Make The Switch

It can be seem overwhelming to make the change to a new a bank, but switching doesn't have to be painful. Midland makes it quick and easy.

To make the switch, simply follow the steps below.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to give us a call or stop in one of our branches today.

Step 1

Open your new account. You'll need to come in to one of our branches to get set up. We will walk you through the options available and help find the account that's right for you. 

To learn more about the accounts before coming in, check out the options at the link below.

Checking Accounts

Step 2 

If you're using automatic bill pay, you'll want to make sure you don't experience a disruption in payment. Identify all of the automatic bills that are paid from your old account, including the day that they're paid. You can then setup automatic bill payment with your new Midland account. If you have any questions or need any help getting started, our team is here for you.

Step 3

Many employers offer direct deposit for their employees. If you're currently receiving your paycheck (or other payments) through direct deposit, you'll want to make sure you update your direct deposit accounts. Your employer will likely have a form for you to use to update your account.

Step 4

Close your old account! Say goodbye to your old bank and hello to Midland. We're glad to have you as part of our family!