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25201 Chagrin Boulevard
Suite 120
Beachwood, OH 44122

Phone: (216) 359-5580
Fax: (216) 359-5581

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Due to the lifting of restrictions by the state of Ohio, Middlefield Bank will begin to reopen our branch lobbies in the coming weeks. For a full list of hours and lobby access time, click HERE.

 

For Frequently Asked Questions, Click Here.

 

For other questions, please call our Customer Support Center at 888-801-1666. Customer Support Hours: 8am-7pm Monday-Friday and 8am-1pm on Saturday.


Middlefield Bank: Coronavirus Personal Finance Action Steps

 

With the announcement of Coronavirus as a global pandemic, many Americans are feeling some insecurity not only their personal health, but their financial health as well.  However, the best policy is not to panic--but prepare. 

To help our customers feel more prepared, we have compiled this list of ways to protect yourself from the financial impact of Coronavirus:

 

1. Make use of Digital Banking Services

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One of the easiest steps to reducing your public interactions is to make use of online banking services.

MB offers user-friendly online and mobile banking for access to your accounts.  Likewise, you can use our Debit Card for purchases, our MB ATM locator and our EasyLine Telephone Banking Services for real-time financial data by calling 877-622-2794

Mobile banking is great for accessing your account 24/7 to pay bills, transfer funds, and make mobile deposits, and more. If you need help setting creating or setting up your online account, or downloading the MB Easylink app for Android or IOS, call our Customer Support Center at 888-801-1666 or contact your local branch

 

 2. Establish an Emergency Fund

By creating an emergency fund, you can ensure coverage for unexpected costs or from having to take days off at work. Even if you already have an emergency fund, it could be a good idea to increase the savings you already have.  If you do not have an emergency fund work towards building enough savings to cover yourself for 3 to 6 months.  Your banker may have some strategies or suggestions that can help you reach this goal.

 

3. Enroll in Direct Deposit

If you receive a paper check from your employer, consider requesting direct deposit services.  If you receive state or Federal Benefits, contact them to set up a direct deposit for convenient check deposit.

 

4. Have Extra Cash on Hand

No matter what emergency may be occurring it is a good policy to have extra cash on hand just in case other methods of payment are temporarily not available.

 

5. Beware of Scams

During any time of social disruption, you can easily overlook the risk of scams and financial fraud. Hackers and criminals look to exploit public fear for their own financial gain, including so-called medical “cures”—do not be one of their victims. No legitimate organization will contact you and ask for personally identifying information such as social security numbers or bank account information.

 

6.  Gather Important Documents

The Department of Homeland Security recommends putting together your important bank account, financial, medical, and other important personal records together in case of an emergency. Have printed copies that you can store in a secure location (such as a fireproof and flood-proof safe) and keep backups of your electronic files.

Additionally, be sure to put together a contact list with phone numbers to your financial, medical, and insurance institutions.

 

7. Review Your Employer's Sick Leave Policy

Do a quick check of your employee handbook to determine your number of paid sick days your company provides, as well as the amount you have used this year. Some companies may be in the process of changing their sick day or remote work policies as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

 

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