Privacy & Terms

Here you will find information about our Privacy Policy, Statement Disclosure, Terms & Conditions for using the website, and our Website Accessibility Compliance Policy.

Privacy Policy

We are committed to keeping your information private. Our Privacy Policy is available here as a downloadable PDF.

Statement Disclosure

Our Statement Disclosure is available here as a downloadable PDF.

Terms & Conditions

The following terms and conditions apply to the use of the Willamette Community Bank web site. By accessing this site and any of its pages, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions below, do not access this site, or any pages in it.

Copyright Willamette Community Bank 2017. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright in the pages and in the screens displaying the pages, and in the information and material therein is owned by Willamette Community Bank, unless otherwise indicated.

Intended Use Of Information

Content of this web site is presented for information purposes only and is subject to change. Information presented about specific products and services does not constitute an offer of any kind. Your eligibility for any particular product or service is subject to application, review, and approval by Willamette Community Bank.

Availability Of Banking Products And Services

The banking services of Willamette Community Bank are generally provided to customers in the Bank’s primary market area and may not be available in all geographic areas.

Use Of Email

E-mail is not secure. Any information that you send by e-mail may be intercepted or accessed by persons other than the intended receiver. You should not send any confidential personal information, such as account numbers or social security numbers, by e-mail. E-mail attachments are a common source of computer viruses. Any e-mail attachment, if sent from an “infected” computer, even if from a reliable sender, may contain a virus.

Use Of Hyperlinks To Other Sites

Hyperlinks (“links”) to other web sites are used at your own risk. The content, accuracy, opinions expressed, and other links provided by these web sites are not investigated, verified, monitored, or endorsed by Willamette Community Bank. Willamette Community Bank is not responsible for information about you that you provide or that is obtained from you through the use of “cookies” placed on your computer when you visit other web sites. Willamette Community Bank is not liable for any damage caused by computer viruses that you may obtain by downloading files from any source on the Internet.

Online Banking Login For Authorized Users Only

Access to ONLINE BANKING is limited to authorized users only. Any unauthorized attempt to enter secured ONLINE BANKING is prohibited by federal law and will be reported to law enforcement agencies.

Website Accessibility Compliance Policy

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the rules for its implementation, Willamette Community Bank (Bank) is committed to making the pages of as accessible as they can be to all users, including those with disabilities. If you have difficulty accessing material on the Bank’s website, using appropriate adaptive technology, or have a suggestion about how to improve the website’s accessibility, please let us know. The Bank welcomes your assistance in making its website better for everyone.

The Bank’s website uses XHTML, XML, HTML5, CSS, and a WordPress CMS. Its goal is to provide online content and services that conform to the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), version 2.0, Level AA. If the Bank becomes aware that a piece of content does not conform to these Guidelines, it will act with reasonable swiftness to update the content to conform to the Guidelines, or remove it, if it is possible to do so.

Some content on the Bank’s website is produced in portable document format (PDF). In order to improve viewing these files, please download the latest version of Adobe Reader, which is available for free on the Adobe website. Alternative formats are also provided, where possible.

Accessibility and Third-Party Online Service Providers

The Bank works with third-party providers, organizations, and entities (service providers) who provide various online functions and services on the Bank’s behalf. These service providers are solely responsible for the accessibility compliance of the services they provide. The Bank’s compliance standard is that the service provider must conform, at a minimum, to the same standards the Bank does. If the Bank is notified that a service provider is not conforming to these standards and the ensuing investigation confirms this, the Bank will provide a reasonable time frame for the service provider to obtain compliance. If compliance is not obtained, the Bank may seek another service provider, if one is available, or may discontinue the service.

The Bank is not responsible for the accessibility of any non-Bank or non-service provider website linked to our website since we cannot control the content of those sites or how they have been built. Such sites could include informational sites of interest or government websites. If it is determined that such sites are not compliant with the Guidelines, the Bank will determine if the content provided outweighs the need for accessibility or may choose remove the link.

Website Accessibility Statement Updates

The Bank reserves the right to update this accessibility statement, including the accessibility compliance standard, to provide improved accessibility, to ensure conformance with current laws and regulations, or for any other reason the Bank deems relevant.


The Bank is continually seeking solutions that will bring all areas of its website to the same level of overall web accessibility. If you experience any difficulty accessing the Bank’s website content, using appropriate adaptive technology, please contact us at 541.926.9000. We will respond within three (3) days with remediated content or let you know if additional time is required or remediation is not possible.