Welcome to Town & Country Bank and Trust Co.!
Town & Country Bank and Trust Co., headquartered in Bardstown, KY, has been serving the Central
Kentucky community for over 100 years. We are a locally owned and operated, full-service,
community bank offering exceptional products and services to consumer and business customers.
We also offer wealth management services through our Trust division, First Bankers Trust, located in
ATTN OLB Users: The Online Banking system will be unavailable during maintenance that will occur on Sunday, February 25th 2018 from 1:00am to 6:00am ET.
ATTN Mobile Deposit Users: The Mobile Deposit service will be unavailable during system maintenance that will be occurring on Sunday, February 25th 2018 from 1:00am to 8:00am ET.
ATTN SecurLOCK Equip Users: The SecurLOCK Equip application will be unavailable during system maintenance that will be occurring on Sunday, February 25th 2018 from 12:01am to 6:00am ET.
The 2017 Tax Forms have been mailed. In addition, the forms are also available through our online banking for review or to print. If you have online banking simply log on, go to Accounts, Account Statement, and View Statements. If you do not have online banking you may self-enroll on our website or stop by a banking center and we can enroll you. If you prefer to receive your tax forms electronically only and wish to stop the paper forms, please contact the Customer Resource Center at 502-348-3911 or 877-813-3282.
***Fraudulent calls have been reported in the area. As a reminder, Town & Country Bank will never call a customer asking for your account information or other personally identifiable information. We will also never conduct business outside of our banking centers. If you receive a fraudulent call saying its from Town & Country Bank, please call 502-348-3911 and let us know!
***NOTICE:A cybersecurity breach of Equifax compromised the personal information of as many as 143 million Americans between mid-May and July.
You can check to see if you were potentially impacted by submitting your name and the last six digits of your social security number to this site: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com/potential-impact/. You will be given a date when you will be enrolled in free identity theft protection and credit file monitoring services.
Equifax gets its data from credit card companies, banks, retailers, and lenders who report on the credit activity of individuals to credit reporting agencies, as well as by purchasing public records. Equifax is mailing notices to people whose credit cards or dispute documents were affected.
It is recommended that you check your online bank statements and credit card statements on a regular basis, ideally weekly. It is important to keep checking your accounts even after this story fades from the headlines. For additional resources and consumer information from the federal trade commission visit, https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/feature-0014-identity-theft.