Horizon Branch Lobbies to Reopen June 8
Horizon branch lobbies will reopen next Monday, June 8. To ensure a safe environment for our members and employees, the following steps will be in place for our reopening:
- Counters and desks will be continuously wiped down with disinfectant wipes.
- Face masks or appropriate mouth and nose covering will be encouraged for all members and mandatory for employees while in the branch.
- Branch occupancy will be limited, and appropriate signage and floor clings will be on display to ensure we can continue to practice social distancing.
While we are managing the number of members in the branch lobby, we continue to recommend members conduct their transactions electronically, when possible. We will continue to evaluate branch lobby activity and policies and follow the lead of government and health experts.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to navigate during this unprecedented time.
Alternative Banking Options
- Online Banking allows members to view balances and account histories, transfer funds, pay bills, order checks, stop payments, apply for a loan, and more.
- Additionally, mobile banking allows members to deposit a check remotely from their smart phone through the Horizon Home Banking app.
- Download through the Apple App Store.
- Download through Google Play.
- Our Account Solutions team can be reached at 570-326-3636 during normal business hours. These professionals can assist with all non-cash transactions such as account history, maintenance, loan applications, etc.
- Telephone teller allows quick, secure access to your accounts by calling 570-326-2407.
- Members and non-members may apply for accounts or lending needs through our website or over the phone during this time.
Your financial well-being is our top priority:
- The funds in your Horizon accounts are federally insured by NCUA up to $250,000 per depositor, per account type. To calculate coverage for your funds, use NCUA’s Share Insurance Estimator.
- Storing cash at home comes with risks including a loss to fire, theft, or water damage, which would not be insured by homeowners or renter’s insurance.
- Keeping large amounts of cash could prevent you from paying essential bills from home like your mortgage, car payment, or electricity bill.
- Debit and credit card purchases continue to be the preferred way to make purchases, reducing the necessity to carry cash. Card purchases are a more sanitary way to interact with retail businesses.
If you have questions about our health and safety measures, accessing your money, or how to protect your financial future, please call us at 570-326-3636, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.