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Welcome to Sooner State Bank!

We are here to help with your banking needs. 


  Tuttle Branch 
Tri-City Branch
Newcastle Branch
Konawa Branch
Village Branch
(405) 381-2326
(405) 387-2265
(405) 387-4391
(580) 925-3254
(405) 752-2265

Effective February 26, 2010, we are reducing the time periods for which we put holds on items deposited to your transaction account.  Our general policy will still be to make funds from your cash and checks deposits available to you on the next business day after the day we receive your deposit.  Any delay of funds availability will generally be until the second business day following the day of your deposit.  (Previously, this was the fifth day.)  Under very specific circumstances, we may delay funds availability to the seventh business day following the banking day of your deposit.  (Previously, this was the eleventh day.)  If we do decide to delay funds availability, we will notify you at the time you make your deposit.  If you have any questions or would like a disclosure that describes our hold policies in detail, please contact us at (405) 381-2326.


Lost or Stolen Debit Cards

If your ATM or Debit Card has been lost or stolen after Sooner State Bank business hours, please call the Hotline at 1-800-523-4175 for assistance. 



Customer Alert


The Internet has become fertile ground for criminals to engage in email and website fraud. The most common practice is referred to as "phishing." This is where a criminal sends you a request via an email that appears to come from a business you normally interact with. Their intent is to trick you into downloading Viruses, Worms or Trojans to your computer hard drive or providing personal information (e.g. account numbers, passwords, etc.). This information is often used to gain unauthorized access to financial accounts, for identity theft or to engage in other illegal acts.

Please note that Sooner State Bank will never send you an email requesting personal account information (e.g. social security number, account number, password or personal identification number [PIN]).

If you receive an email claiming to be from Sooner State Bank requesting any personal information, DO NOT respond to the email and DO NOT click on any links within the email. Delete the email and remove from deleted items.

For more information visit "Protecting Your Information" located on the drop down menu under the "Online Banking Link."