BONNERS FERRY — Mountain West Financial institution has briefly closed the lobbies of its places of work in Bonners Ferry, in addition to all through Idaho and Washington. The precaution was taken to assist sluggish the unfold of the Coronavirus.
Nevertheless, Mountain West Financial institution President and CEO Scott Anderson stated the Mountain West’s drive-thru home windows will stay open and shopper, mortgage, and enterprise lending capabilities will stay accessible.
“We’re taking measures to assist maintain you wholesome and protected,” stated Anderson in a press launch. “To assist sluggish the unfold of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we’re briefly closing our lobbies.
“In the beginning we care concerning the well being and well-being of our neighborhood, clients and colleagues and are carefully monitoring the well being disaster with steerage from the Facilities for Illness Management (CDC) in addition to native well being authorities.”
The Bonners Ferry department of Mountain West Financial institution assured that the drive by might be accessible, and they’re additionally accessible to take telephone calls throughout this non permanent closure.
“Our NetTeller and cellular banking app provides you 24/7 entry to your accounts to test balances, switch funds, pay payments and deposit checks,” stated Anderson within the press launch.
The press launch additionally acknowledged that Shopper, Mortgage, and Enterprise Lending capabilities will stay accessible by appointment.
“For up-to-date info please go to our web site frequently,” stated Anderson within the press launch. “We try to satisfy your monetary wants and supply banking and monetary choices throughout these difficult instances.”