Coronavirus

At Cashmere Valley Bank, the health and safety of our customers and employees is a top priority. We have been closely following the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and are following the recommendations set forth by Local, State and Federal health organizations.

Effective at the close of business today, March 19, 2020, for the safety of our customers and employees our lobbies will be available by appointment only. Please call (509) 665-1070  or (800) 860-0845 to set up an appointment. Rest assured you will have access to your safe deposit boxes and we will be here to serve your cash needs.

All Cashmere Valley Bank drive ups are currently open and we have increased sanitation measures at all locations. We have strongly encouraged our staff to take extra precautions to prevent the spread of germs and other bacteria as recommended by the CDC (Center for Disease Control). These extra precautions include:

  • Encouraging employees to wash their hands frequently and keep a clean work space 
  • Nightly branch cleanings that are more thorough with an emphasis on disinfecting common areas and surfaces
  • Emphasizing that employees stay home if they are sick
  • Increased cleaning of ATM's and other common areas
  • Postponing large company gatherings
  • Giving employees the option to wear gloves when handling currency 

If possible, we suggest that our customers utilize our drive up windows, online, mobile and telephone banking resources. You can find more information on these products at the links below. 

We also offer ATMs at every Cashmere Valley Bank branch as well as a full service call center that can be reached at 509-665-1070.
 

Defending Against COVID-19 Cybersecurity Scams

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published a warning encouraging individuals to be on high alert for phishing, social engineering and disinformation campaigns relating to COVID-19. Taking the following precautions will help protect you from scams and cyber-attacks.

  • Use trusted sources such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC)—for up-to-date, fact-based information on COVID-19.
  • Be wary of unsolicited emails with links and attachments, even if they claim to be from a government agency or COVID-19 experts.
  • Ignore online offers and scam calls on reserving vaccinations. Trusted sources will release information regarding medical breakthroughs.
  • Do not reveal personal or financial information over email, and do not respond to email solicitations for this information.
  • Verify a charity’s authenticity before making donations. Do your own research. If you are unsure about a request through social media or a crowdfunding site, you can always go directly to a charity’s website and donate that way. Credit cards are the safest way to pay online - Never make donations via gift cards or wire transfers.
Please check this page periodically for updates as events unfold.