Bank Closed for Memorial Day – Monday, May 31, 2021
Why is Abbeville First Bank Closed on May 29, 2021?
We follow the U.S. Federal Reserve’s holiday schedule.
Though federal offices and many workplaces will be closed for Memorial Day, most stores and restaurants will remain open for business. Bank holidays aren’t always the same day that people have off from work. This can lead to some of us thinking banks are open when they really are closed and vice versa.
What if you need us while we are closed?
1. Login Online or Use an App
This is the quickest and easiest method, you don’t even have to leave the warmth of your home! When you log in to your account online you can check balances, pay bills, move money around between accounts, set up alerts for a low balance or when a particular check clears, stop payments, and more!
Your banking abilities extend a little further, too, if you have our mobile app. It adds the ability to deposit checks right from your smartphone.
Personal Banking account apps: Apple Store or Google Play Store.
Business Banking account apps: Apple Store or Google Play Store.
Since the U.S. Federal Reserve is still closed, some transactions will be processed the next business day. While you can perform your transactions, the money may not go through immediately.
If you simply can’t wait to make a cash deposit or withdrawal, our ATMs are always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
3. Come See Us Another Day
Bank holidays just mean you won’t be able to go into a branch and speak with a teller that day. Our lobby and drive-thru lines will be open and ready to serve you first thing in the morning on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Bonus: Plan ahead!
The days that Abbeville First will be closed in 2023 are:
Memorial Day: Monday, May 29th
Juneteenth: Monday, June 19th
Independence Day: Tuesday, July 4th
Labor Day: Monday, September 4th
Columbus Day: Monday, October 9th
Thanksgiving Day: Thursday, November 23rd
Christmas Day: Monday, December 25th
† When a holiday falls on Saturday or Sunday, most employees observed the holiday on the previous Friday or following Monday, respectively (5 U.S.C. 6103(b) and Executive Order 11582 3(a)).