About Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

Basic Information.

Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank
63 Central Street
Woodsville, NH 03785

Status: Active

2 client reviews-Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank scored 1 out of 5.

Concentration:Commercial Lending Specialization
FDIC Insurance:1959-07-02
FDIC Cert:#18031
Holden By:Guaranty Bancorp, Inc.
Charter Class:Savings banks, state charter, supervised by the FDIC
# of Branches:9, ranked #1155
Total Assets:$428,905,000, ranked #1586
Total Deposits:$323,303,000, ranked #1720
Total Equity Capital:$41,171,000, ranked #1801
Total Domestic Deposits:$323,303,000, ranked #1720
Net Income:$1,909,000, ranked #2337
Quarterly Net Income:$648,000, ranked #2362
Return on Assets:1%, ranked #958
Quarterly Return on Assets:1%, ranked #1072
Return on Equity:6%, ranked #3899
Quarterly Return on Equity:6%, ranked #3954

Routing Numbers.

In our record, the routing number for Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank is 211770132. The following is the information for the routing number of 211770132.

FedACH Routing

Name:Woodsville Guaranty
P. O. Box 266

Woodsville, NH 03785
Type:Main Office
Servicing Fed’s Main Office :011000015,
Change Date:06/30/2014

Fedwire Routing

Name:Woodsville Guaranty Savings
Woodsville, NH
Funds Transfer Status:Eligible
Book-Entry Securities Transfer Status:Eligible

2 thoughts on “About Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank”

  1. have been with bank 11 yrs.never had an overdraft/or any other problems.my pay pal account ran a charge thru by mistake instead of putting on my on my credit card creating an overdraft.it was run thru 3 times before i was notified by the bank.it ran up $84.00 in charges when i explained to them it was put on by mistake that it was not my fault, could they at least cut the charges down they would not hear of it. i honestly can say that their are plenty of banks in the area that will treat you a lot better. pay pal did credit me half the charges back unlike woodsville there a good company to deal with.

  2. Been with the bank for more than 10 years and account was closed because of some financial hardships. You would think a hometown bank would have more of a “soul”.

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