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Personal Banking Options

At Landmark Community Bank our goal is to offer the highest customer service while establishing a long lasting relationship with you.

Landmark Community Bank offers traditional savings accounts, money market accounts, certificates of deposit, club accounts and IRA accounts. Please click on a link below to find out more about how Landmark can help you “Discover The Difference“.

Savings / Money Market

Certificates of deposit and traditional savings, money market, club and IRA accounts accounts.
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Checking

Deposit accounts to meet all of your personal needs.
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IRAs

Individual Retirement Accounts and Roth Individual Retirement Accounts
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CDs / CDARS

Certificates of Deposit, CDARS and Club Accounts
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Debit Cards

Get cash and pay for purchases anywhere Visa© is accepted.
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Home Equity Loans

Use your home's equity for home improvements, college tuition or vacations.
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Personal Loans

Landmark Community Bank offers a broad range of personal loans to meet your needs.
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Consumer Team

Landmark Community Bank's Consumer Banking Team can meet all of your personal banking needs.
Meet Our Team

Dear Loyal Landmark Customers,

In an effort to protect our customers and employees by participating in the recommended social distancing, effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 all banking transactions will be handled through our drive-through facilities or by appointment. Our hours of operations remain the same for the convenience of our customers.

Customers are also strongly encouraged to take advantage of our self-service banking options, including Online Banking, Mobile Banking and Telephone Banking (1-866-255-4188). These 24/7 services allow you to view account information, transfer funds, pay bills, deposit checks (mobile), as well as, find the nearest ATM.

We will continue to refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and other public health agencies to determine the safest course of action as the situation evolves.

Sincerely,

Thomas V. Amico, President/CEO