Welcome to Our Web Banking Center
Welcome to West Michigan Bank & Trust. For nearly three decades, we have provided a full range of banking and trust services that are designed with you, the customer, in mind. Our local ownership and management allows us to sustain our long-term commitment to provide traditional, straight forward and fairly priced banking products and services to the businesses and residents of the communities we serve.
By enrolling in Internet Banking, you will have secure, reliable access to your accounts anytime, anywhere. Through a computer with internet access, Internet Banking allows you to:
Internet Banking provides the ultimate in convenience because it’s available when you want it. To enroll, please go to the Online Banking Login area to the right and click on “enroll.” If you have questions, please call our Frankfort Office at 231-352-9655 or our Manistee Office at 231-723-8867. We look forward to hearing from you.
Are you looking for a Loan?
West Michigan Bank & Trust has money to lend qualified borrowers. Interest rates are at all time lows, so let us help you with your home purchase or refinance, home improvement project, or new car purchase. We also offer a full line of business loans for commercial real estate purchase or refinance, equipment purchases and operating loans. For information about all of our loan programs, please call Douglas Cook, Unique Identifier #865629, Damon Tondu, Unique Identifier #757266 or Mary Kaye Wilkosz, Unique Identifier # 681377 at 231-352-9655 or 231-723-8867.
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT BY STEVE BRUNGER
A new art exhibit by photographer Steve Brunger will be welcomed into West Michigan Bank & Trust in Frankfort, MI beginning August 7th, 2014. The exhibit will be on display until November 28th, 2014. The community is invited to “Meet the Artist” at a reception for Steve on August 8th, 2014 from 4pm – 6pm at the WMB&T Frankfort Office. The exhibit features the Frankfort and Elberta area.
All but one of the photographs in the exhibit are nature pictures. That sole picture is of the customers’ entrance at the Wayfarer Inn on M-22 in Elberta, MI; window boxes of iris’ planted by Iris, the owner. The exhibit showcases trilliums from the hills next to the lookout in Elberta, individually decorated stones on the Frankfort beach last summer, sunset pictures from the Elberta overlook and the Betsie Trail near the M-22 Bridge.
Steve states that he “was bitten by the photography bug in Frankfort. I had been vacationing here for years and started taking photographs with a HP point and click camera. Because the area is so photogenic, I knew the camera and I were going to have to go in a separate direction.”
Three years ago he purchased a Cannon Rebel with an 18-200 MM cannon lens which he considers his first real camera. Along the way, Steve has taken photography classes and spoken to every photographer that would stop and listen to his questions on their equipment.
Steve grew up in Haslett near East Lansing, Michigan. He has been vacationing in the Grand Traverse and Leelanau Peninsula area since 1985. In 2006, Steve selected Frankfort as his second home because he’s always loved the lake and lakeshore. He thinks Frankfort and Lake Michigan make an incredibly beautiful combination.
West Michigan Bank & Trust invites you to view Steve’s photography exhibit during normal banking hours. The exhibit is free of charge and is located at 501 Main Street, Frankfort, MI. For more information, please call (31) 352-9655.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING OR CHANGING AN ACCOUNT WITH WEST MICHIGAN BANK & TRUST
Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT ACT requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account or changes an existing account. This federal requirement applies to all new customers and current customers. This information is used to assist the United States government in the fight against the funding of terrorism and money-laundering activities.
What this means to you: when
you open an account or change an existing account, we will ask each
person for their name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth,
and other information that will allow us to identify them. We will ask
to see each person's driver's license and other identifying documents
and copy or record information from each of them.
What this means to you: when you open an account or change an existing account, we will ask each person for their name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify them. We will ask to see each person's driver's license and other identifying documents and copy or record information from each of them.
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