to continue to fight fraud:

The bank is remaining diligent with efforts to combat fraud. Cornhusker bank continues to monitor customer account(s) and notify customers of any unusual activity.   The bank takes extra care when performing transactions, and will not disclose your confidential information.  

Please make sure Cornhusker Bank has all your current contact information, including your phone number, address and email. This ensures bank staff is able to reach you with important information regarding your account(s).

What You can do to fight fraud:

Exercise caution while you’re navigating emails, social media, text messages and online news in order to help keep your information safe. Here are a few best practices to keep in mind:

  • Look for key indicators of scam emails: generic greetings, spelling and grammar mistakes, demands for immediate action, or use of threats.
  • Never click links or open attachments that you were not expecting or are from unfamiliar senders.
  • Beware of any online request for personal or sensitive information.
  • Go directly to reliable sources for COVID-19 information including the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization.

Remember, if Cornhusker Bank contacts you, you will not be asked for any personal and confidential information, including your debit card and social security numbers. If you receive a request to provide that information, do not disclose it, and contact Cornhusker Bank directly at 402-434-2265.

To verify your contact information or discuss other questions you may have, Cornhusker Bank is there to help you at 402-434-2265.

We’re here to help you

Just like you, we are concerned and following all the latest news about Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are here for you and are committed to supporting you and our community through this time.

We’d like to reassure you we are taking precautions to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). These steps include wiping down surfaces and ATMs with disinfectant regularly, frequent hand washing, and providing hand sanitizer for customers and employees in all locations.

If you would prefer not to visit our facilities, we will miss seeing you, but there are many ways you can manage your banking needs from anywhere, at anytime with the Cornhusker Bank app and at http://www.CornhuskerBank.com. The online and mobile tools give you the ability to access your accounts, deposit checks, make payments, transfer funds, and much more. If you aren’t already using these tools:

Download the Cornhusker Bank App

Enroll in Cornhusker Bank Online Banking

As always, the health and safety of our customers, employees, and community is our top concern. We’ll continue to monitor the situation and include additional measures to support our customers and employees as needed. Should you need assistance, please contact us at 402-434-2265.

Cornhusker Bank remains committed to your success and will help any way we can!

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Stepping Up Efforts to Fight Fraud During Uncertain Times

We understand the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has disrupted your life in many ways. During uncertain times like these, fraudsters use the situation to try to take advantage of you. We want you to know that we are here to help protect you and your account(s).

What Cornhusker Bank will do to continue to fight fraud:

We are remaining diligent with our efforts to combat fraud. We will continue to monitor your account(s) and notify you of any activity. We will take extra care when performing transactions, and we will not disclose your confidential information.

Please make sure we have all your current contact information, including your phone number, address and email. This ensures we are able to reach you with important information regarding your account(s).

What You can do to fight fraud:

Exercise caution while you’re navigating emails, social media and online news in order to help keep your information safe. Here are a few best practices to keep in mind:

  • Look for key indicators of scam emails: generic greetings, spelling and grammar mistakes, demands for immediate action, or use of threats.
  • Never click links or open attachments that you were not expecting or are from unfamiliar senders.
  • Beware of any online request for personal or sensitive information.
  • Go directly to reliable sources for Coronavirus (COVID-19) information including the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization.

Remember, if Cornhusker Bank contacts you, we will not ask for any personal and confidential information, including your debit card and social security numbers. If you receive a request to provide that information, do not disclose it, and contact Cornhusker Bank directly at 402-434-2265.

To verify your contact information or discuss other questions you may have, please call us. You can also confirm your information within Online Banking.

Temporary Changes to Lobby Services

Cornhusker Bank continues to monitor the situation in our community in an effort to help keep customers and employees safe and healthy. In order to help limit exposure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re taking appropriate steps in consideration of Federal and State leadership’s recommendations to protect our community’s welfare, while remaining open and available to handle our community’s banking needs:

Beginning on Friday, March 20, 2020, all branches will be closing their lobbies and offering services in drive-thrus only. Services will be expanded through the drive-thrus in order to assist customers. In-person meetings and access to your safe deposit boxes can be arranged by appointment. Contact us at 402-434-2265 or through your preferred branch. Please visit http://www.CornhuskerBank.com for the most up-to-date information on the current situation.

