News & Events
Lobbies opened June 1, 2020
We opened our lobbies June 1, 2020 and have resumed normal business hours. Fidelity Federal is taking precautionary steps to protect our customers and our employees.
PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM
As we all are trying to adapt during this time of uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus, Fidelity Federal is taking precautionary steps to help protect our customers and our employees.
We would like to remind you that our ATMs are always available, and we strongly recommend that you use our remote digital banking services. We also encourage the use of electronic transactions whenever possible that can reduce or eliminate the handling of money and paper checks that could possibly carry the virus.
Our ONLINE and MOBILE SERVICES
OTHER WAYS WE CAN HELP
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about enrolling and using our online and mobile banking services, or to learn more about how we can help.
Ana M Babiasz
Fraudsters and Cyber actors are always looking for opportunities to capitalize on global events, especially high-profile ones like COVID-19. Hackers use the fear and uncertainty surrounding such events to spread misinformation as well as trick individuals into sharing personal information and sending money to an unknown recipient. Thus, it is important during this situation and always, to remain extra vigilant in our personal and professional digital lives.
Delaware County Fair Opening DaySaturday September 18th, 2021
We look forward to seeing you at the 2021 fair.
Fidelity Federal Customer/Community Shred It Day and Retired Flag CollectionSaturday: CANCELLED due to Corona Virus Precautions and Restrictions - See you in 2021
Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan cancelled it's 7th Annual "Shred It" Day for customers and members of the Delaware Community. The event would normally take place in the Kroger parking lot close to our office at 1940 St. Rt. 37 W - Westfield Center. A limit of 6-8 boxes of paper only is requested. The "Shred It" truck will be on site and shred documents immediately.
Retired U.S.A. flags will be collected for proper destruction by the Veterans Services and/or Wilbur Bills Fire Station. The United States Flag Code outlines proper flag etiquette for everything from properly folding a flag to flying a flag correctly. It even describes how to retire an American flag respectfully. The U.S. Flag code states that, "the flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning." Thus, when a flag is torn and tattered beyond repair, it is time for it to be retired.
2019 Shred Day Recap:
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2019 Shred It event. We shredded 4.000 lbs of paper in 3 hours at the 6th Annual event.
Redefine “Bankers Hours”
Are you using Internet Banking, eStatements and Mobile Banking? If not, sign up today or stop in one of our offices and we will be glad to help you get started! Once you use these services, you will wonder - WOW, how did I manage before!