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IMAGE DEPOSIT ATMS
Image Deposits – No Envelope, No Deposit Slip
The Citizens First Bank ATMs at 1442 Lincoln Way and 1329 North 2nd Street take deposits, but without the hassle of an envelope or deposit slip. Just another way to save a little time in your day! Your receipt will have an image of the item and deposit details.
You’ll appreciate the convenience, speed and accuracy of the upgraded technology for image deposits!
The Citizens First Bank ATMs in Camanche and on 13th Avenue North no longer accept deposits. Please use our Lincoln Way and North 2nd Street locations for ATM deposits. Don’t forget that Mobile Deposit and the Night Drop at our branch locations are additional options for depositing to your accounts.
For added convenience, Citizens First Bank’s Bank-by-Mail service allows you to make account deposits or payments without having to go to the bank. Mail to our main office at 1442 Lincoln Way, Clinton, Iowa, 52732.
MONEY ORDERS AND CASHIER'S CHECKS
When you need to send your money or when cash is not accepted for a large purchase, a personal money order or Citizens First Bank cashier’s check is the safe, convenient substitute. Fees may apply.
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DRIVE-THRU SERVIcES AVAILABLE
- Account Maintenance
- Account Opening
- Cash Advances
- Change Orders
- Credit Card payments
- Digital Banking Help
- Instant Issue Debit Card
- Loan Applications
- Notary services
- Overdraft Concerns
- Withdrawals & Deposits
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