Timberline Bank will be closed on Monday, May 30th, in observance of Memorial Day. We hope you have a great holiday!
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Our commitment always has been, and always will be, to provide high quality, personalized customer service. To us, you're more than a number, and we have a personal interest in you and your family's financial well-being.
As a Timberline customer, you can expect:
At Timberline Bank it's not about products, it's about solutions. Our goal is to create solutions that work best for you, your family, and your business.
With the increasing use of online access, mobile devices, and social networking sites, it's important to know the ways in which you can protect yourself and your computer. Timberline Bank is happy to provide you with information that will keep you safe.
Your financial needs are unique. When you open an account or loan with us, a Banking Specialist is assigned to you. Your Specialist will take the time to get to know you, your family, and your business.
Timberline Bank is a preferred lender with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and can customize terms based on your business needs.
It's easy to switch your accounts to Timberline Bank. Let us help you with our SwitchKit.
With Timberline Bank's free online banking, you can securely bank anytime and anywhere that you have internet access. Use a computer, smart phone, or tablet to check your balance, transfer money, and pay bills on the go. Online Banking Security Tips
Report lost, found, or stolen cards, as well as any suspicious mail, email, or phone calls immediately to Timberline Bank at 970-920-0112 or 800-472-3272 after business hours.
Your phone rings. You recognize the number, but when you pick up, it’s someone else. What’s the deal?
Scammers are using fake caller ID information to trick you into thinking they are someone local, someone you trust – like a government agency or police department, or a company you do business with – like your bank or cable provider. The practice is called caller ID spoofing, and scammers don’t care whose phone number they use.
Don’t rely on caller ID to verify who’s calling. It can be nearly impossible to tell whether the caller ID information is real.
Contributed by Andrew Johnson of the FTC