AmeriServ Financial is committed to keeping our customers and communities updated on our status regularly.
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Most Recent News
April 17, 2020Beginning Monday, April 20, 2020 - AmeriServ will comply with Governor Wolf's order that requires businesses to deny entry to customers who do not wear masks, "unless the business is providing medication, medical supplies, or food, in which case the business must provide alternative methods of pick-up or delivery of such goods".
Please understand that this applies to all customers who may have scheduled appointments with AmeriServ staff and/or any persons who may be entering our buildings for any reason.
Signs will be posted at entrances to our offices as a reminder of this directive. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we work to help protect our customers and staff.
March 20, 2020Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, all AmeriServ Bank lobbies will temporarily close. All AmeriServ Bank office drive-thru facilities will remain open and maintain normal business hours. For additional details, please read our latest email to customers.
We have also created a new Frequently Asked Questions page for your reference.
March 18, 2020NOTICE: If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, body aches, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, vomiting, or diarrhea) or have been exposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please use our drive-thru or mobile banking services.
The health and well-being of our customers, employees and community are vitally important to us. Our goal is to remain open at all AmeriServ locations. We have emphasized to our employees the importance of staying home if they are sick, have household members who are sick, or know they have been exposed to someone who has recently been experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
Thank you in advance for your support and consideration.
March 16, 2020Read the March 16, 2020 email sent to all customers
All branch drive-up windows are currently open normal business hours.
Customers needing to meet with a banker, open an account, apply for a loan, access a safe deposit box or for general assistance may contact us at 1-800-837-2265 to schedule an appointment.
SBA Paycheck Protection Program
For information about the SBA Paycheck Protection Program, please click here.
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10 Tips for Seniors
- Watch out for phishing scams. Phishing scams use fraudulent emails, texts, phone calls and websites to trick users into disclosing private account or login information. Do not click on links or open any attachments or pop-up screens from sources you are not familiar with, and NEVER give your password, account number or PIN to anyone.
- Ignore offers for a COVID-19 vaccine, cure or treatment. Any medical breakthrough will not be first reported through unsolicited emails or online ads.
- Rely on official sources for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19. Visit the websites from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and your state’s health department to keep track of the latest developments.
- Remember that the safest place for your money is in the bank. It’s physically secure and it’s federally insured. When you deposit your money at a bank, you get the comfort of knowing that your funds are secure and insured by the government. You don’t have the same level of protection when your money is outside the banking system.
- Do some research before making a donation. Be wary of any business, charity or individual requesting COVID- 19-related payments or donations in cash, by wire transfer, gift card or through the mail.
- Keep your computers and mobile devices up to date. Using the latest security software, web browser and operating system is the best defense against viruses, malware and other online threats. Turn on automatic updates so you receive the newest fixes as they become available.
- Recognize and avoid bogus website links. Cyber criminals embed malicious links to download malware onto devices or route users to bogus websites. Hover over suspicious links to view the actual URL where you will be routed. Fraudulent links are often disguised by simple changes in the URL. For example: www.ABC-Bank.com vs ABC_Bank.com.
- Change your security settings to enable multi-factor authentication for accounts that support it. Multifactor authentication—or MFA—is a second step to verify who you are, such as a text with a code.
- Before you make any investments, remember the high potential for fraud right now. You should be wary of any company claiming the ability to prevent, detect or cure coronavirus. For information on how to avoid investment fraud, visit the website of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
- Help others by reporting coronavirus scams. Visit the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at ic3.gov to report suspected or confirmed scams. You can also stay up-to-date on the latest scams by visiting the FTC’s coronavirus page at ftc.gov/coronavirus.