Florida Community Bank reopens several sites after Hurricane Irma

Several banking centers of a Florida-based have reopened after Hurricane Irma impacted the state.


Several banking centers of a Florida-based have reopened after Hurricane Irma impacted the state.

Florida Community Bank (FCB) reopened several of its banking centers Sept. 12 in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Collier counties, as well as locations Central Florida and is providing full services to its individual and commercial customers.

“Our thoughts are with our FCB family, valued customers and communities affected by Hurricane Irma, as we work to ensure everyone made it safely through the storm,” FCB President and CEO Kent Ellert said in a statement. “We are committed to supporting Floridians and are doing everything possible to open our banking locations quickly, yet in a safe and sound manner.”

The bank said in addition to the centers being open, its main corporate offices are also open and that customer service lines remain open and able to help customers whose local banking centers are closed due to storm damage.


FCB customers also have full access to their online banking, ATMs and access to over 1,000 ATMs statewide such as Presto! at no charge.

For operational updates and location hours of operation, FCB customers can visit www.floridacommunitybank.com for more information.

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