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Security Federal Bank is dedicated to the health and safety of our customers and our employees.

As a precautionary step, we feel it necessary to temporarily close our lobbies and reduce our 7 Day Banking hours beginning Wednesday, March 18. Our drive-thrus will remain OPEN.  Our team members are available to provide you with banking services by phone or by appointment for a limited number of services. Team members at branches without drive-thrus (Graniteville, Ridge Spring and Laurens Street) will also be available by appointment.

Appointments* in the branch are available to access your safe deposit boxes, for change orders, to complete loan documents, to apply for a loan or for complex transactions.   Please call 803-641-3000 or 1-866-851-3000 to schedule an appointment with a banker. 

Other Contact Numbers for appointments*:

Mortgage – Contact a local originator

Insurance – Call 803-641-3000 to connect with an insurance agent

Trust – Call 803-641-3000 to connect with a trust officer

Temporary 7 Day Banking Drive-thru hours (Lexington, SC, South Side Aiken and Evans, GA):
Monday - Thursday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Friday: 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM - 1:00PM

We are taking these steps to reduce the risk of exposure to our customers and employees and to reduce the movement of our staff between branches to cover 7 day banking hours.  A key CDC directive to diminish coronavirus exposure is social distancing--Limiting lobby access and reducing hours at our 7 day branches will help us fight the spread of the coronavirus and allow us to serve our customers without interruption for the long haul.

As always, we are available by phone or by email and you can access your account information 24 hours a day through our online/mobile banking platform and ATM networks.  You also reach out to us through our website at www.securityfederalbank.com.

 Ongoing Precautionary Efforts:

  • All branches received antibacterial cleaning kits and are wiping down surfaces on an hourly basis. 
  • All employee meetings are being held remotely and travel between branches has been suspended.
  • Security Federal Bank has a Pandemic Committee in place and is monitoring the situation daily. We will adjust our response plan and actions as necessary.

*In accordance with CDC guidelines, we are asking that anyone who is experiencing a fever or respiratory illness, or those that have recently traveled to CDC Level 2 or 3 countries postpone their visit to any Security Federal Bank locations for the appropriate amount of time.

 

Sincerely,
 
 
Chris Verenes, CEO
 
Phil Wahl, President