Online Banking & Bill Pay

Online Banking & Bill Pay

Summary

When it comes to managing your money, convenience takes priority. Get 24-hour access to your Security Bank accounts from your own computer.

View your current balance, monitor transactions, and much more. Best of all, this service is free with your Security Bank account!

Details:

  • Free service to our customers
  • 24 hour account management
  • View detailed account history
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Make a loan payment
  • Pay bills through bill pay service
  • View checks and account statements
  • Download account information to financial management software
  • Contact the bank via email
  • Place a stop payment on a check
  • Always safe and secure
  • Try a free online banking demo.

FAQ

Q. How can I get online banking?

A. If you are new to Internet banking, you may click on the Apply Now button and fill out the inquiry form. After this information is submitted, you will receive an email from us. This email will contain a link that you must click on to authenticate your application. Once you have clicked the link, you will be directed to our site and provided with your Netteller ID. You will then be able to login right away!

If we still need additional information from you after reviewing your inquiry form, we will process the application manually and will send you a follow-up letter in the mail with your Netteller ID.

Q. How can I login to online banking?

A. After you enter your PIN number on the first screen of online banking, you will be shown a list of your accounts and the balance in each. If you want more detail or want to carry out a transaction, just select the function from the pull-down menu for the account you are interested in. Any additional pages will have drop-down menus on them that lead you through your transaction.

Q. What happens if I don't log off of the system?

A. Online banking has a 10-minute time-out feature. If you are logged in for 10 consecutive minutes without using online banking, you will have to log in again to resume banking.

Q. What happens if I forget my online banking PIN?

A. You are allowed 3 attempts to enter your PIN. On the third attempt, if invalid, you will be locked out of the system. Immediate access may be regained by calling the bank customer service representative to assist you at 432.333.9901 during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EST.

You also have the option of going to Netteller and clicking 'Reset Password.' All you have to do is follow the simple instructions from there.

Q. When will transfers show in my account?

A. The transfer cut-off time for current day's business is 5:00 p.m. CST. Any transfers made after this time will not be transacted until the next business day.

Q. How much does online banking cost?

A. Online Banking service is FREE for Security Bank customers.

Q. How do I add the optional bill payment service if I did not select it when I applied for online banking?

A. You can apply for the bill payment services by completing and submitting the online application or by visiting one of our branch offices. You must be an authorized signer on the account.

Q. How much history can I see online?

A. You will be able to access up to 30 days transactions as well as having access to 3 months previous statements. The statement history file will begin to build from the date that you sign up for online banking.

Q. What types of accounts can I view with online banking?

A. With online banking, you can view your checking, savings, CD accounts, IRA accounts, as well as loans.

Q. How often is my account information updated?

A. The available balance for checking and savings accounts is real time and will change throughout the day based on the activity. For example, as the client uses their ATM or debit card or transfers money between accounts, the available balance will be updated to reflect the activity.

Q. Where can I obtain additional consumer information on online banking?

A. "Tips for Safe Banking Over the Internet" The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has published an online brochure aimed at informing consumers of their rights and responsibilities when banking over the internet.

For more information, please read our Online Banking Agreement.