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Telephone Banking

We know that questions about your banking can come to you any time. Our Union Community Bank Telephone Banking Center is a tool for you to have access to all the banking information you need whenever you need it.

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week The Union Community Bank Telephone Banking Center provides you with a constant and immediate connection to your banking information. Speak directly with a banking consultant or use our Express-24 automated system that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’ve made it simple for you to have all of the information you need and the ability to manage your account is just a phone call away.

Union Telephone Banking 

  • Check account balances
  • Make transfers between accounts
  • Check on the most recent paid checks
  • Check on your most recent deposits
  • Telephone Banking Center Hours – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Getting Started with Telephone Banking

To provide outstanding service focused on you, we are updating our Union Community Bank 24-Hour Telephone Banking system. The new system will offer the same convenient access you’re familiar with, along with improved features. The number to call remains the same: (717) 492-2222. Beginning February 8, 2017, when the system is implemented, you will need to enter some identifying information the first time you access each of your Union Community Bank accounts:

To prepare for this initial call, we recommend you have your account numbers conveniently available. When you first log into 24-Hour Telephone Banking, you will be asked to enter your account number.

Next, you will be asked to enter the last four digits of your social security number. You will then be prompted to enter a Personal Identification Number (PIN). This PIN will become your 24-Hour Telephone Banking access code, so please be sure to choose a number you will remember. (You may choose the same PIN you presently use.)

If you have more than one Union Community Bank account, the first time you access each account by phone, you will need to follow the steps above. You may use the same PIN for each account.

 

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