Most major online banking services let users register their accounts for online access, sign into those accounts and then view their statements remotely from anywhere they have Internet service. These services, along with a considerable raft of online banking features becoming standard in the market, are commonplace at banks like Citizen's Bank, Bank of America and other major American brands.Continue Reading
Online and mobile banking lets customers keep close watch and control over their accounts. They can also perform useful tasks like depositing checks via pictures taken by phone cameras.
The first step in the process is registering an existing account with the bank in question's online service. This is usually a matter of providing the account number, routing number and the account holder's Social Security number along with other security information needed to verify identity.
Next, the user can log in using self-generated security information. This always includes a user name and a password and is frequently accompanied by a security question or multiple security questions designed by the user to help limit access and protect their account.
The final step is to view checking account statements. These statements are available through the menus of all major banking sites' online user profile pages, making them immediately accessible upon logging in.