Banking fellow Texans for 108 years, we are honored and stand ready to serve you, your family, and business during these challenging times.
As we continue navigating the rapidly evolving coronavirus through the lens of People First, our top priority remains the safety and well-being of our colleagues, clients, and communities we serve. Accordingly, we will continue to do our part to mitigate the risk associated with the virus while serving you, our client, with online and mobile banking, curbside banking, full-service drive-thrus, ATMs, and lobby hours (by appointment only) in most locations. To see the status of your local branch, click here.
Additionally, we are monitoring the specific provisions and opportunities from the CARES Act, having offered Round One PPP loans, Main Street Lending Program Loans and currently offering Round Two Paycheck Protection Program First and Second Draw Loans (while available). If you qualify and have yet to apply for one, visit our PPP Resource Center or contact your loan officer for assistance. We are also here to help you navigate Round One PPP Forgiveness and have created this Forgiveness Resource Page where you can get started.
On behalf of the Vista family, thank you for your business, and may God bless you and your family.
John D. Steinmetz
President & CEO
As we do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we have proactively taken appropriate measures to practice social distancing, protecting our team members, clients and communities.
From heightened hygiene and daily cleaning practices, to implementing plexiglass screens and social distancing in lobbies by appointment only, helping clients navigate our all-new digital experience/online & mobile banking platforms and offering full-service drive-thru and curbside banking, we are here to help you Bank With Confidence.
For your added safety and convenience, we stepped up our drive-thru services to provide the same great assistance you have come to expect from Vista Bank lobbies.
Below are a few of the drive-thru services we can provide. Click here to see if your branch offers full service drive-thru banking.
Account Inquiry, (also available with online banking and over the phone 1-877-491-2265)
Cash or Check Deposits, (or you can use remote deposit capture)
Safe Deposit Box Access
In order to serve you better, in many locations you will soon note the addition of curbside banking. You can utilize this service to pick up debit cards, make a wire transfer, request a notary and more.
If you require cash services, you will still need to use the drive-thru.
To utilize curbside banking, please pull into one of the designated parking spots, call the provided number on the sign, and a Vista banker will come to the car to help you.
Times like this bring out the very best in people. Unfortunately they also bring out bad individuals, looking to take advantage of others. With emotional and digital vulnerabilities, fraud and hacking is on the rise.
To help make sure the next virus doesn't strike online, our experts recommend everyone refrain from clicking on unsolicited coronavirus related attachments or hyperlinks from unknown/untrusted/unverified email sources, and be especially wary of appeals for help through social media, text messages, or phone calls related to the pandemic.
Vista Bank will NEVER ask for your username, passwords, PINs, or personal account information through unsolicited emails, phone calls, text messages, or pop-up windows. If you receive an unsolicited request for this information please call or visit your local branch or our centralized customer service number at 877.888.4782.
In light of recent developments related to the coronavirus, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is reminding Americans that FDIC-insured banks remain the safest place to keep their money. The FDIC is also warning consumers of recent scams where imposters are pretending to be agency representatives to perpetrate fraudulent schemes. Read full press release here.
Rest assured our Bank's Pandemic Readiness Committee is monitoring daily updates from the CDC, FDIC, SBA and other credible industry sources. We will keep you updated in real time here as well as through email, and social media on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin and Twitter.
*This is the best and most accurate information we have garnered as of the day posted.