Safe Deposit Box
Available in a variety of sizes, these strong boxes are located in our vault and can be used to store important personal, business and financial papers as well as other valuables. Click here to see a price list.
Here are some helpful FAQs about safe deposit boxes.
What is a safe deposit box?
A safe deposit box is a sturdy container that can be rented for storing valuables. These boxes are retained in small compartments -- each has a separate lock. Safe deposit boxes are available in a variety of sizes.
Where are safe deposit boxes located?
Safe deposit boxes are located in a section of our vault. The vault is constructed of cement and steel, so you can rest assured knowing that the contents of your box are safe and secure.
Who may rent a safe deposit box?
Safe deposit boxes are available to individuals, businesses, associations, churches, clubs...Any Bankers Trust customer that needs one.
What are the procedures for renting a safe deposit box?
To rent a safe deposit box, you must complete a lease agreement. This agreement contains the date, our name, your name, the number of the safe deposit box, the rental fee per year, the annual due date of the rental fee, terms and conditions of the agreement, your signature and our authorized signature.
Is there a key for each box?
When you rent a safe deposit box, you are issued two keys which fit only in your lock. Each key should be kept in a safe, but separate location.
What are the procedures for entering my safe deposit box?
Each time you wish to enter your box, you must sign an admission form. For identification purposes, the signature on this form is verified against the signature on record.
Once this process is complete, you are accompanied to the safe deposit box area by an attendant. After you open and remove your box, be sure to keep it with you at all times until it is returned to the vault.
If you need more information call us at (800) 362-1688 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The contents of your safe deposit box are not insured against loss by the Bank or the FDIC.