The Answers to Our Banking FAQs
To save you time and trouble, Great Southern Bank has compiled a wealth of information here on our website for your perusal. Browse our Banking FAQs to get started on your journey to financial security.
Contact an associate at 1-800-717-4923 to activate your Shazam debit card or reset the pin number.
Once you enroll in our online banking at www.gsnb.com, you can access the bill payment service as well as many other features.
We publish a deposit rate sheet that is accessible to all of our retail employees. Please contact your local banker to determine the best rate and term for your needs.
Yes, we handle 15, 20, and 30 year mortgages. Please contact your local branch for more information.
Opening an account with Great Southern Bank is easy. From our location list on our website, select the full service location that is most convenient for you. Bring two forms of local identification and come experience a welcome like you’ve never had before. It’s important that all account owners or signers come along to sign important documents, too.
As a Great Southern Bank customer, you have the opportunity to safely wire funds to or from your account. Contact your local bank representative to complete the proper paperwork.
We make every effort to make the address change process seamless for you. Visit your local office and we’ll be happy to change your address.
Yes, we can accommodate any type of Automatic Clearing House (ACH) transaction to include direct deposit and accounts receivables.
Once the transfer option has been added to your online account, you may transfer money between accounts that you have ownership rights to.
Great Southern Bank offers the ability to debit your loan payment from your Great Southern Bank checking account or your checking account at another bank.
Contact an operations associate during business hours at 601-485-0948. After business hours, contact 1-800-383-8000.
Contact your local bank's customer service department to complete the proper paperwork to stop the draft.
Contact your local bank's customer service department to complete the proper paperwork to protect your account.