Online banking is essentially the same system of money management as traditional banking, but lets consumers conduct transactions remotely from their own computers. In online banking, also called Internet banking, customers may conduct standard personal financial tasks,...
Every year since they opened for business in 2009, Money Magazine has named Ally as the top online bank. The rating system used for making this determination included account options, fees, interest rates, security and customer satisfaction. The Ally Bank website is loc...
Online banking is safe as long as consumers follow some common-sense precautions when using online banking services, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. If the online bank is insured through the FDIC, online banking accounts are protected just like a...
Some banks that offer online-only banking include GoBank, Ally, Charles Schwab Bank and PNC’s Virtual Wallet. These online banks offer convenient services and highly mobile banking tools for customers.
While banks are not required to offer online banking options, many banks do, according to Bankrate. Some banks operate entirely online. A survey by the American Bankers Association showed customers prefer banking online over in-person, phone and ATM banking.
Safe online banks include Ally Bank, GE Capital Bank and Discover Bank, according to GOBankingRates. These and other reputable online banks are considered safe if they are FDIC-insured, use anti-virus, anti-malware software, firewalls and extra security measures.
To use U.S. Bank online banking, first register with its online banking website. The one-time enrollment process requires you to have a U.S. Bank card or account number and a personal identification number. Your Social Security number is also required. A series of dialo...