Customer Alert!
Voice Phishing Scam - We have been notified that some customers have received automated calls claiming to be affiliated with Security Bank and Trust Company. If you receive this type of call, do not respond. Security Bank and Trust Company will never make these types of calls asking for your personal information.


On Monday, April 9, Access Manager, Business Online, and Retail Online will no longer run on TLS 1.0 and 1.1. Users need to follow these steps to ensure access by enabling version 1.2

How to Enable Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2
1. From your internet browser, select Tools, then Internet Options.
2. Click the Advanced Tab, and scroll down to Security section
3. Ensure TLS 1.2 is checked, if not check TLS 1.2 and select, Apply, OK.
4. Do not uncheck TLS 1.0 and 1.1.  




Telephone Banking: 1-800-730-9499 | Contact us: 731-885-1010

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Telephone Banking - Hotline

Access your account from anywhere by calling 1-800-730-9499.

With our “Customer Hot Line”, you can access information on your checking, savings, and loans, certificates of deposits and IRA’s at your convenience.  All you need is your account number and your personal identification number (PIN).  Using a touchtone phone, call Reelfoot Bank,  A Division of Security Bank and Trust, (731) 885-9499 inside Obion County or 1-800-730-9499 (outside Obion County), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will hear the Main Menu of general services.  You may listen to the entire menu and choose the desired service by pressing the appropriate button.  The “Customer Hot Line” allows you to transfer funds between your checking and savings accounts, or to make loan payments.

For faster service, you can press the button for the service you want anytime during the message.


It’s important that we give you a few hints and explanations before you call the “Customer Hot Line”.

• The system operates using a Touch Tone Phone.
• You can find your Checking Account Number on your last statement and at the bottom of your checks.
(It’s the number in the center of your checks.)
• Your Loan Account Number is on your last loan account statement
• Personal Identification Number (PIN)

Your first call to the “Customer Hot Line” will require that you enter the last four digits of your social security number.  This must be the number of the first name (primary) on the account.  Immediately after entering this number you will be prompted to enter a permanent PIN number followed by verification of the number.

Be sure and enter a number that is not easily associated with you.

If later you forget your PIN, speak with a  representative.

If you need any further assistance, please contact us.

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