There are a number of alternative banking methods available to customers, including:

  • Accessing mobile banking features
  • Utilizing ATMs and/or branch Drive-Thrus
  • Calling Cornhusker Bank’s Customer Engagement Team for assistance with more in-depth needs at 402-434-2265
  • Calling your preferred Cornhusker Bank branch to request an appointment
  • Live online chat during regular business hours
  • Use our Drive-Thrus or ATMs See locations

If you find yourself experiencing financial hardships during this time, we may be able to help. Please call Cornhusker Bank at 402-434-2265 if we can assist you.

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Community Commitment

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Just like you, we are concerned and following all the latest news about COVID-19.  We are here for you and are committed to supporting you and our community through this time. 

We’d like to reassure you we are taking precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. These steps include wiping down surfaces and ATMs with disinfectant regularly, frequent hand washing, and providing hand sanitizer for customers and employees in all locations.

If you would prefer not to visit our facilities, we will miss seeing you, but there are many ways you can manage your banking needs from anywhere, at anytime with the Cornhusker Bank app and at www.CornhuskerBank.com.  The online and mobile tools give you the ability to access your accounts, deposit checks, make payments, transfer funds, and much more.   If you aren’t already using these tools:

Download the Cornhusker Bank App

Enroll in Cornhusker Bank Online Banking

As always, the health and safety of our customers, employees, and community is our top concern.  We’ll continue to monitor the situation and include additional measures to support our customers and employees as needed.  Should you need assistance, please contact us at 402-434-2265.  

Cornhusker Bank remains committed to your success and will help any way we can!

Zachary Baedke Joins Cornhusker Bank Team

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Cornhusker Bank is pleased to announce Zachary Baedke has been added to the Cornhusker Bank Team and will serve as Senior Banker/Customer Service Manager at the bank’s new location at 11102 Blondo, Suite 102 in Omaha.  Allen Chaffee, Omaha Market President for Cornhusker Bank reported that “Zach’s knowledge  gained from 10 years of banking experience makes him an excellent fit to handle branch management and complex customer service duties, including retail functions and consumer, home equity, and other personal loans for the bank’s Omaha customers”.  

Zach graduated from Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska.  He is a volunteer with Project Payback at Millard Public Schools and at Ignition Church in Bennington, NE, serves as their bass guitarist.    

The Cornhusker Bank team at the Blondo location live in Omaha and its surrounding communities.  As neighbors and friends, providing the “WOW” experiences is among the most important things Cornhusker Bank can do to foster trusted, long-lasting relationships.  According to Barry Lockard, Cornhusker Bank President/CEO, “Zach knows the community and its needs and will take an individually tailored approach to each customer’s situation.”

Cornhusker Bank remains locally owned, demonstrating Nebraska values, stability, soundness, and showing a commitment to the Omaha community with the opening of its full service Omaha location in the spring of 2020.  For more information visit www.CornhuskerBank.com.

Cornhusker Bank Promotes Essay and Gutschenritter

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Cornhusker Bank is pleased to announce the promotions of Andrew Essay and Matthew Gutschenritter to Vice President/ Mortgage Loan Officer.

Andrew Essay has been with Cornhusker Bank since December of 2013.   Matthew Gutschenritter has been with the Bank since September of 2012.  Both have proven themselves valuable assets to the Cornhusker Bank Mortgage Loan Team, developing and building relationships with customers by identifying their needs and expectations while offering them value in the products and services offered. Barry Lockard, Cornhusker Bank President/CEO reported, “Andrew and Matt consistently display a high level of skill in understanding the market, rules and regulations pertaining to mortgages and recommending the best products for customers’ goals, and both have been recognized by the Nebraska Mortgage Association multiple times as members of its Champions Circle.”

Cornhusker Bank remains the area’s oldest locally owned bank, demonstrating Nebraska values, stability, soundness, and showing a commitment to its customers, associates, and community.  For more information visit, www.CornhuskerBank.com