Make the Switch!

Hamilton Bank Switch Kit

We’ve made it easier for you to move your automatic direct deposits and payments by providing letters you can print off and mail to the institutions that are sending deposits or receiving payments from your account.

Use these convenient forms to change your automatic/direct payments and deposits to your new account.

  1. Notice of Change for Automatic Payments (PDF)
  2. Notice of Change for Direct Deposits (PDF)
  3. Notice of Change for Payroll Direct Deposits (PDF)
  4. Notice to Close Account (PDF)

Note: To change Social Security Payments, call 800-772-1213. Do not send a letter.

Our Customer Service Representatives will be glad to help you fill out required forms.

Notice of Change for Automatic Payments

Use this form to redirect automatic payments from the account at your previous f financial institution to your account at The Hamilton Bank.

  • Mortgage and other loan payments
  • Insurance premium payments
  • Utility payments
  • Credit Card payments

Information needed for each:

  • Name and address of company that charges your account
  • Your billing account number
  • Your previous bank account and routing numbers*
  • Your new THB account and routing number*

*These numbers are on the bottom line of your check.

Notice of Change for Direct Deposits

Information needed:

  • Name and address of institution making deposit to your account.
  • Your social security number.
  • Your previous bank account and routing numbers.*
  • Your new THB account and routing numbers.*

*These numbers are on the bottom line of your check.

Notice of Change for Payroll Direct Deposit

Use this form to redirect direct deposits from your employer to a new account at The Hamilton Bank.

Information needed:

  • Employer’s name and address.
  • Your social security number.
  • Your previous bank account and routing number.*
  • Your new THB account and routing numbers.*

*These numbers are on the bottom line of your check

Notice to Close Account

Use this form to request your previous financial institution to send you the balance of your account. This should be done advisedly so that no outstanding checks are inadvertently returned unpaid. Our customer service representatives would be glad to assist you in making these calculations.

Information needed:

  • Previous financial institution’s name and address.
  • Previous account number.
  • Name(s) of all joint account owner(s) of the account.