First Horizon Bank Announces Adjustment To Drive-Thru Service Only, Lobby Visits By Appointment

Monday, March 23, 2020

First Horizon Bank announced beginning Monday they are adjusting services at banking centers to drive-thru only to help keep customers and employees as safe as possible. Lobbies will be available by appointment only.

Drive-thru services include:
Get a cashier’s check;
Make commercial deposits (single or multiple); or
Non-customer check cashing.

The following banking services can also be completed on the First Horizon mobile app:
Check balances;
Deposit checks;
Pay bills or add on/delete within bill pay;
Transfer funds; and
View and search transactions.

Due to the lack of drive-thru services at the downtown Chattanooga branch, lobby hours will be by appointment only. Customers looking for nearby drive-thru service can visit the branch in North Chattanooga, located at 1 Cherokee Blvd.


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