United Bank offers financial relief to customers impacted by government shutdown

United Bank has announced efforts to assist customers impacted by the partial government shutdown.

“As a community bank, we genuinely believe in helping our neighbors in times of need,” said President and CEO Michael Manica. “Our mission is to provide creative solutions to our customers’ financial needs and offer them the best in customer service.”

Relief Solutions:

  • Waived early withdrawal fees on CDs
  • Waived monthly consumer checking service charges
  • Refund of overdraft fees on consumer accounts
  • Payment extensions for consumer loans

Customers affected by the shutdown should call 616.559.7000 or visit one of our 12 local branches to discuss their financial wellness and solutions to fit their situation. Relief solutions will be available to qualifying government employees through the shutdown.

About United Bank

Founded in 1887, United Bank, though still closely held, has more than $600 million in assets. The bank operates 12 full service banking locations throughout West Michigan, a wealth management and insurance services division. A leading business lender, United Bank offers a comprehensive suite of personal and business banking products that blend cutting-edge technology with personalized hometown service.