Yes, please contact a customer service representative for assistance.
Yes, we offer safe deposit boxes at each of our branch locations.
Bank of Lexington is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). As a depositor at our bank, you are insured based on account and ownership type. The standard deposit insurance amount is $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each account ownership category. Additional information can be found at FDIC GOV RESOURCES.
Transactions accepted by close of business on any business day will be credited the next business day. Transactions conducted on non-business days (Saturdays, Sundays or federal holidays) will be processed the next business day. Domestic Outgoing Wire requests received after 4:00 p.m. (ET) and/or International Outgoing Wire requests received after 3:00 p.m. (ET) will be processed the next business day.
Customers may draw from their Home Equity Line of Credit in online banking via the “Transfer” option. Any other draw requests should be made by contacting your loan officer directly for assistance.
Yes, Bank of Lexington provides notary services for customers only at each of our branch locations. It is recommended that you call ahead for availability.
While we specialize in traditional mortgage products, Bank of Lexington also offers more unique products, such as bridge and construction loans, to better fit the diverse needs of our customers.
The following are just a few of the loan products offered by Bank of Lexington:
Please contact Bank of Lexington and speak with a member of our knowledgeable lending staff to find out how we can provide you with the loan product that best fits your needs.
You should sign your check with the following endorsement:
For BOL Mobile Deposit
You may not use the service to deposit items totaling more than $1,000 in any business day or more than $5,000 in any month. Any items presented in excess of the limits may be returned at our discretion.
Deposited items may be rejected for improper endorsements or other reasons. If your mobile deposit has been rejected, contact the bank for further information.
To set up your account(s) to receive paperless statements, just follow the easy steps below:
Zelle® is a fast, safe and easy way to send money directly between almost any bank accounts in the U.S., typically within minutes 1. With just an email address or U.S. mobile phone number, you can send money to people you know and trust, regardless of where they bank in the U.S. Ask your recipient to enroll with Zelle® before you send them money – this will help them get your payment more quickly.
Outgoing Zelle transactions are limited as follows:
The bank reserves the right to monitor, reduce limits and restrict access as needed. Contact the bank if you have questions or issues with your limits.
You can sign up for online banking by stopping into one of our branch locations and filling out an application. Once the application is complete, you will be supplied with your login credentials and other helpful information for mobile banking and online services. Access set up can take up to 24 hours for completion.
Deposits can be made with MoBOL Deposit at any time. If your deposit is approved by Bank of Lexington before our 5:00 p.m. ET daily cutoff time, your deposit will post to your account the next business day. However, Bank of Lexington reserves the right to delay funds availability of items deposited through MoBOL Deposit if further review of deposit is needed.
Checking, savings or money market accounts are eligible for the mobile deposits. Account must be active and open for at least 30 days. Contact the bank for more information.
Payments can be made to your loan through online banking via transfer from an existing Bank of Lexington account.
Autobooks is a tool for business customers that allows you to send invoices, accept payments and keep track of customers from inside online banking.
Autobooks is a complete set of financial tools inside of online banking. Run your business from one place, without the need to pay for other software. Work smart and have more time to do what you love.
With Autobooks, you can:
ATM transactions using your Bank of Lexington debit card are free at any of our branch locations, as well as at our affiliate bank branch locations (First State Bank, Meade County Bank, Bank of Clarkson, West Point Bank, American Bank & Trust and River City Bank).
To find thousands of additional surcharge-free ATMs across the US, use this ATM locator to search for your location.
Deposits made at an ATM that is owned and operated by Bank of Lexington before 3:00 p.m. ET on a business day in which we are open will be considered made that day. Deposits made after 3:00 p.m. ET on a non-business day (Saturdays, Sundays or Federal holidays) will be considered made on the next business day.
Recurring payments take place when you authorize a merchant to charge you repeatedly for goods or services, generally on a pre-arranged schedule. Recurring payments are often used for gym memberships, utility bills, video streaming services and subscription box services. When you initially enter your card information with one of these providers, you will provide your full debit card information, agree to terms and conditions, and the payment structure. Once that business has your card information on file, and you have authorized them per their terms and conditions, future payments to that company are likely to process and appear on your bank statement as a “recurring” transaction.
Please note that sometimes even if a transaction says “recurring” in the description, this may not mean it will come out weekly, monthly, etc. This “recurring” designation is used by businesses when they process transactions so that they can save and submit future transactions for that card, without you having to re-enter your CVV code (the three-digit code on the back of your card) each time. For example, if you have downloaded and authorized an app for in-app purchases, these transactions may process and appear as “recurring” on your statement because your card is on file. You can review the merchant’s terms and conditions for further information.