Online Banking and Mobile Banking offer 24-hour account access with convenient methods to view your balance, transfer funds, pay your bills, deposit checks, and more.
How do I apply for online banking?
In order to register as a Connections Bank Online Banking user, you must have at least one of the following types of accounts with Connections Bank - checking account, savings account, certificate of deposit or a loan. If you already have an account at Connections Bank and would like to apply for Online Banking electronically please use our PDF forms by simply printing and completing either the Online Banking Application or the Online Banking Application-Business. You may return to form to us via fax at 573-657-0202 or stop by any of our convenient locations. Once your application has been processed, you will receive your User ID and password for first time log-in. Upon logging in, you have the option to sign up for e-statements.
Why sign up for e-statements?
E-statements are a FREE and convenient way to check your statement every month. By signing up for e-statements you will be exempt from paying the $3/month service charge associated with paper statements.
How to Get Started
- Open an account at Connections Bank
- Apply for free online banking
- Download the Connections Bank mobile banking app to your mobile device.
- Deposit checks using our remote deposit feature*
*Certain fees and restrictions are part of Remote Deposit Capture. Contact a Connections Bank Customer Service Representative for more details or click one of the following links: Availability of Funds, Mobile Deposit FAQ, and Mobile Deposit User Agreement
Apple App Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Android Compatibility: Requires Android 2.2 and up
We use the most advanced security systems available to protect your information. A few of these systems are listed below: End to end RC4 128bit data encryption Login sessions have time out limits Pin guessing recognition and reporting Security questions and answers Access this Internet Security FAQ Document (pdf) to learn more about how to protect yourself from "phishing", "pharming" and "spoofing" while on the Internet.