Enterprise Bank has altered several of its policies to meet customers’ needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For the next 90 days, the bank has eliminated penalties for early withdrawal from certificates of deposit and surcharge fees on withdrawals from ATMs not affiliated with Enterprise Bank.

Enterprise has also waived its business mobile deposit fee and will provide a $5,000 daily limit for consumer mobile deposit. The Enterprise Bank debit card is compatible with Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay.

“We understand that you may be facing financial hardship and uncertainty due to this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Our bankers are available to review your individual situation and help determine the appropriate solutions,” Enterprise CEO Jack Clancy said in a news release.

Last week, Enterprise closed all of its lobbies to walk-ins. All branches continue to offer normal drive-up and ATM services. Customers can deposit checks, pay bills, check account balances, make transfers and more via online and mobile banking.

Enterprise has drive-up teller services in various locations, including Chelmsford, Dracut, Fitchburg, Leominster, Billerica, Acton, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro and Westford.

The bank has had an emergency pandemic plan in place since it was established 31 years ago, Clancy told The Sun last week. Branches are frequently disinfected, and those who aren’t working from home are encouraged to wash their hands and stay 6 feet apart, he said.

“Although we may not be able to meet face to face right now, we are fully here for you in other ways. Your well-being is at the forefront of every decision we make, and we will navigate through this crisis together,” Clancy said a release.

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