When you live along the coast, you know the feeling.
The hurricane is coming. The forecast may change a little. But the need to prepare remains the same.
Now, communities are facing the prospect of Hurricane Delta making landfall. And Regions Bank has resources that can help before the storm arrives – and after landfall, too.
- First, check out our Disaster Resource Center, linked here. You can find guidance on how to make a personal and business checklist before the storm. There is also information on emergency preparedness kits, as well as recovery information that may be helpful in the days and weeks to come. You don’t have to have an account login to view the Disaster Resource Center. The information is there for anyone to see.
- If you’re not enrolled in Digital Banking, it’s a good idea to sign up. All the information you need is linked here. When a hurricane makes landfall, it can disrupt traditional, in-person services. But by having the power of the bank in the palm of your hands, you can access important financial information and conduct banking business from practically anywhere.
- If you’re already enrolled in Digital Banking – but it’s been a while since you logged in – you can visit this link to reset your password and make sure you’re in good shape to access your account in the days to come.
- Unfortunately, the days following a disaster can be a prime time for scammers who try to take advantage of people’s needs. Be leery of people posing as contractors or pretending to represent charities collecting donations. Regions Bank has a lot of helpful fraud-prevention information from our security experts in this recent article, linked here.
Bottom line: Regions Bank is committed to helping clients and our communities. And that will not change.
“Regions Bank has helped our customers through many natural disasters over time, most recently Hurricanes Laura and Sally. We will be here for communities affected by Delta, too,” said Earl Connell, consumer banking executive for Regions in South Louisiana and Southeast Texas. “Our teams will provide short-term and long-term financial guidance to help our customers through whatever recovery is ahead in the days, weeks and months to come.”