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Deposit Options

Personal
mobile deposit

 

MOBILE DEPOSIT

With mobile deposit, you can conveniently make deposits unto your accounts directly from your phone.

Make deposits into your eligible checking or savings account using the BOLC Mobile App

for supported Apple and Android phone devices.

Please contact our Main Branch at 433-1708 to activate your Mobile Deposit.

 

P2P

 

PERSON 2 PERSON PAY (P2P)

Have you ever needed to pay a friend back for lunch? Pay a daycare or lawn service
provider? For these reasons – and more – you can use Person-2-Person Pay to send
money without exchanging checks, cash or account numbers. P2P means sending
money directly from your checking account without the use of a third-party service.

To get started, you need a Bank of Lincoln County Checking
Account and Online Banking. Please contact the Main Office to
activate this service or visit a branch to open your account today.

 

Make The Switch Kit

Checking Account Brochure

Savings Account Brochure


For EClub Benefits Registration www.eclubonline.net

REQUIREMENTS TO OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT

Name
Date of Birth
Residential Street Address
Mailing Address if Different from Street Address
Contact Information
Primary Form of Identification (unexpired):

Examples of what we accept
  • State issued Drivers License
  • State Issued Photo ID
  • Valid United States Passport
  • Active Duty, Retiree or Reservist Military ID Card
  • Immigration and Naturalization Services

Secondary Form of Identification (unexpired):

Examples of what we accept
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Marriage Certificate / License
  • Employer Photo ID Card
  • Student ID Card
  • Health Insurance Card
  • Utility Bill showing Current Residence
  • Credit Card with Picture
  • Medicare Card
  • Voter Registration Card
  • Property Tax Bill
  • Pilots License

You must provide verification of Social Security Number (Social Security Card, Pay Stub, Tax Return, etc…)

Verification of address if different than address listed on Primary Form of Identification; this can be achieved by bringing in a recent utility bill or other piece of mail you receive at the mentioned address.