COVID-19 / Coronavirus Updates For Your P&C Bank Accounts

For the latest updates and more information about COVID-19/Coronavirus please visit the CDC website.


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OUR LOBBY IS NOW OPEN!

Updated Monday, July 13, 2020

Please note that you will be required to wear a mask while in our lobby and maintain the recommended 6-foot social distancing. Additionally, please continue to practice the preventive measures prescribed by healthcare officials. Thank you. We can’t wait to see you!

Lobby Hours: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Monday-Friday)
Drive-Thru Hours: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (Monday-Thursday); 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Friday)


Money Mule Scams

Money Mule Scams Information - Scammers send you a check and tell you to send some of the money to someone else. When you later find out the check was bad, you could be stuck covering the entire amount of the check, including what you sent, which may overdraw your account. Never use your own bank account or open one in your name to transfer money for an employer. Never pay to collect a prize or move any money out of your winnings
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In this unprecedented time, the activities of fraudsters and scams is extremely elevated. We want to educate you on the dangers of “Money Mule Scams”, detailed in the graphic below.

Specific to COVID-19, these impostor scams may involve fraudsters posing as officials or representatives from the IRS, the CDC, the World Health Organization or other healthcare or nonprofit groups and academic institutions. Such scams often seek to coerce victims to provide personal information or send payment in order to receive coronavirus-related government benefits, or to share information as part of contact tracing efforts.

We urge you to stay vigilant and protect your personal information. For additional information, please contact Planters & Citizens Bank at (229) 336-5271


Did you know?

While our lobby remains closed, here is a list of ways you can conduct your banking activities with us while complying with social distancing recommendations:

  • Safely and securely access your accounts online 24/7 via pcbank.net. If you aren’t already enrolled in online banking, you can quickly do so on our website.
  • Don’t have a computer? No problem. Download our Mobile Banking App (available from your favorite app store) to view your account information using your cellphone or tablet.
  • Remotely deposit checks to your account via our Mobile Remote Deposit function in the mobile banking app.
  • Email us at info@pcbank.net or start a conversation with us securely inside your online banking session.
  • Utilize our iTalk phone banking system by calling 229‐336‐1116 anytime day or night.
  • Visit an ATM if you need cash. We have 2 convenient ATM locations to serve you – in our drive‐thru at 21 N. Harney Street, Camilla and at K&D Marketplace, 81 US Highway 19 North, Camilla.
  • Limit the use of cash and rely more on electronic payment options such as your debit card or bill payment service.
  • Call us at 229‐336‐5271. You may be surprised at how much banking business you are able to conduct utilizing technology.

We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you in our bank soon!


Current Scams to Look Out For

As our nation continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, Planters & Citizens Bank would like to share some recommendations to help you identify and avoid scams. Please feel free to share this information with your friends, family and neighbors, because no matter what’s going on in the world, people will try to take advantage of any situation.

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Our bank lobby is closed to protect your health. Our drive-thru, ATM's Online and Mobile Banking remain open. If you need to meet with a banker in person please call us at 229-336-5271

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4 Great Tips to Stop the Spread of Germs

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Use a tissue to cover your sneezes and coughs

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Sneeze or cough into your sleeve if you do not have a tissue

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Clean your hands often

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When needed, wear a mask to protect yourself and others from germs