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About Us

Welcome!

Welcome, to your friendly bank on the corner!  We are proud of our service to Scribner and the surrounding communities for over 100 Years.  As big of a milestone as this is, we could not have done it without our loyal customers and close friends.  We invite you to browse our website.  We think you will find all the tools necessary to help you with your online banking needs.

We are independently owned which means quick and local decision making.  Our promise to you is to know and understand your business, and provide you with exceptional and friendly service.  Your financial success is our main goal, and we thank you for the confidence you have placed in us to help you meet those goals.

Thank you for being a loyal customer.  We invite others to join us.  See how Scribner Bank can help you with your financial needs.  You, our customer, have made us the strong bank we are today.  Thank you for all the continued support.

 

Martin F. Koopman

Chairman and President

Meet Our Staff

Please Contact Us to communicate with a Scribner Bank representative.

Hours and Locations

Hours

DayLobbyWalk-In/Drive-In

Day


Monday - Friday

Lobby


9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Walk-In/Drive-In


8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Day


Saturday

Lobby


Walk-In/Drive-In


8:00 AM to Noon

Bank Location:

Scribner Bank

400 Main Street

Scribner, NE 68057


ATM Location:

ATM Cash Machine

Scribner Bank Walk-In Entrance (South Lobby)

400 Main Street

Scribner, NE 68057

 

Holidays Observed

In observance of the following holidays, Scribner Bank will be closed.

Holiday:Day/Date:

Holiday:


New Year's Day

Day/Date:


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Holiday:


Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Day/Date:


Monday, January 21, 2019

Holiday:


Presidents' Day

Day/Date:


Monday, February 18, 2019

Holiday:


Memorial Day

Day/Date:


Monday, May 27, 2019

Holiday:


Independence Day

Day/Date:


Thursday, July 4, 2019

Holiday:


Labor Day

Day/Date:


Monday, September 2, 2019

Holiday:


Columbus Day

Day/Date:


Monday, October 14, 2019

Holiday:


Veterans' Day

Day/Date:


Monday, November 11, 2019

Holiday:


Thanksgiving Day

Day/Date:


Thursday, November 28, 2019

Holiday:


Christmas Day

Day/Date:


Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Fee Schedule

ItemDescriptionCharge

Item


Instabank ATM Card

Description


Monthly Card Fee

Charge


No Charge

Item


Visa Check Card

Description


Monthly Fee
.10 credit per point of sale up to $1.00 credit

Charge


$1.00

Item


ATM/Visa Check Card

Description


Foreign Terminal Fees (after 1st two per statement cycle- Free)

Charge


$1.50

Item


Description


Card Replacement or PIN Replacement

Charge


$10.00

Item


Bill Pay

Description


Service Fee (Waived if pay at least one bill per month)

Charge


$5.00

Item


Description


Additional fee per bill if over 15 paid bills per month

Charge


$0.55

Item


Money Order

Description


Per Item

Charge


$5.00

Item


Overdraft Fee

Description


Each Overdraft Paid (when checks are paid - but overdraws account)

Charge


$20.00

Item


Returned Item Fee

Description


Each Item Returned

Charge


$25.00

Item


Continuous Overdraft

Description


After 5 Business Days/Every 5th Business Day

Charge


$20.00

Item


Overdraft Protection

Description


Automatic Overdraft Fund Transfer Per Transaction

Charge


$5.00

Item


Duplicate Statement

Description


Mailed to Alternate Address Per Month
E-mail Statements

Charge


$2.00
No Charge

Item


Account Research

Description


Minimum/Per Hour + $1.00 Per Page

Charge


$30.00

Item


Reconciling Accounts

Description


Minimum/Per Hour

Charge


$30.00

Item


Dormant Account Fee

Description


Per Month - Balance of $100.00 or less for 365 days

Charge


$5.00

Item


Stop Payment

Description


Per Order

Charge


$25.00

Item


Wire Transfer

Description


Incoming
Outgoing - Domestic
Outgoing - Foreign

Charge


No Charge
$20.00
Various

Item


Collection Items

Description


Incoming (each item)
Outgoing (each item)

Charge


$25.00
No Charge

Item


Garnishment/Levy

Description


Per Item

Charge


$30.00

Item


IRA Transfer Fee

Description


Per Account

Charge


$30.00

Item


HSA Transfer

Description


Per Account

Charge


$30.00

Item


Fax Service

Description


Incoming Per Page
Outgoing Per Page

Charge


$1.00
$2.00

Item


Annual Safe Deposit Rent

Description


Small (3 x 5)
Medium (4 x 5)
Large (3 x 10)
Ex. Large (5 x 10)

