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Careers at State Bank of Whittington

State Bank of Whittington is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all State and Federal non-discrimination laws. Please feel free to print out the application or stop by one of our convenient locations and request an application or drop off your resume. Thank you for your interest in the State Bank of Whittington.

ATM Locations

Our ATMs are located in the drive-thru at the following branches: Benton, Christopher and Sesser. A free-standing ATM is located on East Washington Street in Benton, IL next to the State Bank of Whittington Administration Building.

FDIC Coverage

As of January 1, 2013 all of a depositor’s accounts at an insured depository institution, including all noninterest-bearing transaction accounts (including an Interest on Lawyer Trust Account), will be insured by the FDIC up to the standard maximum deposit insurance amount ($250,000), for each deposit insurance ownership category.

Bauer Five-Star Rating

State Bank of Whittington is proud to be a five-star accredited banking institution through Bauer Financial. Ranking is based on many factors, including: level of strength and performance. Learn more about the Bauer Financial ranking system and why we're so proud to be on the forefront of nationwide financial institutions!

 

Avoid Spoofing Scams

Phone scammers often disguise their identity by using illegal spoofing techniques to send false information to your caller ID. To trick you into answering, they may use local area codes and numbers that look familiar. They may impersonate a compny you do business with. Here are some good ways to avoid being spoofed: Don't answer calls from unknown numbers., If you do answer and it is not who you expected, hang up., If a caller asks you to hit a button to stop future calls, just hang up., Never assume an unexpected call is legitimate. Hang up and call back using a number from your statement, bill or from an official website., Don't give out any personal information such as account numbers, passwords or Social Security numbers., Use extreme caution if you feel you are being pressured for immediate payment. Ask your phone company about call blocking tools for your landline or apps for mobile devices. Report spoofing scams to law enforcement, the FCC and the FTC.