GSB CreditCenter

Free Credit Scores, Credit Report and Credit Monitoring are a FREE benefit for GSB Online Banking and Mobile Banking customers – there’s no credit card required.

Watch our video about the credit center
How to sign up for the free GSB CreditCenter:
If you're an existing GSB Customer with Online and/or Mobile Banking:
Log in to GSB Online Banking or your GSB Mobile Banking App and follow directions to sign up for GSB CreditCenter.

If you are an existing GSB Customer without Online or Mobile Banking:
Click Sign up for Online Banking and/or download the GSB Mobile Banking App and sign up for Mobile Banking. Then follow directions to sign up for GSB CreditCenter.

If you are a Non-GSB Customer:
Come in to any GSB office or click on Open an Account and follow directions to open an account. Once your new account has been funded, sign up for free GSB Online Banking and/or the Free GSB Mobile Banking App. Then follow the directions to sign up for GSB CreditCenter.

GSB Real-Time Alerts

GSB Real-Time Alerts will give you up-to-the-minute monitoring of your GSB accounts and you can set up alerts for more than forty different types of transactions and events including: Security Alerts, Low/High Balance Alerts, Transaction Alerts, Loan Alerts.

GSB Real-Time Alerts can be sent to you by your choice of any combination of email, text secure message, or mobile push notifications.

Setting Travel Notices

Planning to travel out of the area, such as out-of-state, out-of-the-country or just to Cape Cod? A Travel Notice on your GSB Debit Card will help prevent a Security Hold from occurring.
  • Mobile Banking App Users
  • Submit Travel Notices by clicking on “Cards” in the Mobile App, then scrolling to the “Manage Card”, selecting “Manage Travel Plans” and follow the prompts.
  • Non Mobile Banking App Users
  • Contact our Customer Service Center or any branch representative and tell them your travel plans including the dates and places. We will put a Travel Notice on your GSB Debit Card to help prevent a Security Hold from occurring.

How to Prevent Corporate Account Takeover (CATO)

When it comes to protecting sensitive financial information from hackers, there’s no substitute for good old-fashioned knowledge. A computer can be compromised very easily by visiting an infected website or by simply opening an email. There has been a steady increase in account takeovers since 2009 resulting in billions of dollars of damage. 
As a business owner, you should have a level of understanding about how to secure your computers that allows you to take proactive steps and avoid, or at least minimize most threats. 

Steps for Better Security:
• Use a dedicated computer for financial transactional activity. Do not use this computer for general web browsing and email.
• Apply operating system and application updates regularly (patches).
• Ensure that anti-virus/spyware software is installed, functional, and is updated with the most current version.
• Have host-based firewall software installed on computers.
• Use the latest version of internet browsers, such as Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome and keep patch up to date.
• Activate a “pop-up” blocker on internet browsers to prevent intrusions.
• Turn off your computer when not in use.
• Do not batch approve transactions; be sure to review and approve each one individually.
• Review your credit report/banking transactions regularly.
• Contact your information technology provider to determine the best way to safeguard the security of your computers and networks.

Experts advise following best practices, including using a dedicated computer, keeping patches and anti-virus up to date, installing a host-based firewall, verifying all transactions before approving, and reviewing bank transactions daily. These best practices should be the minimum-security baseline for every company’s online banking transactions.
Simply put, corporate account takeover is the business equivalent of personal identity theft. Hackers, backed by professional criminal organizations, are targeting small and medium businesses to obtain access to their web banking credentials or remove control of their computers. These hackers will then drain the deposit and credit lines of the compromised bank accounts, funneling the funds through mules that quickly redirect the monies overseas into hackers’ accounts.
If you believe your Greenfield Savings Bank account has been compromised, contact us immediately at 888-324-3191.

Teller Connect ATM's

    • Talk to a live teller via video.
    • Almost any transaction you do with a teller in our lobby or drive up, can be done with our Teller Connect ATM.
    • Teller Connect hours: 
      Weekdays: 8am to 6pm
      Saturdays: 9am to 1pm
Teller Connect Video    Teller Connect Drive-Up Video