In this global economy, Citizens National Bank wants to make it as easy as possible for you to travel and do business internationally. Our international services allow you to access the funds you need and make your travel experience just a little bit more convenient.
You can order over 50 currencies from Travelex online, locking in the best rates and leaving you with one less thing to worry about for your next trip. Whether you're looking to exchange your dollars to euros or one of the many other currencies, all you need to do is select the foreign currency you'll need for your trip, and then choose between home delivery or pickup.
If you need to order Foreign Currency our customer service representatives at any of our offices would be happy to help you. Foreign Currency may be purchased with a credit card or your Citizens National Bank debit card and will be delivered to your home. Currency orders must be a minimum of $250.
If you'd like to view the current foreign currency exchange rate before ordering, click here.
Rely on the Mastercard® Travelex Money Card, a prepaid currency card, for peace of mind on your trip.
- Load your card with your choice of 6 available currencies -
Euros, British pounds, Australian dollars, Japanese yen, Canadian dollars and Mexican pesos.
- Lock in your exchange rate.
- No ATM charges overseas.
- Tap and pay contactless technology.
- Use your card aboard at millions of locations.
If you need to order a Travelex Money Card our customer service representatives at any of our offices would be happy to help you. The Travelex Money Card may be purchased with a credit card or your Citizens National Bank debit card and will be delivered to your home.
Citizens National Bank offers International Wire service for our customers. If you have a need for this service, visit your local CNB office and a customer service representative will obtain a quote for you based upon your individual needs. Businesses which utilize our Online for Business
product are able to initiate these themselves right from their office. To learn more, contact a business banking officer