Notice: In observance of Memorial Day, all SBSI locations will be closed Monday, May 27th, 2024. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, May 28th, 2024.

Banking resources

Helpful info on everything from credit reports to traveling with credit cards.

Annual Credit Reports

Federal law requires each of the three nationwide consumer credit reporting companies — Equifax, Experian and TransUnion — to give you a free credit report every 12 months if you ask for it. Visit the central credit report source or call (877) 322-8228 for details.

Deposit FAQs

Can I open an account online? What’s Mobile Deposit? And other frequently asked questions, answered.

Do-Not-Call Registry

What’s the best way to stop unwanted calls from telemarketers? List your phone number with the national Do-Not-Call registry. This free service keeps your number on file until you remove it or discontinue phone service. Keep in mind the Do-Not-Call Registry does not prevent all unwanted calls, including calls:

  • from organizations with which you have a business relationship
  • for which you’ve given prior written permission
  • that are not commercial or do not include unsolicited advertisements
  • by or on behalf of tax-exempt nonprofit organizations

Register online: www.donotcall.gov
Register by phone: 1-888-382-1222 (For TTY, call 1-866-290-4236.) 

Note: You must call from the phone number you wish to register.

Check Reorder

Conveniently reorder checks online, no matter where you are.

Secure Document Upload

Need to upload and send sensitive documents to Saco & Biddeford Savings? 

Travel & Online Orders

Planning a trip or placing an order with a merchant outside of the United States? Please contact your local branch so we can enable your card for domestic or international purchases. Note: To protect our customers from fraud and identity theft, we restrict debit card access for higher risk transactions.

Top 5 Travel Tips

  1. Enroll in Online Banking to make it easy to track spending, transfer funds and view your balance while traveling.
  2. Bring multiple credit cards. It’s a good idea to bring at least two options for making payments in case one card is lost or stolen. Keep them in a safe place, separate from each other.
  3. Inform your credit card company of your trip. A transaction in a foreign country or distant state can trigger concern from a provider that’s monitoring your purchases for fraud — and a declined or even disabled card as a result. Let them know you’re traveling at least a week in advance.
  4. Get foreign currency before you leave home. If you’re traveling abroad, contact your local branch to convert your U.S. dollars into foreign currency before your trip. Note: Please place all orders for foreign currency at least two days in advance. Fees may apply.
  5. Bring photocopies or photos of credit cards, debit cards, passports and other travel documents. If an item is lost or stolen, you’ll have the documentation you need to help customer service reps resolve an issue or embassy officials get your trip back on track. Travel safe!

Calculators

College

Loans

  • Payoff Calculator

    Find out how long until your loan is paid off with consistent regular payments.

  • Duration Calculator

    Want to pay off your loan sooner? See how additional monthly payments can affect your balance.

  • Payment Calculator

    Determine your loan payment based on the term and interest rate.

Home Financing

Retirement

Investment