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Christmas Closing

Remember to check banking off your to-do list.

With your holiday to-do list growing, go ahead and take care of all those online banking needs before the bustle really begins. If you have any online banking needs you must complete on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24, please review the adjusted cut-off times below to ensure you can cross everything off your holiday list in time and simply enjoy the holidays. 
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External Transfers, ACH/Wire Transfers

Enter by 2:00pm for same-day processing.

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Mobile Deposits

Enter by 3:45pm for same-day processing.

Internal Transfers

Enter by 4:00pm for same-day processing.

All United branches and online banking support will be closing at 2:00pm on Tuesday, December 24 in observance of Christmas. Normal customer service hours will resume on Thursday, December 26. If you have any questions, please call us at 1-800-UCBANK1 (1-800-822-2651).

As always, we thank you for choosing to bank with United Community Bank and from our family to yours, we wish you a joyous holiday season!

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