is Skowhegan Savings' answer to helping with your banking needs,
24 hours a day, 7 days a
week. You can access account information, make loan payments,
transfer funds between accounts as well as obtain product and
rate information. Telephone Banking brings more convenience to
your busy life. A Personal Identification Number (PIN) is required.
Other Useful Information:
What is the number to dial for Telephone Banking?
is the number to access Telephone Banking. You must be
enrolled and have a Personal Identification Number to access
do I enroll?
Visit one of our convenient branch locations or call us at 800.303.9511 to enroll for Telephone Banking. A Personal
Identification Number (PIN) is required to obtain account
information, however you can listen to rate and product information
as well as branch and ATM locations without a PIN.
there a fee?
Telephone Banking is free for all customers.
does current history include?
All credit and debit transactions posted to your account
in the last 90 days will be available. If your account has
current day pending transactions, you will be offered
an option to hear them.
Can I stop payment on a check?
You may request stop payments on checks that
have not cleared your account. Fees may apply.
How do I transfer funds?
Transfers and loan payments can be made between
your accounts at Skowhegan Savings.
What does “My account
is restricted due
to inactivity" mean?
Not accessing this service for 90 days or more will deactivate
your Telephone Banking access. Simply contact customer
service to be re-activated.
What does “This account has been
locked due to too many invalid
access attempts" mean?
When accessing your account, if you have entered the
wrong account number or PIN number three times or more,
your access will be restricted. Simply contact customer service
to be unlocked.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding Skowhegan Savings Electronic Banking services, please contact us at 800.303.9511, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., E.S.T.