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Coronavirus Updates

We’re here for you today – and tomorrow. Honest to Goodness.

As an Avidia customer, you’ll never have to worry about our commitment to protecting you and your money. For 150 years, we’ve been right here to help local people and businesses do their everyday banking and reach their financial goals. You can continue to count on us to serve you when you need us. For more information on your insurance coverage or to get assistance, please call us at (800) 508-2265, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or email us.

 

COVID-19 Resource Center

1. Review your monthly payments: Take the time to go through all your monthly bills and check to see if any are set up for automatic payments.

  • Through Avidia Bank: This could be from Avidia Bank’s Bill Pay system-which you can edit by signing into your online banking, going to your Bill Pay, and editing the individual payee details. (This can be done on your computer using online banking or your phone through the Avidia Mobile App.)
  • Third Party Payments: If your automatic payments are set up directly through the company (like your credit card, car payment, utility bill etc.), log into your account with that company and edit or delete your automatic payments.

2. Reschedule Payments: If you delete your automatic payments you will still want to log into your Bill Pay or the third party provider directly to schedule your payments to ensure you keep your accounts up to date.

3. Be aware of your due dates for your payments: Some automatic payments process the night before depending upon how they are processed (Some payments through the Avidia Bill Pay system may still send a check for you), so waiting until the day the payment processes may be too late to edit or stop the payment.

4. Set up payment reminder and payment posted alerts, if possible: Many providers, including Avidia Bank, have email and/or text alerts that you can set up for payment reminders and when payments are posted. These alerts are a good tool to help keep track of your payments and to make sure your payments post timely.

Your Money is Safe – at Avidia

Be assured, the deposits you have with Avidia are fully protected with FDIC/DIF insurance. In fact, this past week, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the independent agency that insures bank deposits, issued a statement reminding Americans that FDIC-insured banks remain “the safest place to keep their money.”