Let's Get Prepared

Are you prepared to do your banking from home in case of an emergency?


Just like the CDC serves as a resource to guide and protect against health threats, your friends at Watertown Savings Bank are here to help you plan and prepare for any emergency which may prevent you from coming to the bank.

We offer many products and services that allow you to do your banking from anywhere at any time. 


  • Direct Deposit is a great way to have your paycheck automatically deposited to your Watertown Savings Bank account. Plus, you save a trip to the bank. 
  • Our Debit Card gives you the convenience of making purchases right from your checking account. You can also use it at the ATM machine to get cash when the bank is closed. 
  • Online Banking lets you manage all your accounts from one central location.  Make payments; transfer funds; check your balance and transaction histories; search and view deposited checks and more.
  • Mobile Banking literally puts WSB in the palm of your hand. All the same features as our Online Banking but manage it all from your smartphone or tablet.  You can also utilize the built-in Mobile Deposit feature and deposit a check to your account just by taking a picture of it without ever having to set foot in the bank.
  • Like paying for things through your phone? With Virtual Debit Pay, you can store your WSB Debit Card right on your smartphone to make everyday purchases in app, in person or online.  Works with Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay.

We recommend that you take advantage of the available products and resources for 24/7 self-service banking and account access.  They’re free, convenient and secure.  You may never need to do your banking remotely but being prepared by having those products may make your life easier if you do.

We value our relationship with you and appreciate the trust you place in us as your local bank.  And while nothing can replace helping you in person, we want you to know that we’ve got you covered for whatever the reason when making it to the bank just isn’t an option.