We are here to help people and businesses in our community succeed by meeting their unique financial needs and providing the high quality service they expect and deserve.
Commercial Capital Bank began operations in February 1999. The original directors of the bank were: Charles A. Black, David F. Cooper, III, Robert A. Dawson, Jerry G. Ezell, Joe David Jones, William G. Loftin, Wilfred B. McEacharn, Shelton T. Parker, Lawrence W. Pickett, Jr., Donald M. Raley and Larry G. Tubbs. We have expanded from a single location to now having 3 full service locations and one Loan Production Office.
Our number one goal is customer service and maintaining a home town banking experience.
This is important because it means that all of the banking decisions that affect our customers are made right here by local bank officers and directors who live in our community and know most of our customers by name. Our bank officers and employees regard our customers as more than an account number.
Our customers are our friends. We are proud of that – and we plan to keep it that way
We are dedicated to providing you with friendly, personalized service. When you call our bank, you will talk to a real person – not a machine. And if you need a question answered, we will respond with prompt, personal attention.
The directors, officers and employees of Commercial Capital Bank sincerely appreciate the confidence our customers and friends have in us by allowing us to be their bank of choice.
We are thankful for the opportunity to serve our community – and we pledge to maintain and strengthen the banking relationships that we have built over the years.
What Can We Do For You?
Note: Please do not put any account information, personal information, or confidential information in an e-mail.
Has your card been stolen or misplaced?
To reduce your exposure to fraud, we urge you to contact us immediately. Your existing card will be cancelled, we will review your most recent charges with you to confirm the presence of fraudulent use, and a new card will be ordered for you.
What will you need?
When reporting your card lost or stolen, you may be asked to confirm some of the following information for identity purposes:
- Account holder’s name, date of birth, and social security number.
- The date of your last valid transaction, location, and the amount.
- Account address and phone number.
- Account phone passcode.