It’s easy! Simply log in to online banking, choose the respective account and select the “Show More Detail” button to display the account’s information. From there, you’ll find the following information:
Your account information is located specifically at the bottom of your check. Beginning from left to right, you’ll see your:
We care about protecting your personal information! As a safety measure and to prevent unwanted access to your account, we may ask you a challenge question or to provide a one-time passcode to access your online banking account.
Challenge Questions: These are generated from public records and may involve information from several years ago, such as past vehicle registrations. If you ever have trouble recalling answers to the questions, please contact us.
One-Time Passcodes: While logging in to your online banking account, you may be prompted to enter a passcode to proceed to your account. You’ll be asked if you would like this passcode sent via text or phone call. This one-time passcode is valid for one login session.
Events that trigger a challenge question or passcode include:
As an additional security measure, if requested, your account settings can be adjusted to ask challenge questions each time a login is attempted.
This is likely a standard message indicating that you’ve merely entered an invalid User ID or password. If you receive this message and need assistance logging in to your account, click on the “Forgot User ID” or “Forgot Password” links and then follow the prompts. If you have any further questions, please contact us for assistance!
Fear not! For your security, your online banking account will be locked if the password or verification code is entered incorrectly five times. However, we’ve made resetting your password and unlocking your account very easy. Simply click the "Forgot Password?" link under the login area and follow the prompts. You can also contact us directly for more assistance!
We’re happy to help with this! Account alerts can easily be set up in online banking or by using our mobile app, and you can opt to receive them via email or text message. We’ve created alerts for:
Alerts are processed at the top of every hour. You may not receive your alert immediately as the file can take some time to process.