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Debit Card Restrictions

March 13, 2014 | Return to the CNB Homepage

The states currently being restricted for signature-based ATM/Debit Card transactions (not PIN-based transactions) are New York, New Jersey, California and Georgia (both PIN-based & signature-based transactions are restricted in California). We will continue to monitor activity and make updates as necessary.  Internationally, all countries – with the... » Read more

Ziemba Joins CNB Advisory Board

November 25, 2013 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Craig S. Connor, President & CEO of County National Bank, recently announced that Steven J. Ziemba has joined the CNB Jackson Advisory Board.  The CNB Jackson Advisory Board is made up of local business people.  They help promote the bank’s new business development efforts, provide a... » Read more

CNB Partners with Area Schools

November 15, 2013 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Recently, CNB Branch Managers paid a visit to area classrooms to play "Survivor Island" with students.  This program was created to teach students about budgeting and the difference between wants and needs.  The kids really enjoyed the "Survivor Island" theme of the lesson, while learning... » Read more

Dunigan Named to CNB Board

October 03, 2013 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Craig S. Connor, President & CEO of County National Bank, announced that Joseph B. Dunigan was recently named to the Board of Directors of CNB Community Bancorp, Inc. and County National Bank, and was also named to the CNB Jackson Advisory Board. Mr. Dunigan has been the President of Dunigan... » Read more

Get Smart about Credit

September 19, 2013 | Return to the CNB Homepage

The Get Smart about Credit program, sponsored by the American Bankers Association, is a national campaign of volunteer bankers who work with young people to raise awareness about the importance of using credit wisely.  This year, Get Smart about Credit is celebrated on October 17th.  Many bankers will... » Read more

Online Banking Password Change

July 11, 2013 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Good news! We will no longer be asking you to change your CNB online banking password every 90 days. Beginning immediately, you will need to change your password on an annual basis. Your online banking security remains a priority; however, based on feedback, changing passwords every 90 days may have been inconvenient.... » Read more

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