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Online Banking

Important online banking resources

We are pleased to offer you an enhanced Online Banking system. You will enjoy many new features and enhanced security. With Online Banking, you can view your account balances, view transaction history and check images for the past 90 days, transfer funds between accounts, make loan payments, make TB&T credit card payments, view eStatements, pay bills and much more! Troy Bank & Trust customers can access their accounts via this secure, convenient and free service.

  • View account details of Checking & Savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit, and Loans
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Access Bill Payment
  • View your eStatements
  • Order checks online
  • Place a stop payment request online
  • Download account information into Quicken® & QuickBooks®

eStatements

For current eStatement customers who have Online Banking, you will now access your eStatements within your Online Banking account. Once you login to Online Banking, simply click on Accounts and eStatement Access to view your eStatements.

For customers not currently enrolled in eStatements, you can enroll once you become an Online Banking customer. Simply login to your Online Banking account, click on Accounts, eStatement Access, accept the Terms & Conditions and you are enrolled into eStatements.

Online Transaction History

You will have 90 days of transaction history available to you in the new Online Banking system. If you need to see more history and you are an eStatement customer, you may access via your eStatement account.

Requests & Messages

In the Customer Service Menu, in the Communication Center, you may click on “Requests & Messages” link to send a secure message to Troy Bank & Trust. Please use this feature to send us your requests, questions or comments.

Alerts

Alerts may be set up on Accounts or Services. Account Alerts may be setup to send an Alert based on balance information or when a Transfer occurs. Services Alerts may be sent when a User ID or Password has been changed. To set up an alert, click on the Administration menu and select Manage Alerts in the Manage Communications section.

Self-Enrollment

Online Banking offers the ability to self-enroll new users. All Customers with account ownership may have access to Online Banking. The enrollment process allows customers to set up their own Username and Password.

"How Do I"

This feature helps you to get to know the system better by clicking on the “How Do I” button at the bottom of most screens.

If you should have any challenges logging onto the Online Banking system or have any questions, please call or email our eBanking Department.

Contact Us
Please note: our eBanking Department is available by telephone during regular business hours and will reply to emails during regular business hours.

eBanking Department

334.807.5186 | 888.258.8769 ext. 5186

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