Darren Doyle, story and photos:
A good crowd attended the annual Chamber of Commerce Spring Breakfast this morning at the Edmonson County Public Library. Today's event was sponsored by Bank of Edmonson County and they presented their new mobile app to those in attendance.
Some of the highlights of the app feature: bank card maintenance (disabling and enabling cards if they are lost or stolen), mobile alerts for your account changes, scheduled bill pay, and much more.
One of the most convenient features is photo check deposits, which allow the customer to take a photo of a check for deposit and the deposit can be made through the app without the need to actually take the check to the bank.
The app also allows the customer to transfer money from one account to another and you can always check your account balances and loan amounts. You can also use your thumbprint to sign into your account on certain devices.
Michelle Coleman, Bank CEO and Patrick Merritt, Technology Officer, showed all the features of the app in a short presentation and even offered to sign up new bank customers after the breakfast, for which several took advantage.
Bank of Edmonson County customers already using their online banking feature only need to download the app and follow the easy instructions. You'll need to be an online banking customer before you can take advantage of the free app. Visit bankofedmonson.com for more info on becoming an online user.
Bank of Edmonson County handed out several promotional items and furnished the breakfast which featured donuts from Walden's, sausage and bacon biscuits, and an assortment of fruit.
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