•Online Banking Introduction and Frequently Asked Questions
•April is Community Banking Month
Highmore- We are serving coffee and cookies on all April Fridays and Saturdays. "Teach Children To Save Day" presentation at Elementary School K-6th on April 23rd. "ID Theft" presentation at Highmore Sr. Center on April 19th. Customer Appreciation Noon Meal on April 26th.---------------------Redfield - We are serving coffee, popcorn, and cookies on all April Fridays. Customer Appreciation Meal from 11am-1pm on April 19th. Redfield Senior Plant Day is on April 26th.---------------------Tulare - We are serving coffee, popcorn, and cookies on all April Fridays. Customer Appreciation Meal from 11am-1pm on April 12th. Tulare Senior Plant Day is on April 26th.---------------------Wessington - We are serving coffee and cookies on all April Wednesdays. Breakfast with your Bankers at the Senior Citizens on April 18th. Customer Appreciation Meal from 11am-1pm on April 19th. Community Garden cleaning and planting will be planned at a later date, warmer weather.
•IMPORTANT: Internet Banking Services
Attention Internet Banking Customers: Due to some technical difficulties, online transfers, payments, or available balances may be affected for the next 24 hours (January 20, 2012). If you need to check balances or conduct any online business, please feel free to contact your branch location. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause anyone.
•Attention: Heartland State Bank is offering a Christmas Loan Program
Heartland State Bank is offering the Christmas Loan Program again this year for a limited time. Please stop in at any one of our four locations in Highmore, Redfield, Tulare, or Wessington to visit with one of our loan officers for details.
•HSB is Proud to Serve our Communities! Read more in our Winter 2011 Newsletter
•ATTENTION: HSB will not ask for personal or account information. PLEASE READ MORE
ATTENTION: Please note that Heartland State Bank and it's Online Banking product will not ask you to verify personal information and will not ask you to enter personal or account information during the login process or for any Internet Banking pages where the information requested is not relevant to the transaction. Customers should not enter sensitive data if they are prompted to do so. Also, any system accessing Internet Banking should have anti-virus and anti-malware installed and the software definitions kept up-to-date.
•Fraudulent UMACHA Email Alert PLEASE READ
Recently, some customers have received a fraudulent e-mail appearing to be sent from NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association. This fraudulent e-mail contains the Subject line "Rejected ACH Transaction" and indicates an ACH transaction was rejected and that client should review the transaction by clicking on the provided hyperlink. This hyperlink directs the client to a potentially malicious web site that is designed to appear as the official NACHA web site. If visited, this fraudulent web site could be used to install malware on the client's workstation. NACHA has informed that this e-mail did not originate from NACHA and that any recipient of this e‑mail should not click on the provided hyperlink. Please know that Heartland State Bank, FDIC, UMACHA, NACHA and other financial institutions will never ask for personal information via e-mail or electronic means. Please use caution when receiving an e-mail that requires your immediate action or other urgent requests for information. Please call your local branch if you should have questions on any e-mail or phone call you may receive.
•Heartland State Bank is pleased to announce our sponsorship of Profit Mastery: Creating Value and Building Wealth
Heartland State Bank is pleased to announce our sponsorship of Profit Mastery: Creating Value and Building Wealth, the internationally-acclaimed seminar now offered online in streaming high-definition video for you, our customers. Visit http://brs-seattle.com/hsb or See the Profit Mastery University link on our "Links" Page