City Bank and Trust Company has served the banking needs of the Guymon area since 1901. All shareholders of the Bank have roots in Guymon. We continuously work to improve the services we provide to you, and we hope this web site will enhance your banking experience.
You can bank with us around the clock. Our staff gladly assists you during banking hours. You may also access our 24-hour telephone banking and online banking services to obtain detailed account information. Our ATM's are the only ATM's in town to take deposits and to return cash on deposits.
Please visit one of our locations to meet our friendly employees. We are happy to serve your banking needs: loans, deposit accounts, trust services, and brokerage services.
E. T. Guymon founded the Beaver County Bank on August 30, 1901. The name of the Bank later changed to City National Bank, and it changed again to the City National Bank and Trust Company in 1971 when the Bank added a trust department. In 1995, the Bank began providing investment products through Cetera Investment Services, LLC.* The Bank purchased its first branch in 2003. In August 2015, City National Bank & Trust Company became City Bank and Trust Company. The Board of Directors determined that changing from a federal charter to a state charter would better allow us to serve our customers’ needs going forward.
City Bank and Trust Company continues to evolve in order to provide superior and convenient services for our customers. We have two ATM locations in Guymon. We introduced telephone banking in the early 1990's and enhanced the system in 2003. In addition, we renovated our drive-in in early 2004. To make banking more convenient for our customers, we added online banking with bill pay and Saturday banking in the fall of 2004. In June 2011, we upgraded our online banking service. Moreover, many of our products allow our customers access to their funds from around the world.
The mission of City Bank and Trust Company involves providing high quality financial services to our community and promoting economic growth and stability within the community. In fulfilling this goal, we provide our customers superior financial products and services while serving our customers' financial needs as the most essential element in our mission. Moreover, we serve our responsibilities as a community bank and contribute human resources and leadership to help our community thrive.
If we can provide better service to you, please contact us. We appreciate your suggestions. However, if you have a specific question or comment concerning your accounts with us or any other confidential matter, you should not send confidential information to us via e-mail. You may instead address it with the bank by mail, by telephone, or in person.
Northridge Shopping Center & 4th and Quinn Streets
Although you are unlikely to encounter any safety issues while using an ATM, please read through the following precautions.
ATM and Debit Card Safety
Keep your personal identification number (PIN) a secret.
Treat your card like cash, and keep it in a safe place.
Never disclose information about your card in response to an unsolicited e-mail or telephone request. The Bank will never ask you for that information.
Be certain you use secure Internet shopping sites.
Protect your card's magnetic strip. Do not expose it to magnetic objects.
Report a lost or stolen card to the Bank immediately at 580-338-6561. After business hours, call 1-800-264-4274.
Walk-up ATM Safety
Observe your surroundings before approaching a walk-up ATM. If anyone or anything appears to be suspicious, cancel your transaction, and leave the area.
Minimize time spent at the ATM by having your card ready to use. Do not allow anyone to see how much money you withdraw, and never count your money at the ATM.
Never allow a stranger to assist you in conducting an ATM transaction, even if you have trouble or if your card is stuck.
Stand between the ATM and anyone waiting to use the terminal so that others cannot see your PIN or transaction amount.
Look for possible fraudulent devices attached to the ATM. If the ATM looks different or appears to have any alterations or attachments to the card slot or PIN pad, do not use it.
Drive-up ATM Safety
Keep the doors locked, windows up, and engine running while you wait in line.
Leave enough room between cars to allow for a quick exit if it becomes necessary.
Before lowering the window to use a drive-up ATM, observe the entire surrounding area. If anyone or anything appears to be suspicious, cancel your transaction, and drive away.
Minimize time spent at the ATM by having your card ready to use. Once your transaction is complete, take your money, card, and receipt, and drive away from the terminal.
If anyone follows you after you have completed your ATM transaction, go to a crowded, well-lit area, and call the police.
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