Charge


$18.00
$22.00
$27.00
$36.00

Item


Safe Deposit Box

Description


Replace Key

Charge


$16.00

Item


Description


Drill Open Safe Deposit Box & Replace Lock

Charge


$210.00

Item


Notary Service

Description


Non-Customer

Charge


$5.00

Item


Indemnity Bond

Description


Per Item

Charge


$25.00

Item


EE Bond

Description


Redemption

Charge


No Charge

Electronic Banking Agreement

This Electronic Banking Agreement (the “Agreement”) governs your use of the Scribner Bank’s Electronic Banking (the “Service”).  By subscribing to the Service you agree to the terms of the Agreement.  Please read this Agreement carefully and keep a copy for your records.

In the Agreement, “you” or “your” refers to the person(s) subscribing to or using the Service; “we” or “our” refers to the Bank and any agent, independent contractor, designee, or assignee the Bank may, in its sole discretion, involve in the provision of the Service.

Bill Pay Agreement

BILL PAYMENT AGREEMENT

EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2019 

This Bill Payment Agreement (the “Agreement”) governs your use of the Scribner Bank’s Bill Payment (the “Service”). By subscribing to the Service or using the Service to make any payment to a third party, you agree to the terms of the Agreement. Please read this Agreement carefully and keep a copy for future reference. By clicking “I agree” or using our bill payment services, you are agreeing to this Bill Payment Agreement. 

You may use Scribner Bank Bill Payment to direct Scribner Bank to make payments from your designated checking account to the “Payees” you choose in accordance with this Agreement. The terms and conditions of this Agreement are in addition to the account agreements, disclosures and other documents in effect from time to time governing your account.

Security Tips

It is the policy of the Scribner Bank to protect your personal information to the best of our ability.  We will never contact you and ask for any of this information which includes your name, address, social security number, date of birth or bank account information.  In the event you fear any of the above mentioned items may have been compromised, please contact us immediately at (402) 664-2561.

Every year, thousands of people lose money to scams.  Scammers will stop at nothing to get your personal information and bank data.  If they pressure you to give them your personal information such as your social security number or bank account number – it’s very likely a scam.

10 things you can do to avoid fraud. 

  1. Spot Imposters. Scammers pretend to be someone you trust, such as a government official, relative, charity, or a company you do business with.  Never send money or give out your personal information in response to an unusual request.  The scam may come as a phone call, e-mail or mail request.
  1. Do Online Searches. Type a company, product or phone number into your favorite search engine with words like “review,” “complaint” or “scam.”  Or search for a phrase that describes your circumstances, such as “IRS Call”.
  1. Caller ID. It is easy for scammers to fake caller ID information.  The name and number you see aren’t always real.  If you receive a phone call asking for money or personal information, hang up.  If you think the call is genuine, call back to a number that you are familiar with.
  1. Don’t Pay in Advance. Someone might try to get you to pay a fee in advance for things like debt relief, loan offers or a job.  They might say you’ve won a prize, but first you need to pay the taxes or some kind of a fee to get the prize.  Once they have your money, they will disappear and you will never realize your promise.
  1. Payment Method. Credit cards have fraud protection built in.  However, wiring money through services such as Western Union or MoneyGram is risky because it is extremely difficult to get your money back.  That is also true for prepaid debit cards and gift cards. Honest companies won’t require you to use these methods of payment.
  1. Talk to someone you trust. Fraudsters want you to make decisions in a hurry.  They will often tell you not to tell anyone or they may even threaten you.  Slow down, talk to a professional, relative or friend before you give up your money or personal information.
  1. Hang up on recorded calls. If you receive a call and hear a recorded sales pitch, hang up.  These calls are illegal and often the products are phony.  Don’t press 1 to speak to an operator or to be removed from the list.  That could cause them to contact you more often.
  1. Be suspicious of free trial offers. Research the company and read the cancellation policy before you sign up for free trial offers.  Always review your monthly statement for charges that are unfamiliar to you because some companies sign you up for free products and then bill you every month until you cancel.
  1. Don’t deposit a check and then wire money back to the issuer. Banks must make funds from deposited checks available to you within days, however, uncovering a bogus check can take weeks.  If a check you deposit in your account turns out to be fake, you’re liable for repaying the bank.
  1. Free scam alerts. Sign up for free scam alerts from the Federal Trade Commission at ftc.gov/scams.