COVID-19 Response and Resources

At Equitable, we’re prepared to keep on banking so you can too!

In order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, Equitable Bank is suggesting the following precautions to protect our customers, employees and the general public. By doing so, these measures will enable you to continue with your banking as usual, while maintaining a safe environment for all.

Lobbies are closed

We have closed the lobbies of all Equitable branches in Grand Island, Omaha and North Platte, effective Thursday, March 19.

Please rest assured that all customers will continue to have full access to their accounts via Online Banking and our Mobile Banking App. In addition, our drive-through locations will continue to operate during their normal hours.

 

Online banking offers powerful features

With Internet Banking or our Mobile Banking App, you can perform many banking functions safely and simply 24 hours a day via your smartphone or computer. With just a few clicks, you can:

  • Check your account balance
  • Send and receive money
  • Pay bills
  • Transfer funds
  • Deposit checks

Not signed up for online banking? Sign up today by calling one of our personal bankers at 800-641-5046. Or download our app at the Apple App Store or Google Play.

ATMs available 24/7 or try EquiDirect Teller

You can always get cash or check balances anytime at any Equitable ATM. Our Grand Island and Omaha branches offer even more drive-up services with EquiDirect Teller. Just touch the screen to speak to a live teller via video and:

  • Deposit or withdraw cash in any denomination
  • Cash or deposit checks in real time
  • Receive exact change
  • Transfer funds to different accounts
  • Make loan or credit card payments

Resources for Small Businesses

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans offer low interest rates and long-term repayment options.  Specific terms are determined on a case-by-case basis.

Small businesses and private nonprofit organizations of any size can apply for an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan at disasterloan.sba.gov/ela.  Applicants may also call SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955 or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) has teammates available to assist businesses with their questions.  Contact information for DED’s regional development team can be found on DED’s COVID-19 website at opportunity.nebraska.gov/nded-covid19.

Click here if you need to send us information securely.  If you haven’t used our secure email before, click “Register” to set up an account.  Please use secure email to send us any personally identifiable information (like loan or account numbers, social security numbers, tax returns, applications, loan documents…).

View Paycheck Protection Plan information.

View SBA Disaster Loan Information.

Got questions? We’re here for you
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Call us toll free at 800-641-5046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.