Does your bank website meet the ADA requirements for banks? 

ADA litigation against small community bank and credit union websites is rising

YES! I want to make my bank’s website ADA compliant and accessible to everyone.

Complete our ADA Consultation Form at right to get started. Happy with your bank’s website host, or locked into a contract?

Call Ira H. Aurit, CEO at 800.314.5660 for information about ADA compliance options for your bank’s website.

Have you received an ADA demand letter? Click here.

ADA Website violations could result in civil penalties up to $110,000.

Does your bank’s website comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? In the past year the Department of Justice (DOJ), special interest groups, and enterprising law firms have threatened lawsuits against hundreds of banks related to ADA website violations, and filed suits against many – costing community banks like yours thousands of dollars in legal fees and settlements. It is simple – avoid problems and comply with the ADA requirements for banks.

For example, if it is found that your bank or credit union website violates title III of the ADA, which relates to “public accommodation,” a federal court may hit your bank with civil penalties of up to $55,000 for the first violation and $110,000 for any subsequent violation.

With BankSITE® Services you can be up and running with a new, ADA compliant website within 30 days


BankSITE Services has already made over 75 community bank websites ADA Compliant to ensure their websites meet WCAG 2.0, AA compliance, the level recommended by industry groups. We can do the same for you at a fraction of the cost quoted by other companies. Shortly, if you need ADA compliance for banks, we got the right solution for you.

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ADA Title III Violations

ADA Title III violations are related to web accessibility. Web Accessibility is about providing equal access to web environments for people with disabilities because for many, the web is broken. If not coded properly, a website may not work for all users, in particular for users of Assistive Technology (AT), like a Screen Reader.

More Information:

Web Content
Accessibility Guidelines
(WCAG) 2.0

Department of Justice ADA Responsibilities