As we all continue to navigate the current situation, the safety and health of our clients remains the highest priority for us at Wrentham Cooperative Bank.
For more information on COVID-19 and how to keep you and your loved ones safe, please visit the Center for Disease Control’s website or Massachusetts Department of Public Health Guidance and Directives
Protocols and Measures
Last updated 1/2/2022
Appointment-Only Lobby Access, Starting January 3
Due to the rapid rise in Covid-19 cases and and for the health and safety of our customers and staff, we are temporarily requiring appointments to access our branch lobbies beginning Monday, January 3. We will continue to provide routine banking services via drive-up tellers and ATMs during our normal banking hours.
Our drive-up teller hours are:
Branch Office (located across from the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets)
We encourage our customers to limit their in-person visits to any services that cannot be done at our drive-up windows, via online or mobile banking, telephone banking, or via ATM.
Please call our Main Office at 508-384-6101 or our Branch Office at 508-384-4098 to schedule an appointment. We are committed to keeping both our customers and our employees safe during this time. We appreciate your patience, flexibility and understanding during this time.
Thank you for choosing Wrentham Cooperative Bank.
To keep our employees and customers safe, we have the following protocols and measures in place:
If you’re still hesitant about visiting us in person, we also offer a variety of online services which allow you to take care of all of your banking needs in the safety of your home:
To apply for a Loan, please call 508-384-4030
We understand that COVID-19 may cause financial difficulty for some of our customers. Wrentham Cooperative Bank is here to help; we encourage customers who may be personally impacted by COVID-19 and need our support, to contact us at 508-384-6101 to discuss access to credit or collection forbearance.
Be Aware of Scammers
Be vigilant! Fraudsters often take advantage of events such as these. Below is a link to the Federal Trade Commission’s site with specific coronavirus-related scam information.
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