BankOnLine


CBBC BankOnLine is a FREE service that offers a fast, convenient, and secure way to access your accounts. With BankOnLine, you can transfer funds, confirm deposits, make loan payments, and even see if a check has cleared...anytime, anywhere.

eStatements are an easy and secure way to receive your monthly account information while eliminating paper clutter and not having to worry about delayed or lost mail. On certain accounts, you will also avoid the monthly paper statement fee. 

With Express Bill Pay, you can pay anyone you would normally pay – your credit card company, your mortgage payment, the phone bill, even your newspaper subscription. There is virtually no one you cannot pay using this method! You don’t have to worry about having envelopes or stamps – all that is taken care of for you for FREE. You schedule who, when, and how much to pay and Express Bill Pay takes care of the rest!

Click the button below to download, complete, and print out your application. Then just drop it by any branch

Have questions? Click on the FAQ's button for answers to some of the more common questions concerning BankOnLine.

 

BankOnLine Application

BankOnLine FAQ’s

Login

Once you receive your BankOnLine ID and PIN, go to our website and click on the Login button at the top of the page to access the BankOnLine system. In addition to BankOnLine, we have added access to the CBBC Bank Credit Card and Office Deposit websites for customers who have these products. BankOnLine will always be the default Login option. The first time you log into your BankOnLine, you will also be prompted to create your security questions. 




View Accounts

You can click on the Accounts option of the BankOnLine tab to view all of your CBBC Bank accounts and balances in one location.




Transactions

Confirm your deposits and see what transactions have cleared your account. 




Search

You may also download transactions to your computer or search for specific transactions by inputting identifying criteria.




Transfer Funds

Schedule funds transfers between accounts and make payments to CBBC Bank loans. Transfers can be either one time or recurring transactions. Pending and past account transfers may also be viewed in this section. 




Options: Personal

Click on the Options tab to personalize BankOnLine to your specific needs. Under the Personal section, you have several options including: updating your email address, setting up Self Password Reset in case you get locked out, changing your security watermark, your ID, or your PIN.




Options: Accounts

In the Accounts section, you are able to change the nicknames that have been assigned to your accounts to help you better keep track of your finances.




Options: Display

The Display section allows you to select how you see your accounts, transactions, Bill Pay history, lines of information for downloaded transactions, and confirmations for account transfers. Note: Setting your default display to the "all" setting may cause your CBBC Bank mobile application to not display any of your transaction history; we recommend the last 30 days if you primarily use a mobile device to access your BankOnLine through our mobile apps. 




Options: Alerts

Need help remembering when certain bills are due or want to know when your paycheck has been deposited into your account? The Alerts section can keep you on top of these things and more. Set up alerts by Event (i.e. Direct Deposits and Automatic payments), Balance (let's you know if you go too low), Items (want to know when the rent check came out of the account), or Personal (I need to pay John when I see him next Tuesday). Alerts can be sent to you when you log in, via email, or by text message* (message and data rates may apply).




Mobile Banking: Web Mobile Settings

The latest feature to our BankOnLine is the Mobile Banking tab. This provides a shortcut to the Mobile Settings sub-tab and allows you to set up access to your accounts for viewing in the CBBC Mobile Banking app. You can register your mobile device and provider, elect whether or not to receive text messages, and select which of your accounts you want to see in the mobile app. If you open a new account, once it has been added to your BankOnLine, you will need to stop in here and add it to view in the mobile app. 



Mobile Banking: Text Mobile Settings

Once you sign up for text banking, you can check your account balances and the last few transactions without having to log into BankOnLine. On this page, check the boxes that say you want to enable text access to your mobile device and that you have read and agree to the terms and conditions of the service. Next, fill in the mobile number associated with your device and select your wireless carrier. Create a short code for the accounts you want to be able to send and receive texts about. You will be asked to confirm you enrollment and reply 'YES' to the first text message you receive from the service, and that's it! Please keep in mind that if you sign up for the service and your phone number changes, you are responsible for updating that information. 




Enroll

Select the eStatements tab from the menu bar. The first time you click on the tab, you will be presented with an enrollment screen. 



Step 1

Click Details to see which accounts and document types you can enroll for eStatements. Remove the check boxes from any documents you wish to keep receiving paper statements for. 




Step 2

Make sure your email address is correct. If one is not listed you must fill one in.



Step 3

You will need to come up with a security phrase. When your eStatements become available, we will send you an email containing your phrase to let you know it's ready. When you see the security phrase in the email, you know it's from CBBC Bank.



Step 4

This step is the key to making sure that you will be able to open and read your eStatements. You must have Adobe® Reader® 6.0 or higher installed on your computer to use the service. Click on the link at the end of the sentence and an Adobe® PDF document will open in a new window. On the document will be a case sensitive verification passcode. This passcode must entered into the box under step 4. 



Step 5

For the final step, please read the terms and conditions, then check the box that acknowledges your agreement. Press the Enroll Now button. You may also click in the lower left corner of the page to see a sample statement. You will immediately see a notice stating that you will receive an email notification from CBBC Bank in an hour or less notifying you that your enrollment was a success.


Statements

The next time you click on the eStatements tab, you will see a tab labeled eStatements/Notices. This is where you will find your account eStatements once they have been generated starting with the statement after you enroll. You have access to 18 months of past account statements. 



Scheduled Payments

When you first access Express Bill Pay, you will be brought to the Scheduled Payments tab. This page will show all the payments that are currently scheduled to be made for you. You also have the option to click on the History tab to search for any past payments made. You may search by payee, date range, and amounts, as well as choosing how you want the information sorted. You may access up to 18 months worth of past payments.






Add Payees

Next, you will need to set up any payees you wish to make payments to on the Add Payee screen. Payments may be made out to companies or individuals. Once set up, they will be accessible in the Payee screen. Please note, certain changes can be made to check payment payees but not electronic payment payees. Should you need to change information to an electronic payment payee, they will need to be deleted and re-entered into the system. 




Set Up Payments

Then you will need to set up your payments. By clicking on the New Payment tab, you will be able to select your payee, amount, frequency, and payment date. You also have options to type in a memo for the payment, request an alert when the payment has been processed, and provide a description of what the payment is for your records.