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Welcome to Equity Bank in Guymon!

"Queen City of the Panhandle," Guymon, Oklahoma was founded in the late 1800's along a stretch of railway running from Liberal, Kansas to Texhoma, Texas. The town grew rapidly, becoming the county seat of Texas County when Oklahoma became a state in 1907. Despite the Dust Bowl ravishing the area in the 1930's, Guymon grew as more people entered the area after the discovery of natural gas nearby.

Guymon is home to the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo, a Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame rodeo, drawing hundreds of competitors from across the nation every year, as well as six sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Guymon Academy Street Location Information

1754 N Academy St.

Guymon, OK 73942 

Call: (580) 338-8461 

Bank Manager
Lobby Hours
Lost or Stolen Card?

Terrie Matthews

(580) 338-8461

M-F: 7:30am - 6pm

Sat: 8am - 12pm

(800) 383-8000

Feel the freedom.

When you have a checking account with us, you get a debit card that makes every ATM an Equity Bank ATM. Let’s paint the picture. You’ve got to grab some cash, but you’re far away from any of your bank’s ATMs, so you use the one closest to you. Before you get your cash, the machine will force you to agree to a fee. Some of these ATM fees now average more than $5. Yikes.
Go ahead and accept the fee. When you bank with us, your debit card will block ATM fees from ever showing up in your account. Take that, ATM bullies.
 Guymon Academy St. Banking Services

We know that banking can be confusing. That’s why we try to make it as simple as possible. With Equity Bank, what you see is what you get. We don’t like hidden fees and we offer great services like online banking, bill pay, free mobile app, Apple Pay, Android Pay, mobile check deposit, and you can pay your friends. What we don’t have is ATM fees! That’s right, they’re blocked on any ATM in the nation. We also offer checking accounts with no monthly fee when you sign up for e-statements.


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