The online banking experience is new, modern, and designed with you in mind for fast and easy access to your accounts. You will now:
Enroll then Sign In to access your Cattle Bank & Trust accounts.
Cattle Bank & Trust has mobile banking to make managing your accounts even easier! Visit your App store today and search “Cattle Bank & Trust” to download the App. Our Mobile Banking application allows you to check balances, transfer funds, view transactions and check messages from anywhere, anytime. It’s fast, FREE and available to all Online Banking users.
With this app you can:
For questions about Mobile Banking Contact Us
Through SecurLOCK, you have a simple, secure way to manage and protect your cards. Turn your cards off and on, control where they can be used, and receive instant alerts. You can start using the SecurLOCK app by downloading the SecurLOCK Equip app from Google Play™ store or the App Store®. Then, follow the steps to connect your Cattle Bank & Trust Debit Cards and you’re set!
To begin using Cattle Mobile Deposit, enroll in online banking using a computer or tablet and download our mobile banking app.
To make a deposit:
Have questions about Mobile Deposit? View our FAQ sheet
Payment of insurance bills, utility bills, garbage bills, etc. can be made automatically from your checking account. They can be setup as reoccurring payments or as a one-time only payment. Bill Pay is free for the first 10 payments per month per account and $0.50 per payment thereafter.
To enroll in Bill Pay, simply login to your online banking and select “Bill Payment” under the Transactions menu. Then fill in the appropriate information and click “GO!“. Once you’ve enrolled click here for a demo on getting started with Bill Pay.
Bill Pay is limited to certain accounts, however we encourage you to ask a customer service representative if your account is eligible.
Go green with paperless e-Statements when enrolled in online banking. e-Statements are reliable and easy to use and best of all they are FREE OF CHARGE. You can retrieve up to 18 months of account statements online when enrolled and with the ability to download and save statements, you’ll never have to worry about filing them away again! For more information or to sign up today, any of one of our Customer Service Representatives can assist you. Or, you can login to your online banking account and select “Statements.”
Safe online banking relies on you making good choices and decisions. You are your own best protection. It is important to know what we are doing to protect you and what you can do to safeguard yourself.
Our Roll in Online Security
Enrollment – You must first complete the Personal Online Banking Enrollment Form on our secure website in order to access your account information online. Secure sites have https:// in front of the web address.
Login ID and Password – During enrollment you create your own login ID and password. These assure that only you have access to your accounts.
Encryption – This is the process of scrambling private information to prevent unauthorized access. After successfully logging into online banking your personal and account information are secured by encryption readable only by you and the bank.
Your Roll in Online Security
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Anti-virus Software – Anti-virus software should be installed on all devices that have access to the internet. The software needs frequent updates to guard against new viruses. These signatures should be updated daily. Selecting a reputable provider is important.
Anti-Spyware Software – Spyware and adware are programs that look in on your web viewing activity and potentially relay information to a unreputable source. All computers connected to the internet should have a reliable program to scan for the presence of spyware on their computers. Be aware that many spyware programs are in fact spyware themselves. Selecting a reputable provider is important.
Keep your system current – Computers connected to the internet have the ability to check for available patches to fix known exploits in the operating system. In most cases your computer can be configured to automatically load these patches when they become available. Browsers become more secure with each release, so don’t miss out. No matter what browser you use, make sure you have the latest version installed.
Passwords – Your password grants access to your financial information. Your password should be unique to you and you should change it regularly. Don’t use passwords that are easy for others to guess such as birth dates, child or pets’ names. Use a variety of numbers, letters, and characters. Don’t allow your browser to remember your passwords and log off completely after using online banking.
Frequent Monitoring – Online banking users can actually increase the safety and security of their financial information by checking accounts more frequently.
Following these simple steps will keep banking online just as safe and reliable as going to the bank in person.