Online banking will not be available on
June 15 and 16, 2019
due to the online banking conversion.
We apologize for any inconvenience
this may cause.
***NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON***
The First State Bank of Ransom is pleased to announce the release of a new website on June 15, 2019.
On June 17, 2019, a new online banking service will be implemented and will include mobile banking, check images
and the option of receiving e-statements.
On these dates there will likely be a disruption in services, so we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
IF YOU ARE A CUSTOMER AGE 65 OR OLDER, OR A STUDENT IN GRADES KINDERGARTEN THROUGH COLLEGE, PLEASE CALL THE FIRST STATE BANK OF RANSOM AT 785-731-2261 REGARDING MINIMUM BALANCE SERVICE CHARGES ON YOUR NON-INTEREST BEARING CHECKING ACCOUNT.
Welcome to First State Bank of Ransom
Our bank was established in 1900, making it the oldest chartered bank in Ness County, Kansas. We take pride in providing friendly, personal customer service and look forward to providing you easy access to your banking needs.
** DEBIT CARD TRANSACTION ALERTS **
Debit card transaction alerts are available for our debit card customers. Card customers can be alerted by email message for transactions that occur on their card. Please call the First State Bank of Ransom if you would like to receive debit card transaction alerts.
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