With Hometownbanc.bank, you now have the convenience of a bank that never closes. Do your banking at home, at the office, on vacation, or on the road. Hometownbanc.bank allows you to have access to all your accounts as if you were right here at the bank.
Online banking also offers the service of Hometown BillPay, which allows you to pay your bills online. Hometown BillPay is a worry-free way to save time by using a system with the most up-to-the-moment software and practices to safeguard your personal information.
VISA® Debit Card
Visa debit cards are more convenient than writing checks and better protected than carrying cash. In addition, debit cards can be used to withdraw funds from your checking or savings account at any of our ATM locations. Visa debit cards are also very handy when paying at any location that accepts Visa.
You can withdraw funds from your checking, savings, or money market accounts with an ATM card. This is a free service if you have an account with Union bank. However, if you use your card at a location not owned by Union Bank, you may be charged a fee.
Hometown Cash Connection (Telephone Banking)
Access your savings and checking account balances by calling toll free 1-888-988-6466 or 1-888-WV-UNION. Making loan payments, check lookup, and transferring funds between your savings and checking accounts are services offered through Hometown Cash Connection.
Save yourself a trip to the bank and the worry of having your check lost or stolen. Your paycheck, Social Security check or any other regular compensation can be automatically deposited directly into your checking or savings account.
Wealth Management & Trust Services
Union Bank is pleased to announce its relationship with SECURITY NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY (SNTC) of Wheeling, WV. Please contact your UNION BANK branch manager for further details or to schedule an appointment with an SNTC professional.
These services are not insured by the FDIC, are not deposits or other obligations of the institution and are not guaranteed by the institution, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal invested.