Bank News

Use your Huron Valley State Bank Mastercard® For a Chance to be Surprised

/ Categories: Press Releases

Huron Valley State Bank is pleased to announce a program through Mastercard®. By using your Huron Valley State Bank Mastercard® from 11/7/2017 through 5/4/2018, and spending $10 or more you could be surprised with an incredible getaway or a statement credit. All purchases must be signature based transactions to be eligible.  Just by using your card and spending $10 you are automatically entered into the program.

Huron Valley State Bank Announces the Partnership with Country Oaks Elementary School

Huron Valley State Bank is pleased to announce the partnership with Country Oaks Elementary School for the “Bank at School” program. The bank opened for business on Friday, December 1st after a ceremonial Ribbon Cutting at 9:15 am, and will operate the first Friday of the month.  This is the fourth elementary school partnership for Huron Valley State Bank. 

Welcome to the New HVSB.com Website

Redesigned from the ground up to serve you better

We’re excited to announce that Huron Valley State Bank has “upped our game” on the web and is pleased to introduce you to our brand-new website. We’ve spent a good amount of time thinking about what our customers and the communities we serve want from a bank website. Below are a few of the key areas that we think are worth mentioning, but by all means feel free to spend some time looking around to find your favorite part.

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Provided Four Thanksgiving Food Baskets to Local Families

Employees at Huron Valley State Bank donated items to fill large Thanksgiving baskets with all the fixings for four families in the community.  In early November, the bank kicked off its annual food drive collecting canned, non-perishable food items, fresh potatoes, and pumpkin pies at both of its branches and loan center. The Bank topped off each food basket by providing a voucher to purchase a turkey at The Village Butcher.  

Fraud Prevention Tips Over the Holidays

/ Categories: Financial Literacy

The holidays are a time of good will and gift giving, but they are also an active season for fraud and identity theft.  One of the most common forms of identity theft is fraudsters stealing debit and credit card information. Unfortunately, many people do not even know they have been defrauded until they are called by their financial institutions, thus these scammers have a lot of time to get away with the act.

12345678

Search Articles