Online Banking is the online banking service of Pacific National Bank that allows customers to do banking online from anywhere with Internet access. Customers can check account balances, today's deposit(s), transfer funds, view images of posted checks or deposit slips, send and receive secure messages, reorder checks, receive e-statements and more.
Online Banking is available 24 hours and 7 days a week, except when system maintenance or upgrades are being performed.
Once you are registered with Pacific National Bank's Online Banking Service and have received an Enrollment ID Number and a temporary PIN (Personal Identification Number), you will be prompted during the initial login process to enter a new password of your choosing. Your user password will be authenticated during the login process. Application forms are available after you have selected "Apply for Online Banking".
Pacific National Bank has taken strong measures to keep your assets safe and your account information private. We use layers of security to protect your financial data.
Encryption Technology We require the use of a secure browser before a connection can be made to Pacific National Bank's online banking service. A secure browser will use encryption technology (Secure Sockets Layer or SSL) to scramble your information, making it useless to hackers, as it passes across the Internet.
A Firewall of Protection For added security, we have your data pass through a "firewall" which is a computer specifically designed to keep out unauthorized users.
Access Limited by You Finally, to ensure that only you can access your accounts we require a valid Customer Identification Number and PIN (Personal Identification Number) before you can log-on.
Automatic Log-off For your security, our Online Banking Service will automatically end your Internet Banking session if there is no activity on your PC for 3 minutes. Always remember to Log Off or close your browser window.
There are no special requirements. All you need is a computer with Internet Explorer 6.0 or above, AOL 8 or 9, Mozilla Firefox 3.0 or Safari 3.0 and a connection to the Internet. Additionally, you must set your display resolution to 800x600 and the browser text size to medium.
Online Banking is free of charge.
You can change your password as often as you would like.
If so, you have only three chances to enter it correctly. If the third attempt fails, you will be locked out and unable to access your account online. If this occurs, please send us an Email for assistance, or you may contact one of our Online Banking Representatives at (305) 539-7500.
Below are guidelines for creating and securing your PIN (Personal Identification Number):
You may access your checking, savings, Money Market, Super Now, time deposit or installment loans. You may also see the balances of your VISA/Master Card.
Images of checks you have written against your Pacific National Bank checking account are available online through your "Account Detail". You will be able to view the front and back of the check.
You can print your statements at the convenience of your office or home. Acrobat Reader is needed to download the statements.
Yes, you can, if you are an Online Banking User.
Yes, you can change your email address online. It is very important for you to keep your email address current in order to receive email messages and notifications from the Bank as well as your E-Statements.
Your messages are secured only if you select the option "Contact Us" when logged into Online Banking.
Funds Transfers made Monday through Friday before 4:00pm ET will be processed the same day. Funds Transfers made Monday through Friday after 4:00 PM ET or anytime on Saturday, Sunday, or on any Federal holidays will be processed the next business day.
Yes, they are. Pacific National Bank checking, savings, and Certificate of Deposit (CD) accounts are FDIC insured up to at least $250,000.
Our routing number or ABA is 066011350
This number identifies the financial institution where your account is held. This nine-digit number appears before your account number on the bottom of your checks.