- uploaded: Feb 4, 2014
- Hits: 448
BANK OF OKLAHOMA SENDS OUT BANK DRILL WARNING
(IN CASE THEY DELETE IT THE FULL TEXT IS BELOW)
Recent natural disasters such as the Moore tornado, flooding in Colorado, and Hurricane Sandy have demonstrated to all of us in the banking industry the need to be prepared for unforeseen events. Accordingly, Bank of Oklahoma will be performing a disaster preparedness drill that may impact the availability of some banking systems, including mobile banking, online banking, and more.
The drill will begin at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time on Saturday, February 15 and run throughout Sunday, February 16. Our ATM network will be fully operational all weekend for deposits, balance inquiries, and cash withdrawals. ExpressBank will also be available, but will have limited functionality and will likely experience higher than normal call volumes and extended wait times over the course of the weekend.
To minimize impact to you the weekend of the drill, consider making any transfers, deposits, or online bill payments earlier in the week before the drill begins.
Throughout the drill, we will be posting updates on Facebook and Twitter and encourage you to follow us there to stay informed and up-to-date.
This drill is part of our ongoing disaster preparedness efforts to make sure that Bank of Oklahoma is ready to face the worst of what nature has to offer. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, and we appreciate your business. If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact our ExpressBank at (800) 234-6181.