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YOUR FINANCIAL WELL-BEING IS OUR FOCUS DURING COVID-19

The well-being and safety of our clients, colleagues, business partners, and communities is our top priority. To keep you informed, we have created this page to provide helpful information during these uncertain times.

Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions related to COVID-19, please click here.

For Our Consumer Banking Clients

Government Stimulus Update March 11, 2021

The IRS has begun processing the next round of stimulus checks. Below are guidelines for what clients can expect based on how they previously received their stimulus checks. We encourage you to utilize First Midwest banking tools for checking your account deposits which are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and include Online and Mobile Banking and Bankline Services.

Below are guidelines for what clients can expect based on how they previously received their stimulus checks:
  • Electronic deposit (ACH) of stimulus payments are expected to start posting to accounts on March 13, 2021 and will post as they are received from the government.
  • The IRS is expected to start mailing checks starting on March 29, 2021. Clients may deposit or cash their checks as soon as they receive them. We will honor all checks regardless of check date. Deposits can be made via:
  • Prepaid cards are expected to go out on April 5, 2021.

Clients can check the status of their payments by using the Get My Payment tool, available in English and Spanish only on IRS.gov. The tool is being updated with new information, and the IRS anticipates the tool will be available in a few days for taxpayers.

For clients seeking additional information regarding the stimulus check, please visit www.irs.gov/coronavirus.

Financial Relief Options For Consumers

  • Consumer Loan and Mortgage Loan Payment Deferral Programs – If you find yourself facing financial difficulties due to sickness or a workplace closure from COVID-19, we have payment deferral programs for consumer borrowers and homeowners, with no credit bureau impact. For more information, please contact Customer Care at 1.800.322.3623.

Branch Lobby Safety Protocols

We have established procedures to keep clients and colleagues safe. As you plan to visit, please be mindful of the plexiglass shields and foot markers to help ensure 6-foot social distancing.

If you are not feeling well (fever, shortness of breath, or cough) please use our Bank-from-Home options. Visit FirstMidwest.com/OnlineandMobile to get started.

Access Our Convenient Banking Services

As a reminder, our free Online and Mobile banking provides you convenient and secure access to your finances 24/7. Access your First Midwest accounts online, or via our Mobile Banking App.1  

You can: 

  • Check account balances and account history  
  • Transfer funds between accounts 
  • Pay bills online  
  • Deposit checks with your mobile device 
  • Send money to people your trust with Zelle2  

For Consumers: learn more about Online and Mobile Banking

For Businesses: learn more about Online and Mobile Banking 

Support for Our Personal Banking Clients

Access a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions related to COVID-19.

For Our Small Business and Commercial Clients

Financial Relief and Support for Businesses

Click here to stay up to date on all the latest PPP Forgiveness information.

The SBA PPP funds have been exhausted and as such, we are no longer accepting new PPP loan applications.

  • Small Business Payment Deferral – If you find yourself facing financial difficulties due to sickness or a business closure from COVID-19, we have payment deferral programs for up to 90 days with no credit bureau impact.
  • SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program – The U.S. Small Business Administration has released the details and application for the Economic Injury Disaster Loans for Coronavirus Related Economic Disruptions. If you are eligible and in-need, we encourage you to apply at no-cost and no-obligation. If you receive an offer, we strongly recommend discussing the terms with your Relationship Manager before accepting, to review all possible ramifications of the offer. Please review the summary and reference guide for details of the plan. There is no-cost and no obligation to apply. For more information, please call the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955 or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov 
  • CARES Act and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – As a certified Small Business Administration (SBA) provider, First Midwest Bank will participate in and continue to monitor how the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act will be administered, along with specifics on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a new $349 billion Small Business Administration lending program with a 100% government guarantee through 12/31/2020. Click here for what we currently know. 
  • Click here to view the PPP Information Sheet for Borrowers from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.   
  • Click here to view a Small Business Guide and Checklist prepared by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. 
  • Click here to view a Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act prepared by the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

Our usual routines and expectations have been disrupted. More than ever, your business success will be defined by your adaptability. Discover how you can learn on the go and adjust to this new world: 

Mitigating COVID -19 Business Fraud

We would like to remind you of the growing number of fraud-related schemes associated with coronavirus. We have compiled several in-depth articles on what to look for, how to prepare and how to recover from an attack: 

Tackling Coronavirus leaves many vulnerable to another virus: Cyberattacks  

Legal risks for business owners are changing every day. Here’s how you could be vulnerable over paid leave, cleaning supplies, and your work-from-home policy.

Banking Services to Help Your Business Navigate the Pandemic

As a valued business customer, you can eliminate unnecessary trips to the bank by leveraging our remote deposit and mobile deposit capabilities for your accounts receivables. 

For clients using our traditional Remote Capture Services, deposits may be transmitted up to 8pm CT for same-day processing. If you need additional equipment, or if you need to add more accounts or edit users, our Treasury Management Client Services team can be reached at 847-670-3080. 

If clients are using our Commercial Business Mobile App, deposits may be sent until 5pm CT for same-day processing. Our mobile app will allow you to make up to $20,000 in deposits per day. If you need a daily deposit limit greater than $20,000, please contact our Treasury Management Client Services team at 847-670-3080.

Learn more about our Mobile Banking app. Or download it now: 

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1 You must first be enrolled in Online Banking before you can enroll in Mobile Banking services. Message and data rates may apply.   
2 Zelle is intended for sending money to family, friends and people you are familiar with. We recommend that you not use Zelle to send money to anyone you don’t know.