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The hub of BOB's online banking services
"Full-site online banking" is online banking done from an internet browser on a desktop or full-size notebook computer screen. Some larger tablets can also accommodate full-site online banking.
Full-site online banking is a convenient way for customers to securely access their accounts over the internet and to perform the following essential banking functions:
- BALANCES: quickly view all account balances
- TRANSACTIONS: view account transactions, including check images
- FUNDS TRANSFERS: transfer funds between your accounts as needed
- E-STATEMENTS: sign up for - and then view, save, or print - electronic statements
- ONLINE BILL-PAY: send checks electronically and manage payees
- ALERTS: sign up to receive email or text message alerts regarding balances and transactions (plus sign up for text message banking for your mobile device)
Customers can sign up for online banking by going to the home page of our website then clicking on the "New User?" link in the "Personal Banking" box. Once all registration fields have been entered and the application has been submitted, the customer will receive an email within two business days regarding approval.
Once approved, customers may simply return to the "Personal Banking" box on the home page of our and log in using their online banking username and password.
Full-site online banking registration is required in order to sign up Mobile Banking services such as banking by app or text message. Also, for security reasons, bill-pay on mobile devices is limited to payees set up from within full-site online banking. That's why full-site online banking is the starting point - and hub - for all of BOB's online banking services.
As with all Banking Your Way conveniences, full-site online banking is FREE to all BOB customers with applicable accounts!*
Click the link below to access our complete brochure covering online and convenience banking options.
*Bank of Bolivar / BOB Community Financial does not charge for these services although your mobile or internet provider may charge fees