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About the Bank
The Bank of Cadiz was chartered April 22, 1970 and opened for business on August 7, 1970 in a temporary location at Main and Brown Streets in Cadiz, Trigg County, Kentucky. Some 200 shareholders invested in the bank after being organized by George Bleidt, William E. Fuller, John O. Hill, T. Lacy Jones, Vance Leneave, Willard Lester, Boyd Thomas, M.W. "Chuck" Thomas, Roger Thomas, Ross Thomas and others.
Bank of Cadiz and Trust Company Fees
- National Average
- Monthly Inactivity N/A $6
- Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft) N/A $30
- Stop Payment item N/A $27
- Return Deposit N/A $13
- Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound) N/A $22
- Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound) N/A $10
- Non-Bank ATM N/A $1.0
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Latest Customer Reviews
Reviewed By Marauder Jul 16, 2015
Is Your Money Safe?
If your credit card was stolen, would you expect to pay for any of those inappropriate charges?
NO. This is why the credit card company has insurance to protect you when criminals take advantage. Similarly, the bank has insurance to protect its customers when criminals take advantage.
If someone forged checks in your name, would you expect to pay for those forged checks?
NO. You would expect the bank to cover those fraudulent charges by going after the criminal who stole from you. This is why you keep your money in a bank rather than at home. Bank of Cadiz did nothing to alert my elderly grandfather of any fraudulent charges and has done nothing to reimburse him for those charges.
Don't let this happen to YOU.
You could lose THOUSANDS.
Move your money to a SAFER place.
Dr. Don Taylor, Ph.D., CFA, CFP * Bankrate.com
"If the bank made an error in cashing a check with a forgery, the bank is completely liable. It's pretty simple when it comes to ownership of the check. The bank goes back to the last person to sign it, and that is whom they collect from. If the bank gave cash to someone, its recourse is against that person. If the bank can't find that person, or if the person whose endorsement was forged signs an affidavit of forgery, then the bank is out the money."
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