Achieving your higher education?
Apply for an iHELP loan to meet the funding gap between your
college costs and other available forms of financial aid.
Welcome to Midwest Bank!
*APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Quoted rate is the lowest
available rate, reflects all possible discounts and is accurate as
of 9/1/2014. Your rate will be based on your credit history and
may be higher. Rates and terms are subject to change without
notice. Estimated monthly payment example = $22.00 per $1000
(payment example based on 1.99% APR and term of 48 months). Offer
excludes all loans already financed at Midwest Bank of Western
Illinois. Loan must be auto debit from a Midwest Bank of Western
Illinois deposit account. All current MBWI underwriting standards
apply. New auto purchases or new refinances of a loan at a
different lending institution are eligible. The promotion will
start September 1, 2014 and run through November 1, 2014. The
promotion may be terminated at any time prior to November 2, 2014.
1.99% APR on 2015 through 2012 model years only (48 month maximum
term) with a minimum credit score of 700 (no exceptions).2.19% APR on 2015 through 2012 model years only (60 month
maximum term) with a minimum credit score of 700 (no exceptions).
2.99% APR on 2015 through 2012 model years only (60 month maximum
term) with a minimum credit score of 675 (no exceptions).4.49% APR on 2015 through 2012 model years only (60 month
maximum term) with a minimum credit score of 600 (no exceptions).
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As your local community bank, we work
diligently to protect your personal information and safety, offer
products and services which help you combat fraud, work to educate
our customers about Identity Theft, and the steps you can take to
protect yourself from becoming a victim.
We strongly encourage you to use our free
Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and SHAZAM Bolt$ products to
monitor your account balances and activity. Do not give out
any account numbers, debit or credit card information or PIN
numbers over the phone or email; a legitimate business would not
request this information. You can request a free Identity
Theft Assistance Guide from your local Midwest Bank branch.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your
Personal Banker or our Bookkeeping department.
Click here to download our helpful Identity
Theft Assistance Guide.
Notice of Change in
FDIC Insurance Coverage:Beginning January 1, 2013, all of a depositor's
accounts at an insured depository institution, including all
noninterest-bearing transaction accounts, will be insured by the FDIC up
to the standard maximum deposit insurance amount ($250,000), for each
deposit insurance ownership category. For more information, visit