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Legacy National Bank invites you to “Lunch and Learn”!

Join us on Friday, April 1st from 11am-12pm. Lunch will be provided.
Our free interactive class will give an overview of our Online Products. Bring your devices! Laptops, Smart Phones, IPads, etc. We will sign you up and teach you how to navigate each of our products.
A few of the features we will cover:
-Signing up for Online Banking
-Getting our App for you smart phone
-Signing up for Online Bill Pay
-Using Pop Money
-Benefits of Shazam Bolt$
-Ease of E-Statements
Reserve your spot today! Call 479-717-1940 or see any of our employees

Shazam BOLT$

The convenience to manage your accounts wherever the road takes you. SHAZAM BOLT$ delivers a safer, easier and faster mobile solution.


  • Fraud alerts 24/7
  • Blok and unblock your card
  • ATM locations nationwide
  • Account balance

Ask how you can enroll today. Available in the iTunes store and Google Play.


Protecting Your Most Important Information

Legacy National Bank is committed to providing unmatched reliable, secure, accurate, and state of the art technology solutions that help you grow and thrive. Our Data Center is a bunker like facility that is able to withstand 200 mph winds. It has dual sources of power, three fiber optic internet connections, bio-metric physical access, and diesel generators that will allow the facility to run without commercial power for weeks on end. All online banking infrastructure is designed with full diversity and redundancy in mind. Meaning, in the extremely unlikely event we lost our primary data center, we have a fully redundant “warm site” that is geographically diverse from our primary location. This helps ensure that even if the worst happens, you can rely on us to keep our bank up and running to serve you and your customers.

A cyber attack is considered one of the greatest threats that we face in this interconnected world. Many of the largest financial and other institutions thought they were well protected, only to find their names in the headlines after a cyber attack resulted in a security breach that compromised confidential customer information or denied access to legitimate customers. Our bank leverages the power of a large banking community to provide industrial strength Cyber Security solutions to our customers. We utilize a multi-layered approach that incorporates “best in solution” technologies that are fully tested before they are deployed to mitigate the risk of a security breach due to a cyber attack, keeping your information safe while providing secure access to legitimate customers.


Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) is offering tips to help consumers avoid having their online financial information disrupted or stolen. ICBA, along with more than 6,000 community banks across the country, urge consumers to remain vigilant and protect themselves from potential credit card and bank fraud.

Here are a few tips to help consumers safeguard their online accounts:

  • When sending sensitive information via the Internet, make sure “https:” appears in the address bar. This  means the information you are transmitting is encrypted.
  • Ensure the wireless network you use is password-protected, and choose a strong password and update it frequently for your work and home wireless networks. Likewise, always use a passcode on your mobile phone or tablet to stop an unauthorized user from accessing your device.
  • Don’t enter sensitive information into your phone when others can see what you’re entering.
  • Set the privacy settings on frequented social network sites. Cybercriminals often learn about people and their families and friends via social media in an attempt to spoof or phish you and your network.
  • Remain cautious of someone who isn’t who they say they are or if the name and area don’t match what appears on caller ID. This is often how spoofing occurs.
  • Never respond to text messages, emails or phone calls from companies alleging to be your bank, government officials or business representatives that request your banking ID, account numbers, user name or password.
  • Similarly, don’t click on links sent to you from unknown sources via text message because they are likely malware.
  • Beware of “get rich quick” schemes; never voluntarily give out your bank account information or security credentials.

SBA Information Form

Fill out this application to find out if you qualify.
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  • Please describe the type and size of business you own or hope to open.
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