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We're working hard to make sure that the transition from Provident State Bank to Summit is seamless. It's our priority to keep you informed and guide you through changes to your accounts and the conversion process. For detailed information regarding changes to your accounts, online banking, debit cards, and more, please download a digital copy of the Provident State Bank conversion book. If you have any questions, please contact our client care team, call 877-776-9722, or stop by your local branch and one of our dedicated team members will be happy to assist you. Below you will find a timeline of key conversion events that will take place during the weekend of September 22 - 24, 2023.


BUSINESS CLIENTS: The login process for online banking will change after conversion. After 9/25, to log into online banking through Summit, your User ID and Company ID will be combined in the same field. Download the quick guide for more details and an example.

QUICKEN / QUICKBOOKS USERS: Check out our video tutorials on how to convert and reactivate your Quicken / QuickBooks account with Summit. As a note, please back up your current Quicken / QuickBooks files before September 22, 2023. You will not be able to complete the activation process until after Provident State Bank reopens as Summit Community Bank (September 25th) and will need to log in to Summit's online banking to update your password and accept the terms and conditions before reactivating your account.

ONLINE BANKING: We're here to help. On Monday, September 25th 5:00 AM, you will be able to access Summit's online banking system. To get you started, we've provided a  step-by-step video tutorial to help you log in to your account for the first time. On September 25th, you can also download the Summit app to make banking even easier! 


Notice Concerning FDIC Deposit Insurance

Effective April 1, 2023, Provident State Bank, Inc. (“Provident State Bank”) merged with and into Summit Community Bank, Inc., Moorefield, West Virginia (“Summit Community Bank”). Provident State Bank now operates as a division of Summit Community Bank and will continue to use its name until we integrate our systems on September 23, 2023.
Under FDIC rules, the basic FDIC insurance limit prior to the merger was $250,000 for each depositor at each bank. After Provident State Bank merged into Summit Community Bank, the two banks became one entity. As a result, your combined total of funds deposited at Summit Community Bank must be less than $250,000 in order for your money to be fully protected. 



*Please check back for additional conversion information.