At The Bank of Glen Burnie, we take our responsibility towards accessibility very seriously. We are committed to ensuring that our products and services are accessible to all customers and the public, regardless of disability status.
Individuals who need a reasonable accommodation to access The Bank of Glen Burnie’s products and services should send an email to email@example.com or call us at 1-800-870-8612 to provide the date on which the reasonable accommodation is needed and the information about the nature of the requested accommodation. Requests should include contact information and depending on the nature of the request, The Bank of Glen Burnie may need sufficient notice to provide reasonable accommodation.
AudioEye Website Accessibility Certification
The AudioEye Certification seal represents a commitment to accessibility and inclusion. The AudioEye certification process involves automatic and manual testing with the goal of meeting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA Standards. AudioEye certifies that our website has been optimized for assistive technology users. Regular testing is conducted to maintain an ongoing audit of our website, which will continue to be enhanced for optimal accessibility and usability.
We strive to make our technology accessible and continuously work to enhance our website to increase accessibility and usability for all our customers, including those with disabilities.
As a first priority, our website has leveraged the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as a reference to ensure the web content made available from our site is more accessible for individuals with disabilities and user-friendly for everyone. These globally recognized best practices (as recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium) consist of three levels of accessibility measurement (A, AA, and AAA). To the greatest extent feasible, we have elected to conform to Level AA of these guidelines. From this perspective, our website is monitored and tested by internal resources and by AudioEye, a third-party provider of web accessibility testing and monitoring. Find more information about federal guidelines concerning web accessibility and ADA compliance at the following sites:
- Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act: Information and news about the accessibility standards introduced by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act
- Department of Justice Section 508: Section 508 specifics from the Department of Justice
- U.S. Access Board: Design guidelines for electronic and information technology
Adjust your Computer’s Settings for a Better Experience
We recommend using the most current versions of the computer-based assistive technology applications and browsers. There are easy-to-use controls for adjusting the size and colors of content on a web page. There are no ideal content size or color combinations for all users. By using the controls provided by your browser, you can personalize the content presentation to suit your needs. Keeping your browsers up to date will ensure that you have the most options for accessibility. Newer browsers tend to provide more display options to make content accessible and may work better with assistive technologies.
The Bank of Glen Burnie’s website contains links to web pages hosted by third parties. The Bank of Glen Burnie does not make representations regarding the accessibility of third-party website and is unable to remediate accessibility barriers on such websites.
Contact Information for Accessibility Questions
If you have difficulty using or accessing any element of our website, please notify us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 1-800-870-8612. In your communication, please specify the nature of the accessibility difficulty, including the URL/web address. We will work with you to provide the information you seek through a communication method that is accessible for you.