Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on NetTeller
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NetTeller Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How do I enroll in NetTeller, the online banking tool for Pilot Grove Savings Bank? NetTeller applications are available at each branch location. You can also click here to enroll in NetTeller. Applications are also available online by where you can follow the link to the PDF document on our website, that can be printed and mailed in or dropped off at your local branch. You can also call a branch and we’ll mail you an application.
How often does my NetTeller password expire? Every 180 days your password needs to be changed for security purposes. If you need assistance resetting your password, call your local branch.
How do I print my bank statements online? Click on Statements, click the downward arrow next to select option on the statement you wish to print, open the PDF file, and print. We want to encourage individuals to sign up for e-Statements, which you can do by clicking on the e-Statement tab once logged in to NetTeller and following the prompts. This then eliminates the cumbersome paper statements and will keep statements out there for an 18 month rolling period going forward.
Does Pilot Grove Savings Bank have online bill payment options? Yes, within NetTeller select Bill Pay and add new or remove payees as you please.
What are my options for making a payment to an individual with my phone or online banking?
- Email – an email is sent to the person who you are paying, which asks that person to supply their routing number and account number
- Electronic where you have the individual's routing number and account number.
- Send a check.
- If you have mobile wallets, you may send payments to individuals who are also enrolled in mobile wallets through your phone.
Do you have to have NetTeller in order to apply for mobile banking? Yes.
How do I apply for mobile banking? You can click here to enroll in NetTeller. Also follow this link to the PDF document, that can be printed and mailed in or dropped off at your local branch. You can also call a branch and we’ll mail you an application.
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