ANB Bank offer existing customers the opportunity to to bank online where ever the customer has access to the internet. They can do this using any computer or mobile device like a tablet or smartphone. The online banking facilities are the same as those their local branch usually provides along with many additional features which enhance the banking experience with all services now being quick, simple and secure. These features include receiving and paying bills electronically, the ability to digitally save images of checks for future reference or checking statements instantly. Now banking suits the needs of customers who`s faster, more demanding lives require a service that can accommodate for this.
HOW TO LOG IN
Step 1 – If users are logging in they can go to the bank`s Homepage where they should look for the login facility towards the top left of the page. Here they need to enter their `Username` and then click `Login`.
Forgotten User ID/Password
Step 1 – To retrieve any forgotten or lost login details the user should contact the bank. They can call the bank directly on 1 (866) 433-0282 or they can find one of the bank`s `Locations`.
Step 2 – If the user prefers they can contact the bank online with their `Messaging Service` entering their `Name`, `Email Address` and `Telephone Number`. They must enter their message, confirm the verification process and finally click `Submit`.
HOW TO ENROLL
Step 1 – If customers would like to enroll in online banking they must go to the bank`s homepage where they should look for the login facility at the top left of the page. Below this is a link `Enroll` which the user must click on.
Step 2 – Next the user must select the type of banking they wish to enroll in, depending on which type of account they hold, `Commercial` or `Personal`.
Step 3 – Now the user must complete the relevant `Blank Fields` for personal banking. Then they must click `Submit Enrollment`.
- ZIP code
- Home/Work/Mobile telephone number
- Social security number
- Email address
- Account number
- Account type