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Act now and make the switch before time runs out!

It's the Law:

Switch Your Federal Benefit Checks to Direct Deposit Today

Source: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service

Remember, you are required by law to switch to an electronic payment option by March 1, 2013.
Time is running out – make the switch today

Keep your money safe

Direct deposit is safer than paper checks. In fact, you are 125 times more likely to have a problem with a paper check than with an electronic payment. Even though direct deposit is safer, it’s important that you take steps to keep your money safe. The Treasury Department urges you to follow these three tips:

  • Be careful of anyone who calls, texts or emails you asking for personal information.
  • Do not give out your Social Security number or account information to anyone unless you are the one who has contacted them.
  • Watch your checking or savings account often to make sure that all account activity is yours.
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Attention Bank of Kentucky Customer:

As you know, on June 22, pending regulatory approval, The Bank of Kentucky will become a part of Branch Banking & Trust Company (BB&T). Before you enroll for online banking, please read the following important notice:

If you enroll in Online Banking with The Bank of Kentucky on or after May 14, you will need to re-enroll in Online Banking with BB&T after conversion.

On June 19, your online banking access with The Bank of Kentucky will be changed to a view only mode through July 20. To re-enroll with BB&T on or after June 22, please visit any one of our branch locations or go to www.bbt.com.

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