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The First National Bank of Wellston and Jackson provides clients with various banking options. The bank primarily provides its services to the state of Ohio. It offers a wide range of products/services, including NOW and money market accounts, fabulous 50 checking, Christmas club, individual retirement accounts as well as certificates of deposit. The bank provides a variety of lending options, such as mortgage, home improvement, manufactured home, auto, recreational vehicle, personal and commercial loans. In addition, The First National Bank of Wellston and Jackson provides ATM/debit cards, Safe Deposit boxes, savings bonds, wire transfers and direct deposits. The bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and is an Equal Housing Lender.

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Phone: (740) 384-2355

TollFree: (877) 684-2146


First National Bank Of Wellston

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An Ohio homeowner is furious after a bank mistakenly repossessed her home.

Katie Barnett came after two weeks away to find her locks changed.

Barnett called police and found out a repo man mistook her home for the one across the street.

Some of the items in her home had been hauled away; others were sold, some given away and even trashed.

Barnett said the First National Bank in Wellston, Ohio foreclosed on her home, even though it was not her bank.

"When I found it, it was knocked over on this floor with a leg broken off," Barnett said.

"We had a seven piece patio set out here. All of that's gone."

Barnett gave the bank president an $18,000 dollar estimate to replace the losses, but she said he refused to pay retail value.

The bank president claimed they are trying to come to terms with Barnett.

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