Thank you to each one of our valued customers for choosing to do your banking with us. Be assured that First State Bank's directors, officers, management team, and staff sincerely appreciate your loyal business and the relationship we share with you. Also, be assured that we stand ready to help you build your financial future by offering the very best and most modern banking services and products available in today's market place. As your community bank, not only are we your friends and neighbors providing you with personal service, but we are also dedicated bankers striving to serve the financial needs and responsibilities of our community.
|Welcome to First State Bank|
With today's numerous bank mergers and acquisitions, the one-on-one, personal banking relationships customers once enjoyed by local banking is becoming a thing of the past. Not so at First State Bank of Holly Springs. The customary personal attention and service of a friendly, community bank are very much a part of our culture and our future. This is because these values are firmly rooted in our past.
First State Bank was incorporated in Holly Springs in May, 1916 with $50,000 in capital. Today with branches in Holly Springs and Mt. Pleasant, capital is over $13 million and assets about $100 million.
With a solid asset base and a community-oriented organization committed to 1st rate service, First State Bank is leading our valued customers into the 21st century with the stability and technology of a progressive bank, yet with the time-honored values and traditions of a community bank.
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Online Banking Fraud Prevention Best Practices
There are many ways people may try to defraud you or get your personal information to try to use your identity illegally. Many of these scams are online based. First Start Bank will never ask customers to send personal or financial information by email. If you receive an email that you suspect is fraudulent, regardless of the alleged sender, DO NOT RESPOND to the email. Contact us immediately. Suspicious e-mail can also be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org and complaints should be filed with the State Attorney General’s Office or through the FTC at www.ftc.gov. Click here for tips on protecting yourself. If you have any questions or concerns please call us at 662-252-4211.