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Business Banking

Additional Services

At United Legacy Bank, we know how important convenience is in today's busy world, so we are pleased to offer the following services:

Online Banking

Take control of your personal finances with our secure, efficient, and easy-to-use Online Banking product. It was designed to make your online banking experience easier and more convenient by allowing you to perform a multitude of banking transactions at anytime of the day.

Direct Deposit

Automatically deposit your paycheck into the account(s) of your choice without having to stand in line to cash a check. Funds are immediately available on payday with direct deposit.

Notary Public Services

We are happy to offer notary public service at no charge to account holders. The licensed notary is an objective party who verifies signatures needed on certain documents. Just bring the item you need notarized to any branch location.

Overdraft Protection

Overdraft protection authorizes United Legacy Bank to automatically advance funds from your savings account to your checking account to cover overdrafts.

Merchant Services

  • Enhance payment solutions with credit and debit card processing
  • Improve cash management
  • Allow your customers to choose the way they pay 

Business Credit Card*

  • Enhance your purchase power and control
  • Enjoy flexible billing options
  • Manage online account access

*Subject to credit approval

Equal Housing Lender Member FDIC
National Bank of Commerce and its divisions, United Legacy Bank, Reunion Bank of Florida, Private Bank of Buckhead (a/k/a Private Bank of Decatur), Patriot Bank, FirstAtlantic Bank, Premier Community Bank of Florida and First Landmark Bank, are the same FDIC-insured institution. Deposits held at National Bank of Commerce, United Legacy Bank, Reunion Bank of Florida, Private Bank of Buckhead (a/k/a Private Bank of Decatur), Patriot Bank, FirstAtlantic Bank, Premier Community Bank of Florida and First Landmark Bank are combined when determining the $250,000 federal deposit insurance limit per depositor for each account ownership category.