Online & Mobile Banking to be Upgraded September 3, 2021
Important statement information and steps you should take
1. Download your previous statements
2. Obtain the following information for September 8, 2021
- Your account number (Can be found at the top right of your statement.)
- Your social security number
- Your date of birth
We are upgrading to a new online banking platform with lots of new features and a fresh new look. All your account information and billpay will transfer to the new platform. You will need to setup access to your information by re-enrolling. The new mobile app will be available in the App Store or Google Play Sept 8th.
Important Statement Information
Online and Mobile Banking will be upgraded on September 3rd. On or before September 2nd, you must login to Online Banking and download any past statements that you may need, (for taxes, end of year, etc.) Your September statement will be available to download from September 1st until September 3rd at 4:00 pm. To access the new Online and Mobile Banking system on September 8th, you will need to know your account number, date of birth date and social security number to re-enroll. You can find your account number at the top of your account statements. Online and Mobile banking will not be available from September 3rd though 7th.
How to download or print your account statements
What you will need to re-enroll and access your account for the first time
1. Your account number:
2. Your social security number:
3. Your date of birth:
Your account number can be found at the top right of your statement. If you’re not sure about your account number, please contact us to confirm that you have the correct information. You may do this at anytime and we’d recommend you contact us before September 3rd to prevent any delay.
From 4:00 pm on September 3rd until September 7th you will not be able to access your account information from the old platform or the new one. These are Upgrade Days!!!
On September 8th or anytime after that, you can begin your new setup. Remember to have these 3 bits of information handy when you begin - your account number, your social security number, and your date of birth.