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Online Banking & Bill Pay

  • Free, secure, and easy-to-use service for Town and Country Bank customers
  • Manage a number of banking activities anytime, anywhere with internet access
  • Make more time for yourself; fewer bank trips necessary
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Mobile Banking with Mobile Deposit

  • Fast, free, and secure service for customers enrolled in online banking*
  • Easily keep track of your finances on the go
  • Available via any web-enabled cell phone or device
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  • Save paper and save the environment
  • Fast, free, and easy alternative to paper statements
  • Easier to retrieve info when needed
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Online Financial Management (OFM)

  • Plan your financial future with a central account management hub
  • Available for personal and business customers
  • Gather account information from multiple institutions
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Person-to-Person (P2P) Payments

  • Quickly and easily send money from your checking or savings account
  • Conveniently available within online banking and mobile banking
  • Send and receive money in a few easy steps
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Surcharge-Free ATMs

  • Easily access cash all across the country
  • Use one of over 25,000 MoneyPass ATMs
  • No surcharge fees
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Overdraft Protection

  • Standard overdraft practices apply to every Town and Country account
  • Overdraft protection plans available to avoid overdraft fees
  • Review our Overdraft Solutions Options to learn more
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Error, Information Request and Qualified Written Request

NOTICE: You may have certain rights under Federal Law related to resolving loan servicing errors and requesting information about your account. You may learn more about these rights by contacting our Solution Center at (866)770-3100. A written notice of potential loan servicing errors must be asserted to TCBMSI-Customer Relations Officer, 3601 Wabash Ave., Springfield, IL 62711, or emailed to [email protected]. The written notice is required to include the name of the borrower, account number, and description of the error believed to have occurred.