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Our online banking solutions let you handle your banking needs with ease, from almost anywhere you might be. Access online banking through any PC, Mac, or mobile device.
If you are not a current Bryant Bank customer, click here to make the switch.
This video will guide you as you log in for the first time, whether that’s from your mobile device or from a desktop computer.
Please note that your initial password may be different from what’s indicated in the video. Your Bryant Banker will share a temporary password with you when you enroll in online banking.
If you need some help, check out these step-by-step instructions to familiarize yourself with several of Bryant Bank Online and Mobile Banking features.
Bryant Bank Online allows you to bank anytime, anywhere. Whether you’re on your computer, your phone, or your tablet, you’ll have access 24/7 so that you can make managing your finances easier than ever. Check out these common questions for more information about the features of Bryant Bank Online.
You can access your digital banking and your account using a desktop, laptop, mobile phone, or other internet-accessible devices. There are two access points:
As you’re logging into the system for the first time, you will receive an Initial Text Alert, which will be delivered in SMS. This is done to set up two-factor authentication, which is done for security purposes.
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), sometimes referred to as “Two-Step Verification”, is a secure process of identifying that a customer’s login is valid by using two forms of verification such as a code delivered by text message after entering your username and password.
While the Two-Step Verification code works the same for both the web browser and Mobile App, there are small differences in the way your access will be authenticated with subsequent sign-ins. With the web browser, you may choose to save a trusted device by checking the box next to “Don’t ask for codes again on this computer”, which bypasses the Two-Step Verification with subsequent logins. The Mobile App will let you configure an app passcode and you may also choose to use the device’s biometric feature, such as a fingerprint or face recognition, if available. If you try to sign in using an unrecognized device or browser, you will be required to go through the Two-Step Verification to access your account.
Two-Step Verification codes are sent to the phone number entered during digital banking enrollment. If you need to access your Online Banking account without your phone or you are in a low coverage area, you can always choose the Authy app as your delivery method, instead of text or phone call. The Authy app can be downloaded across multiple devices, including your desktop computer. When you install Authy, be sure to sign in with the same email address and phone number combination used during the Two-Step Verification enrollment.
Online banking works best in Google Chrome®. The current version of the following browsers is also supported: Apple Safari® (10.1.2 or newer), Mozilla Firefox®, and Microsoft Edge®. Microsoft as well as this online banking platform no longer supports Internet Explorer and security updates are not available. Please download one of the browsers listed above.
The following types of browsers and tools are not recommended for use with digital banking: beta versions and embedded browsers within Personal or Commercial Financial Management Software.
Yes, once you are logged into the new platform you will be able to enroll in eStatements if you’d like.
In the new Bryant Bank Online and Mobile Banking App, you’ll notice that once you are logged in, the Transactions information on the main dashboard will be the history for all of your accounts. To clarify, this means that the history of transactions will be co-mingled with all of your accounts.
You can however view transaction history for individual accounts. To do this, select the magnifying glass located in the Transactions card. Then select the dial which will allow you to filter how you search for your transaction history, which can be done by Accounts or by Tags.
Additionally, you have the option to remove the Transactions card from the main Dashboard. This would mean that you’d have to visit a specific account to view its transaction history.
We are excited about the enhancement of alerts as the new system has near real-time alerts. When using our mobile app, you’ll need to enable notifications in order to receive alerts.
Please note that the new system does have “quiet hours”. This means that between the hours of 11 pm to 7:30 am CST, push notifications will not come through. If you make a purchase at 6:20 am, the notification will be delivered on our around 7:30 am that morning.
Card Management can be accessed directly from the Dashboard or from a specific account. To establish notification and protection settings, select Alerts and protections once the debit card you wish to modify is selected. Card Management also allows you to submit travel notices and turn your debit cards off and on with the click of a button!
Spending Habits is a great tool that allows you to establish budgets and goals, monitor spending trends, review cashflow, and pull in bank account or credit card information from outside vendors so that you have a holistic view of your finances. You can access Spending Habits two different ways.
Option 1: You will log in to the system and select an account. Once you have an account open and can view the details, you’ll see the Spending Habits tile.
Option 2: You will log in to the system and select Spending Habits from the menu bar.