Other Personal Services

Check Reorders

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To reorder checks, you will need your routing/transit number, account number, and the starting number of your next check. Check orders will be sent to the mailing address on your account and a charge for the order will appear on your account. If there are any changes to your check order, if it has been longer than 2 years since your last check order, or if this is the first time you are ordering checks with North Salem State Bank, please call or visit a branch to complete your order.

NOTE: If you receive your checks for free from NSSB, please call or visit one of our branches to reorder your checks as Deluxe will charge your account if you order your checks online.


Direct Deposit

Don't worry about having to go to a branch to deposit your check. Have your payroll or government check directly deposited into your account.


Overdraft Protection

You’ve worked hard to build and maintain your good credit. Now you can enjoy the rewards of your efforts. Your success allows us to offer you a credit plan that you can bank on for convenience and cash. Our plan is designed to end checking account overdraft complications and charges. Overdraft protection means that we’ve approved, in advance, a personal, unsecured loan to balance your account if you should overdraw. With our plan, you avoid costly overdraft charges and embarrassing delays. Please visit one of our convenient locations for more information. Subject to credit approval.


Sweep Overdraft Option

You can sweep funds from your savings account into a NSSB checking account to cover your overdraft. A $1.00 sweep charge applies each time the service is used. Sweeps from savings and DocuMoney Market accounts are limited to no more than six per monthly statement cycle.


Safe Deposit & Security Boxes

Safe Deposit Boxes are available at the North Salem, Danville Main, Danville Old Farm, Waveland and Lebanon branches. Security Boxes are available at the Greencastle East branch. Please stop by or call a branch for more information.