We're Here to Help
This is our official site for our latest updates on the impact of the coronavirus. Please bookmark sandyspringbank.com/update.
As your financial advocate, Sandy Spring Bank is here for you if you have any financial questions and concerns about the impact of the coronavirus on you and your family, your business, or our community. As this situation continues to unfold, we continue to closely monitor the latest developments and remain laser-focused on safeguarding the health and well-being of our clients, employees, and all of our business and community partners.
Sandy Spring Bank has more than 150 years of experience and we have weathered challenging times before. We are committed to using our experience to best serve you and to continue to earn and keep your trust. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be your advocate in banking and in life.
As of June 7, 2021, all Sandy Spring Bank branch locations are open to fully serve our clients with no appointment necessary. In an effort to protect the health and safety of all clients and employees, plexiglass dividers will continue to be used, and we ask that you please wear a mask. Find the branch closest to you.
While our lobbies have reopened, we will continue to offer enhanced drive thru capabilities. The following transactions may be processed through a drive-thru: cashier’s checks, cash advances, outgoing wire transfers, savings bond redemption and all account service requests.
All Sandy Spring Bank ATMs remain accessible. Transfer funds, check balances and get cash at any Sandy Spring Bank ATM or any of the over 55,000 surcharge-free Allpoint ATMs. You can also make deposits at any Sandy Spring Bank ATM.
Call Your Banker
As your financial advocate, Sandy Spring Bank is here for you. If you have any questions or concerns, please call your banker or contact our Client Service Center at 800.399.5919 or use the Contact Us form.
Our call center is experiencing higher than normal call volume and longer wait times. We apologize for any inconvenience and ask for your understanding as we work to serve all of our clients. For answers to some frequently asked questions, please click here.
Small Business Administration's (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Other State and Federal Programs
Signed into law on June 5, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act of 2020 made changes to several aspects of the PPP. Read more here.
For information on other state and federal programs, click here.
Sandy Spring Bank Loan Clients
If you are a loan client with a financial need during this challenging time, we would like to help. Our bankers are here to discuss your situation, provide advice and suggest options. Click the "Request a Call" button below to provide contact information, and we will follow up within one business day to schedule a phone conversation.
Sandy Spring Bank Credit Card Clients
For credit card clients, please contact Elan, our credit card partner. You can reach Elan Cardmember Services by calling the number on the back of your card.
Sandy Spring Bank Business Clients
If you are a business deposit client, you can now use the ebiz mobile banking application for business to make unlimited check deposits at no charge until further notice.
More Sandy Spring Bank Client Assistance
Currently, we are waiving the excess activity fee on savings and money market accounts.
Check balances, transfer funds between accounts, make payments, and more 24/7 with online and mobile banking. Access your accounts wherever you are, and you can easily deposit checks remotely through mobile banking. Check out the links below to get more information on our personal and business banking capabilities if you are not already enrolled.
As part of U.S. Government emergency coronavirus-related funding in the CARES Act, you may be eligible for an Economic Impact Payment. For more information including whether you’re eligible, how you’ll get paid, and when you’ll receive payment, click here.
Sandy Spring Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). FDIC-insured banks remain the safest place to keep your money. Learn more here.
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