Contact a Treasury Services Representative to establish or change a target balance. Call 1-855-MY-MIDLAND (1-855-696-4352) and enter their name using our bank by phone system. During business hours, you can contact a Customer Care Specialist by pressing 0 and they will transfer your call to a Treasury Services Representative.
If you’re low on checks and need to reorder more for your account, you can handle this easily online or by phone.
- Log on to https://www.deluxe.com/shopdeluxe/home
- Enter the Midland States Bank routing number: 081204540
- Enter your Midland States Bank checking account number (found on your monthly bank statement or at the bottom of your current checks).
- Enter your zip code.
- Once signed in, follow the prompts to reorder additional checks.
If you don’t have a Midland checking account, you must use Express Pay to make fast one-time or recurring payments. Express Pay can be found under the “Business” tab under the "My Accounts" section called "Business Express Payments". It can also be found under the "Manage My Accounts" link within the "My Accounts" section.
If you have a Midland checking account, sign into your Online Banking account and your amount due should appear under “My Accounts.” You can pay loans by enrolling in Online Banking to set up automatic payments and use more advanced features through the Online Banking loan payment module. Customers with a Midland checking account may use Express Pay or Online Banking to pay loans.
It depends on the type of loan you have. You’ll be notified when the process is complete.
Interest rates are constantly changing. To receive an accurate interest rate quote, talk with your loan expert. If you like the rate you’re quoted, consider locking in that rate for a period of time.
All borrowers will need to fill out paperwork and sign for the loan to get approved.
Business Credit Cards
Visit our credit card page to learn more and fill out an application once you’re ready. You can also visit your local Midland States Bank branch to learn more and apply.
Why chip cards provide more security.
Chip cards—available for credit and debit—contain a microchip, providing advanced security when making purchases at chip terminals. Chip cards create a one-time code, so each transaction is unique. This prevents stolen information from being used to commit fraud.
Chip card technology isn’t a locator system. The chip only supports verification of card data when making a purchase.