The best things in life are FREE*. Simplify your busy lifestyle and enjoy the freedom of banking online from your computer or mobile device. Online Banking features enhanced security sign-in to help prevent fraud and identity theft.
To get started with Community Bank Online, you will need:
- A Community Bank checking or savings account
- A computer, a modem and access to the Internet
- A browser that supports 40- or 128-bit encryption. (We recommend 128-bit encryption, but 40-bit encryption is the minimum requirement.)
- Community Bank Online has certified the following browsers and versions:
- Microsoft® Internet Explorer 10
- Microsoft® Internet Explorer 9
- Microsoft® Internet Explorer 8
- Mozilla Firefox 3.6 (or higher)
Online Banking features include:
View Community Bank account balances and transactions
- Check current balances for checking and savings accounts.
- View transaction activity for checking and savings accounts — quickly and easily.
- Review account balances for your loans and Certificate of Deposit accounts.
- Make transfers to your linked Community Bank checking and savings accounts.
- Transfer funds to any U.S. based financial institution capable of accepting ACH credit transactions, without a wire transfer fee.
Real-time account alerts
Set up real-time account alerts to notify you via email or text message when your balance is low, when transactions post, or when account information is changed.
Enroll in Online Statements
View your current and eighteen most recent monthly account statements when you bank online. You also have the added option of going 'paperless' by choosing not to have an account statement mailed to you. Benefits of going paperless include:
- Greater Security - No mailed statements to get lost or stolen.
- Greater Convenience - Receive notification by email when your statement is available for download or viewing.
- A greener environment - Paperless uses less energy and trees.
Current and past account statements are available to all Online Banking customers. Simply log in to your Online Banking account and click on the Manage Accounts tab at the top of the page and select Online Statements from the drop down list. You can also sign up for our paperless option at the same location.
The Payment Imaging feature makes it easier than ever to keep track of your account activity online. Now you can:
- View images of both checks and deposit slips in the current and two most recent, previous statement periods (the last 60-90 days).
- View canceled checks online anytime, 24/7, eliminating the need to keep up with carbon copies or spend time maintaining a check ledger.
- Always know which checks have cleared and to whom each check was written.
- View payment images simply by clicking the entry in your detailed account-activity log.
No sign up required. Payment Imaging is available to all Online Banking customers.
Receiving and paying your US Domestic bills online**
- Receive electronic bills from select US Domestic payees.
- Send payments for almost any US Domestic business or individual — no checks or stamps needed.
Paying your local bills conveniently online**
- Make both single and repeating payments to a payee, such as landlords and utilities services, in any SEPA participating country.
Downloading your financial information
- You can download your account transactions to Quicken® financial management software for a total financial management picture.
- Online Banking through Quicken allows you to access your accounts directly through your Quicken software.
Self-service Online Customer Service features
* Internet access is required. Other account-related fees still apply.
- Update your personal information, such as your address, e-mail address, phone number or DEROS date.
- Reorder checks.
- Order check or statement copies.
- Send a message or question to customer service.
- Track and manage your finances with reporting and account reconciliation.
- Modify your online banking email address, user name and password.
- Initiate a stop payment request on a check.
** Checking account is required.