Welcome to Prevail Bank


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Welcome to Prevail Bank

Welcome to Prevail Bank!

Coming Monday, February 24, 2020, Time Federal Savings Bank and River Cities Bank will combine our internal systems to complete the merger and become one bank; Prevail Bank. Our mission is to be an exceptional financial service resource for our customers, banking team and community by doing the right thing, taking ownership in finding solutions for our customers.

We will be moving to a new website on February 24, 2020 as well. Our current websites, timefederalsavings.com and rivercitiesbank.com will be re-directing to our new www.prevail.bank website on that day. Be sure to check it out on February 24!

New Debit Cards

Current Time Federal Savings Bank debit cards will be changing on February 24. Please continue to use your existing debit card through February 23. You will receive new Prevail Bank debit cards in the mail mid-February that may be activated at any time, and used on February 24.

Remember to update any scheduled payments with your existing Time Federal Savings debit card to your new Prevail Bank debit card, including your subscriptions and online accounts after February 24.

Current Checks:

Your current Time Federal Savings Bank checks will continue to work as they do now, and will be updated with the Prevail Bank branding on your next order.

Updates to Digital Banking

On Monday, February 24, our existing Online and Mobile Banking services will be updated to our new name and brand.

Mobile Banking:

The Time Federal Savings Mobile Banking app will update to reflect our new name and brand on February 24. Mobile Banking users will continue to use their same login credentials as normal. Please see below for the updated app icon and login screen that will take the place of the existing Time Federal Mobile app.

Online Banking:

If you currently use the Time Federal Savings Online Banking service, our new login portal will be found on our new website, prevail.bank, on February 24. You will login just as you typically do.