COVID-19 Customer Info
Thank you for trusting Bank of Commerce for all of your banking needs. It is our privilege to serve you. In saying that, we want to assure you that our first priority is the health and safety of our employees and customers. As we navigate new ways to do business, we guarantee that you will continue to receive the same excellent service you have come to expect at your community bank. When you visit us in the bank you will see hand sanitizer for your use, signage with directions on where to wait for assistance, and plexi-shields at desks and teller stations to protect you and our staff. We are taking extra cleaning precautions to disinfect all high traffic and utilized areas in the bank, drive-through, walk up and our ATM's.
Our lobby, walk-up and drive through remain open, but we recommend utilizing other convenient banking options so that you can access your accounts from anywhere. We continue to deliver uninterrupted banking services that meet the social distancing recommendation shared by our health officials and government by offering the best and most convenient digital banking options to our customers.
Online Banking & Mobile Banking: You can bank with us 24/7 from the comfort of your home using our Online Banking or Mobile App. If you aren't already using these services find out more here. You can access online banking at the top of any page on our website. Our new myBOCMobile app is available for banking at your fingertips.
Bank By Telephone: Our automated banking service is available to you 24/7 by calling 1-307-324-4510 or toll free 1-800-934-4634.
Contact Us Online: If you need assistance or have questions any time, you can complete our secure contact form and we will contact you during business hours.
Protect Your Health & Your Finances
- CDC Tips to Protect Yourself - Find out more about best practices to prevent illness, provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Their website includes guidance on how best to disinfect surfaces as well as hand washing tips and other helpful resources. Find out more here.
- Avoid Coronavirus Scams - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has released tips you can take to avoid being a victim of a Coronavirus Scam. These scams include phishing emails, online offers for vaccinations, charitable contributions and more. I encourage you to review these tips and resources to protect yourself by visiting the FTC website.
- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) - As you know, each depositor is insured to at least $250,000 by the FDIC. I recommend that you review the FDIC Consumer News article on How Does the FDIC Protect Consumers to provide you with information about coverage, consumer FAQs and more.