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Frequently Asked Questions

 
 
October 25, 2014
Frequently Asked Questions

How soon are my funds available after deposit?

The Funds Availability Policy makes $200 of funds from your cash or check deposit available to you on the first business day after the day we receive your deposit.


What is an automatic payment and how do I make one?

An automatic payment is a debit or credit made through an electronic system. A business can automatically deduct a payment from your account, if they have the capability. To send an electronic payment you may use our Bill Pay Service through the Linn County State Bank Internet Banking.


What happens if I forget my online password?

Contact a personal banker to have your password reset.


How does a debit card differ from a credit card?

A debit card access funds in a checking account. A credit card borrows money that you pay back.


What if I lose my debit card?

If you lose your debit card, contact the bank right away.
Phone: (319) 435-2551 or (319) 447-2551


How do I stop payment on a check?

Contact a personal banker to stop payment on a check. An oral stop payment lasts for 2 weeks. A signed stop payment last for 6 months.


Which ATMs can I use without being charged a fee?

Linn County State Bank does not charge you for using a non-owned LCSB machines. LCSB belongs to the Shazam Privileged Status program, which means you are allowed to use these machines for free. Go to www.shazam.net for a listing of machines.


What type of overdraft protection does Linn County State Bank offer?

A checking account can have overdraft protection from another checking or savings account at Linn County State Bank or you may apply for a reserve loan that accrues interest daily on the amount outstanding.


Who should I notify if I plan to use my debit card abroad?

Linn County State Bank blocks all countries outside the US for ATM and Debit cards usage. Please contact a personal banker to have the specific countries unblocked if you plan on traveling or making purchases in a foreign country.





October 25, 2014





 
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