Debit & Credit Cards

Mastercard® Debit Cards

A Mastercard® Debit Card from Bedford Federal Savings Bank is a convenient way to pay for your purchases without writing a check. The funds are debited directly from your checking account. In addition, you have the added convenience of using the card at Bedford Bank ATMs—free of charge. Tracking purchases is easy as every debit card purchase appears on your monthly checking statement.

Please note: Use of non-Bedford Bank ATMs may result in ATM fees charged by Bedford Bank and other financial institutions.

To report fraud on your debit card, please call 866-948-3511.
To report your debit card lost or stolen, please call 866-948-3511.

VISA® Platinum Credit Card

You chose to bank with us for a reason, now we're giving you one more—the VISA® Platinum Credit Card with a variety of features and benefits! At Bedford Federal Savings Bank, our industry leading credit card products offer competitive pricing combined with a full range of reward options - making it easy to select and apply for the card that meets your needs.

  • Reward Points are earned for every net dollar spent. Points can be redeemed for merchandise, rental cars, cruises, and airline travel. Airline tickets are good on any airline with no blackout dates.
  • State of the art security and fraud monitoring
  • Hometown convenience and personal customer service located in the U.S.
  • Travel Accident Insurance—coverage applied when the entire cost of the fare (less redeemable certificates, vouchers, or coupons) has been charged to the card. Your account must be in good standing. Restrictions to coverage may apply.

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Check Ordering

Avoid hassles and reorder checks online! It is quick, easy, and you can check the status of your check order. For security purposes, personal information such as names and addresses cannot be changed with online orders. Have a personal check handy for information that will be requested to complete the order.

Safe Deposit Boxes

A safe deposit box at Bedford Federal Savings Bank is a great way to keep your valuables and important documents secure. When opening a safe deposit box, you may:

  • Choose from several different box sizes and pricing
  • Access your box during regular business hours
  • Select one of two convenient bank locations

Please note: The contents of Safe Deposit Boxes ARE NOT insured by the FDIC or by Bedford Federal Savings Bank. Please take the necessary precautions to insure your valuable documents and items adequately.

Rate Information

Deposit Interest Rates

We do not accept deposits from outside our normal trade area.


Our Certificates of Deposit offer a wide range of competitive terms and rates to choose from. $1,000.00 minimum to open, maturities ranging from 3 months to 5 years, tiered rates

  • Substantial penalty for early withdrawal

Contact us today to see how we can help!

1 All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.
2 Please contact a loan officer for current interest rates, disclosures of closing costs, and other charges for the loan product that you are interested in.

Cyber Security - Help Prevent Fraud

Americans live in a mobile society, relying on smartphones, tablets, and computers to gather news, make purchases, interact with friends and family, and connect with financial institutions. Increasingly, cybercriminals compromise the networks that support these devices. This often results in identity theft, which can also yield financial losses and decreased safety for consumers. A recent report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) found that computer hackers have stolen the personal information of approximately 40 million U.S. residents.

Bedford Federal Savings Bank offers tips to help consumers avoid having their online financial information disrupted or stolen. Bedford Federal, along with more than 6,000 community banks across the country, urge consumers to remain vigilant and protect themselves from potential credit card and bank fraud.

  • When sending sensitive information via the Internet, make sure 'https:' appears in the address bar. This means the information you are transmitting is encrypted.
  • Ensure the wireless network you use is password-protected. Choose a strong password and update it frequently for your work and home wireless networks. Likewise, always use a passcode on your mobile phone or tablet to stop an unauthorized user from accessing your device.
  • Don't enter sensitive information into your phone when others can see what you're entering.
  • Set the privacy settings on frequented social network sites. Cybercriminals often learn about people and their families and friends via social media to attempt to spoof or phish you and your network.
  • Remain cautious of someone who isn't who they say they are or if the name and area don't match what appears on caller ID. This is often how spoofing occurs.
  • Never respond to text messages, emails, or phone calls from companies alleging to be your bank, government officials or business representatives that request your banking ID, account numbers, username, or password.
  • Do not click on links sent to you from unknown sources via text message because they are likely malware.
  • Beware of 'get rich quick' schemes. Never voluntarily give out your bank account information or security credentials.

To learn more about Cybersecurity, please visit the FDIC Website

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