Business Resource Center

Park Bank is devoted to making banking better with the latest technology and services. Find out more about how we’re making your business better and safer.


Park Bank Offers Mobile Payment Options

Park Bank now makes it easier than ever to make payments and purchases with your Park Bank business credit card and smartphone. Along with Apple Pay, you can also use Samsung Pay or Google Pay, depending on the type of smartphone you use. Paying with your mobile devices has never been easier, quicker or more convenient!

For more information on our mobile payment options, click here.


Beneficial Ownership Update

Effective May 11, 2018, all banks will be subject to new rules under the Bank Secrecy Act, to counteract terrorism. Because of this, we will be required to obtain additional identifying information for opening accounts or renewing loans. Click below to learn more about how these rules may affect your business and to access the Beneficial Owner Certificate.

Beneficial Ownership FAQ
Beneficial Ownership Certificate


Important Information on the Equifax Breach

Recently, it was announced that Equifax, one of the three major consumer credit reporting agencies, had their company data hacked in a cyberattack that has compromised sensitive information for 143 million American consumers, including Social Security and driver’s license numbers. “Have I been compromised?” is the biggest question on consumers’ minds.

For more information and helpful tips, click on the link below.

Equifax Information


EMV Debit Cards

If you are the proud holder of a Park Bank Visa debit card, you should have received a brand new card that offers EMV chip technology.

For more information on our new debit chip cards, click "Debit Card FAQs” below.

Debit Card FAQs


Merchant EMV Chip Card Technology

This new technology provides a more secure way of doing business. Your business will be able to accept payments more securely and be better protected from card fraud than ever before. However, there are important changes that leave you responsible for counterfeit fraud as of October 1, 2015.

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