Current Statement: The “Current Statement” link displays all the transactions that have occurred during the current cycle. Previous Business Day: The “Previous Business Day” link displays all transactions that occurred the previous business day. Previous Statement: The “Previous Statement” link displays all the transactions that occurred since the last statement cycle. Transaction Menu: The Transaction Menu supplies an all-in-one page listing of account information. From this page, account balances, deposit information, and current account information can be viewed.
Current Business Day: The “Current Business Day” link displays all the transactions that are pending for the current business day.
Current Statement: The “Current Statement” link displays all the transactions that have occurred during the current cycle.
Previous Business Day: The “Previous Business Day” link displays all transactions that occurred the previous business day.
Previous Statement: The “Previous Statement” link displays all the transactions that occurred since the last statement cycle.
Transaction Menu: The Transaction Menu supplies an all-in-one page listing of account information. From this page, account balances, deposit information, and current account information can be viewed.
Check images can be viewed on all check transactions except for current day transactions. Check images can only be viewed if your financial institution has the capability to capture and image your cancelled checks. To view a check image, click on any of the following options: “Current Statement”, “Previous Business Day”, or Previous Statement”. Click the hyperlink in the “Check Number” Column of the check image you wish to view. This will display the front of the check. To view the back of the check, simply click the “View Back of Check” link. You can also use the Check Image Search. This allows you to search by check number and date.
Yes. You can access all of your bank accounts online. Once you have enrolled one account, you can add additional accounts by contacting a bank representative. Then you will be able to use the same User ID and Password to view information about all of your accounts.
Your Current Balance is the money that is in your account at the moment. Your Available Balance includes your available line of credit and any Memo posts that are pending at the time of your inquiry.
A memo is a note that is attached to your account when you have made a transaction on your account, but the bank has not actually processed the transaction. Common Memo transactions include debit card transactions, line of credit advances and ATM activity. When the bank processes the transaction, the Memo will be removed and a debit or credit will replace it. The one exception to this process is a debit card transaction. If the merchant where you used your debit card does not process that transaction the same day, the Memo debit will be taken off your account, and your account will be credited back the amount.
Using the Account Summary feature of Internet Banking will give you the most current balance available, including any recent transactions/purchases. But, a transaction cannot be viewed until it has actually posted to your account.
If you forget your password or enter it incorrectly, an error will be displayed on the screen and allow you to login again. After 3 unsuccessful attempts, your account will be locked. This means that you will have to contact the bank and ask if your internet banking account can be re-activated. The bank representative will be able to generate a new random password for you. The first time you login, you will be required to change your password. If you have any questions, please contact your bank representative for assistance.
A stop payment is a time-sensitive matter. The most efficient way to place a stop payment is to call a bank representative.
Please call us, and a bank representative will assist you.
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Deposits sent via direct deposit or ACH are posted to accounts on the same day they are sent. It is not possible for us to determine how long it will take to receive a deposit via U.S. Mail; however, all deposits will post on the same business day they are received, but may not be immediately available. Customers are encouraged to ensure that their deposit posts to an account prior to initiating any transactions.
The Account Summary page may not reflect some items that are pending for processing. Please refer to the account transactions within the Account Detail to see which items have posted to your account.
If you are unsure of a transaction on your account, please call one of our bank representatives at to assist you.
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Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a security code that allows the Internet Banking system to verify that a request to access your account is authorized by you. Your confidential PIN prevents unauthorized use and ensures complete security when making transactions on your accounts.
When selecting a PIN, use something that is not easily guessed- avoid birthdays and addresses. Avoid using the same PIN each time, and use different PINs for each account. Memorize your PIN. Do not write it on the back of your card or keep it with you. Since the PIN is for security purposes, you should not disclose it to anyone. To select a PIN, please refer to the PIN Request pages within Account Services.