A letter from
Jay Sidhu
Executive Chairman of Customers Bank

We hope that you, your family and your colleagues are safe. We are now entering a new phase of the health crisis and economic chaos. This is the new normal: social distancing, closed businesses, and the acceptance of uncertainty.

Social distancing and days at home are not so bad, however if we use this as a time to slow down, think, and reflect on what we do know and what does work. Here are a few things we can count on:

  • If we protect one another, we will get through this. Experience around the world demonstrates that “flattening the curve” makes the disease more manageable. Short-term inconvenience is worth long-term security. Let’s put one another first.
  • Customers Bank is fully operational. Some back-office processes have changed. To maximize protection, some of our team members are working from home. But you can expect the same great service and the same great results that we have always delivered for you.
  • Your money is safe. In a statement on March 18, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation reminded us, “FDIC-insured banks remain the safest places to keep [your] money …. Since 1933, no depositor has ever lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds.”
  • Information is power. There are plenty of rumors flying around the Internet. We are relying on the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for information about the virus. We are relying on the Small Business Administration and economic development organizations around the nation for information on small business economic assistance. And, we are relying on the decades of banking experience possessed by our senior management team to develop and deliver customized solutions for your new banking needs.

We are optimistic that when the tide turns, Americans who are ready will lead the global recovery. We are with you; your success is our primary goal.


FDIC-insured banks remain the safest place to keep [your] money… Since 1933, no depositor has ever lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
(FDIC) Statement
March 18, 2020
Read full statement here

Savings and Money Market Preauthorized Transfer Limitations:
Effective immediately and until further notice, the savings and money market preauthorized transfer limit of six (6) occurrences per month described in deposit account Terms and Conditions and in our online Disclosures is no longer applicable. The Federal Reserve Board has amended Regulation D (Reserve Requirements of Depository Institutions) as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing depository institutions to ease access to savings funds for those in need. If and when the limits are reinstated, customers will be notified in accordance with regulatory requirements. Please visit this page frequently to stay informed of the latest updates.

Branch Locations and Hours

Berks County

Location Status
Berkshire Mall West Drive-thru and appointment service only
ATM
Night Deposit available
Exeter Drive-thru and appointment service only
ATM
Night Deposit available
Muhlenberg Drive-thru and appointment service only
ATM
Night Deposit available
Wyomissing Appointment-only service available
ATM



Bucks County

Location Status
Doylestown Appointment-only service available
ATM
Night Deposit available
Langhorne Drive-thru and appointment service only
ATM
Night Deposit available
Yardley Appointment-only service available



Chester County

Location Status
Kimberton Drive-thru and appointment service only

ATM
Night Deposit available

Phoenixville Appointment-only service available
ATM
Night Deposit available



Delaware County

Location Status
Newtown Square Appointment-only service available
ATM
Wayne Appointment-only service available
ATM



New Jersey

Location Status
Hamilton Appointment-only service available
ATM
Night Deposit available



New York

Location Status
Rye Brook Appointment-only service available
ATM
Night Deposit available