U.S. Bank allows account holders to access their accounts online on the company's official website. Account holders must enroll to use online banking the first time they use it. Enrollment requires a U.S. Bank card or account number, a PIN, and a Social Security number.
Banks offering online account access as of 2015 include Nationwide, U.S. Bank, Ally and Wells Fargo. Ally and Nationwide are online only. Some of the benefits of using online-only banks are low or no overdraft fees, no monthly maintenance fees and better interest rates on savings accounts.
As of 2016, U.S. Bank's Online Access program is a state of the art Electronic Access System that was built to help businesses with their travel, purchasing and fleet card programs. The system is used by numerous government agencies and private corporations.
People's Bank online banking is accessible via a website portal available to customers who register for online banking. An online banking registration page leads to a form in which individuals provide their personal information. Individuals can also contact 1-800-374-6123 for help with registration.
To access your online AT&T account, go to att.com, and click on myAT&T near the top of the page, as of 2015. Select the account type; examples include wireless and home phone with Internet. Type your user ID and password, and click Log In.
To access your Best Buy account online, click the Sign In link near the upper-right corner of the Best Buy website. On the following page, enter your email address and your password, and click the Sign In button to access your account.
Customers with a Taylor Bank account can access their account online by entering their NetTeller ID and password into the Taylor Bank NetTeller page. The link is found on the Taylor Bank website. Customers must download, complete and submit an enrollment application to be assigned a NetTeller ID.
Although online personal banking accounts vary by bank, they typically fall into one of four category types: checking, savings, money market and certificate of deposit, states InvestorGuide.com. Each account type offers different opportunities and restrictions.
Opening an online bank account is generally quite easy and only takes a few minutes. Some banks allow new members to open an account without visiting a bank branch, while others require new members to open an account in person before being able to access it online.
Opening a bank account online requires providing the bank with identification, determining the type of account that you want and funding the new account once it has been approved. There are government rules regarding identity verification that govern the opening of all bank accounts, according to Al