Personal Online Banking is about to get better.

 

We're committed to providing you with top of the line functionality with these updated features:


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New look and feel
We're improving Personal Online Banking with an updated look and seamless functionality to improve your online experience.







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Simplified Log In with username and password on one page
The “Forgot Password?” link will be on the Log In page for your convenience.






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More control over your account view.
You will soon be able to change the order in which your accounts are displayed. Show or hide accounts based on your needs.







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Improved account transaction listing.
Transactions can now be filtered by status and we've made it easier to print out transactions.







 
  • Quick access to Transfers and Recent Transactions
  • Print Transfer Confirmations
  • Easy access to Bill Payment screen

Additionally, to improve the security and convenience of your online banking experience, you will receive more advanced threat and fraud detection that runs automatically. Accordingly, effective 12/31/2017 Fremont Bank will no longer be supporting TrustDefender.


Key Existing Features:

Just as a reminder of some of our favorite existing features and services.

  • Sign up to be notified when certain activity occurs on your account via Alerts. For example, you can set up an alert to notify you anytime your account balance drops below a certain dollar amount.
  • Receive your monthly personal Checking Account or combined statement electronically with e-Statements. Each month we'll notify you by email that your e-Statement is ready to be viewed through our online banking service.
  • Send money to another person with Popmoney®, the personal payment service that lets you send or request money with an email address or phone number.
  • You can now send and receive money between your Fremont Bank deposit accounts and your accounts at other financial institutions via External Transfers.