Failed Bank Information Instructions for Depositors of IndyMac Bank, F.S.B., Pasadena, CA If you have an account or group of accounts that exceeds $100,000 you may need to complete certain declarations or affidavits and provide documentation so that the FDIC can make an insurance determination on your account(s). To expedite the handling of your accounts you may wish to complete these documents before calling the FDIC. If your deposits DO NOT exceed $100,000 you DO NOT need to complete these documents and you DO NOT need to contact the FDIC. If you placed your accounts directly with the failed institution and they are held in an IRA account, a business account, a single ownership account (and you have no trust accounts) or a joint account you DO NOT need to complete any of these forms. If you submit documents directly to the FDIC please write your Name and Account Number on all documents in the event a document gets separated. Also include your phone number and the best time to call. If you are an investor with a deposit broker, you may need to complete one of these forms only if your investment exceeds $100,000. However, you must mail your form to your deposit broker for submission to the FDIC. Forms that can be completed on line can be accessed at the FDIC website. You will then need to print the forms and either mail them to the FDIC at: FDIC as Receiver for IndyMac Bank, F.S.B Attention: Claims Agent-ITF Accounts Mail Stop 33.1 1601 Bryan Street Dallas, Texas 75201 or if you are not an investor of a Deposit Broker you may send them by facsimile (FAX) to the FDIC at (703) 465-4330 .