Due to ongoing concerns about the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) within our community, we want to reach out and share ways we are here to serve you. At Dundee Bank, the health and well-being of our customers, employees and the community is our top priority.
We kindly ask you to use the drive-thru at each branch location where we can assist you from both lanes. The first lane includes a night drop and the second lane includes an ATM for your convenience. Please call us at (402) 504-4000 to schedule an in-branch appointment.
Below are more ways you can easily access your accounts:
Our ATMs are available 24/7 to make inquiries, withdrawal cash, and make cash deposits.
You can reach us via phone at 402-504-4000. We are here to help you. If you have any questions or concerns about how your accounts or finances may be impacted, please call us.
We are taking extra precautions at each of our branches. We are cleaning throughout the day with a focus on high traffic areas. We are practicing healthy habits and ensuring our employees and customers have access to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer.
Please be aware of scams associated with COVID-19. Watch for suspicious emails and text messages. Scammers may pose as a medical company, charity, or government, to obtain sensitive data from you. Visit the Federal Trade Commission site to learn more.
We continue to monitor this situation. Additional measures may be added as needs arise to support our customers and the community. We will continue to provide updates on this page.
Thank you for supporting your local bank.
Like you, our local businesses have been greatly affected by the current situation. On behalf of these businesses we ask you to donate to these funds if you are able. The funds set up for both Dundee and Blackstone will provide assistance to the local businesses and employees. Please join the bank in donating. Your community will thank you.
Additional Information for the Community
- Employers can apply for this program.
- For those still working but limited hours during the pandemic period.
- The Short-Time Compensation program allows employers to uniformly reduce affected employees’ hours by 10 to 60 percent while permitting the employees to receive a prorated unemployment benefit.
For those who are not able to work and not receiving a paycheck during the pandemic period. (If you are working from home or using sick or vacation leave then this does not apply to you)
Under the executive order signed by Governor Ricketts starting March 22 through May 2 the following will be in place for unemployment insurance:
- The waiting week for benefits has been waived
- Benefits will begin immediately and not with the usual first week unpaid.
- The work search requirements will be waived
- Individuals will not have to apply to jobs in order to receive benefits. It will be assumed that they will be able to return to their jobs after the crisis is over.
- Benefits will not be charged against individual employers accounts.
- Money will be paid out of the general trust fund as the job losses are not the fault of individual employers.
- Nebraska’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund is well funded and is expected to handle the increased number of applications.
Other Important Considerations:
There are expected to be long wait times when calling the Department of Labor due to increased demand. If you cannot get through, it is best to leave a call back number and you will be called back .
Currently these programs do not apply to contractors or self employed individuals as they do not participate in the unemployment system. There may be coming Federal action to help these individuals. Please contact your Federal representatives.
U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus
Small business owners in all U.S. states and territories are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Details on if your business qualifies and how to apply are found on the SBA link above.