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Important Changes at our Branches

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What You Need to Know

We are pleased to tell you that Rivermark’s branch lobbies have reopened. The health and safety of members and employees is our top priority and we have new standards in place to provide the safest experience possible.

An appointment is required for services that cannot be completed via Video Teller. Appointments are not necessary for basic deposit, withdrawal or cashier's check transactions.

Appointments can be made online or by phone. 

Please note that face coverings will be required, in accordance with Oregon’s Governor’s requirement for all indoor public spaces.

Branch Services:

Rivermark’s branches reopened on Friday, August 28. 

  • Tellers
    Beginning Friday, August 28, tellers will be available for walk-in service.
  • Branch Representatives
    Appointments will be required for services that cannot be completed by Video Teller.  Appointments can be made online or by phone. 
  • Video Tellers
    Our video teller kiosks remain available for walk-up and drive-thru service from 8 am to 8 pm Monday - Friday and 10 am to 6 pm on Saturdays.

Remote Services 

Remote access services are also available for your convenience:  

Branch Guidelines

  • Members who do not have a face-covering will be offered one to wear during their visit.

  • A limited number of visitors will be allowed in the lobby.

  • When arriving for your appointment, you may be asked to check in, then wait in your vehicle during peak times.

  • Please limit appointments to only those whose presence is necessary for the transaction; young children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

  • Employees will wear face masks and/or provide service from behind clear acrylic barriers.

  • Please help us maintain 6 feet of distance by respecting the designated floor indicators.

  • Common areas, such as coffee stations, restrooms and smaller conference rooms are closed.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available for members.

  • Surfaces within each branch will receive additional cleaning.

View service availability and guidelines for your preferred branch.

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Remote Banking Options

We encourage you to take advantage of the remote and digital banking options that are available. You can complete nearly all banking functions remotely, that you could do at a branch. Learn More.

Restructure Existing Loans

Inquire about the ability to defer monthly loan payments, change a due date, or consolidate debt to lower your interest rate and improve cash flow.

Paycheck Protection Program Forgiveness

For businesses with funded SBA PPP loans through Rivermark, we are now accepting forgiveness applications. Learn More.

Skip a Loan Payment

Skip a Payment is a convenient service we offer to allow you to save a payment on months when money is tight. Most consumer and business loans are eligible. 

Stimulus Check

Stimulus Checks: What You Need to Know

We have an overview of the Economic Impact Payment, also known as a Stimulus Check:

  • Who Gets a Check?
  • Do I need to do Anything to Receive a Check?
  • When Will I Receive My Check?
  • Stimulus Related Scams
Learn More
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Beware of Scammers

Scammers are capitalizing on the coronavirus outbreak by targeting businesses and consumers through various schemes.  Please remain as vigilant on the internet as you are washing your hands. 

Know that Rivermark will never call or text you seeking your personal information. Never offer account information by phone, text or messenger with anyone claiming to be a Rivermark employee. 

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Your Money is Safe at Rivermark

There is no Need to Carry Large Amounts of Cash

With full access to your money through digital technology, there is no reason for you to withdraw large amounts of cash; in fact, we’re hearing many merchants may prefer that you use a debit or credit card right now. If your cash is lost or stolen, it cannot be replaced, but your credit union can fix you up with new credit and debit cards if they are lost or stolen.

Federally Insured by NCUA

Rest assured that there is no safer place for your money than a federally insured credit union. Our deposits are federally insured by the NCUA, to at least $250,000.

Learn more about how to maximize share insurance.

Trusted Resources

Good information about the Coronavirus may be hard to find. We’ve done the research and offer the following links to trusted information.

We included some ideas for families that are stuck at home too!