For answers to questions we’re asked frequently, select one of the following Q&A categories:
Q: Are Wilson Bank & Trust deposit accounts FDIC insured?
A: Yes, each individual customer is insured by the FDIC. For more information,
call (615) 443-6651 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Q: How do I set up Direct Deposit for my payroll check?
A: If your employer participates in a direct deposit program, simply provide Wilson Bank & Trust's routing and transit numbers and your account number to the human resources or payroll department at your company.
Q: Can I get information about my accounts by Internet and phone?
A: Yes. Our Telephone Banker service is available at (615) 449-8353, and Bank@Home users can access account information online. Information on any of your accounts is also available during business hours at any of our neighborhood offices.
Q: Can I apply for any accounts online?
Q: How often is my account information updated online?
A: All customer information is updated nightly on our Telephone Banker and Bank@Home systems, and we can also update your records when you contact us directly.
Q: How long does it take to set up a new payee in the online bill payment system?
A: Once the payee is entered, it takes two business days to set up the payee to receive payments.
Q: Can I still enter a bill payment to the new payee even though the two days are not up?
A: You can make a payment to the new payee immediately, but the payment will not actually be made until setup is complete.
Q: When I make an online bill payment, how long does it take for the money to come out of my account?
A: Payments are deducted within 1-3 business days.
Q: Do debit holds appear on my Bank@Home account the way other purchases do?
A: Yes, debit holds are included on your list of transactions in Bank@Home. They are often applied when a merchant must authorize a payment without knowing the final purchase amount. When the actual payment is posted, the purchase amount replaces the hold in your Bank@Home transactions. To learn more about debit holds, visit our check card debit holds info page.
Q: Will other people be able to see my account information through Bank@Home?
A: Your account information is just as secure on our Bank@Home system as it is at the bank itself. We have taken every step possible to be sure that our system meets the latest security standards, including using the latest security encryption methods and software.
Q: How secure are the bank’s online applications?
A: The information you submit in an online application with our bank is as secure as your Bank@Home transactions. Your entire session, from beginning to end, is encrypted. Our system supports 128-bit encryption, so you can also use the latest browser that supports this security level. In fact, the highest encryption Netscape and Microsoft browsers support is 128-bit, so you will be using the highest bit encryption currently available if you use a 128-bit encryption capable browser.