There is always something new happening here at KCB. Visit us here often to find upcoming bank events, as well as helpful information regarding the latest news in the financial industry.
KCB Kidfest 2006
The 11th annual Kidfest – a free day of games, fun and safety education for the entire family – was a big success! More than 400 children plus their families enjoyed fun games and prizes, as well as learned important lessons in safety, at Kearney’s Lion Memorial Park on August 5.
We would like to thank representatives from the Kearney Fire District, Kearney Police Department, the Clay County Health Department, volunteers for Ident-A-Kid as well as countless others, including KCB employees and their family and friends who volunteered their time and energy to making this event a success.
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Visa Gift Cards – The "whatever they want" gift!
The Visa gift card is the one gift that’s ideal for any occasion. You decide the amount, they decide where to use it. So they can get what they really want!
The Visa gift card:
- Welcomed at millions of places that accept Visa debit cards, including retail stores and online merchants.
- Provides peace of mind—unlike cash, it can be replaced if lost or stolen.
- Gives anyone the gift of choice.
Now available at KCB. Stop in and see a lobby teller to purchase your gift card.
Health Savings Accounts
KCB offers Health Savings Accounts (HSA) designed to work with your high deductible health plans.
Call or stop by the bank and visit with Financial Service Representatives Kelly, Faith or Deb for more information on opening an HSA.
- Interest bearing
- No minimum balance
- 50 free checks
- Images of checks with statement
- Unlimited transactions
- No administrative fees
Protect Your Identity
KCB wants you to be safe and aware of the latest scams. One scam is known as phishing, a high-tech scam that uses spam or pop-up messages to deceive you into disclosing your credit card numbers, bank account information, Social Security number, or other sensitive information. Phishers send an email or pop-up message that claims to be from a business that you deal with—for example, KCB. The message usually says that you need to “update” your account information, trying to trick you into divulging your personal information so the operators can steal your identity and run up bills or commit crimes in your name. KCB does not ask for any personal or financial information via email. Email is not a secure method of transmitting personal information so any transactions that you do on the computer should be through our online banking site, a secure and safe method. If you receive an email message asking for your financial information, please contact the bank immediately to report the incident.