Happy 10th Anniversary ACB! We’re celebrating with a new website completely redesigned with our favorite people in mind – our customers! Atlantic Community Bank's Online Banking provides you immediate access to your account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the convenience of your home or office. It is simple to use and FREE to our customers…including Bill Pay! You’ll love the new look and functionality, so don’t waste any time…dig in and check it out!
Use online banking to:
- Transfer funds electronically between checking and savings accounts
- Check statement information on all enrolled deposit accounts
- Check image retrieval with front and back images
- Obtain account information on all of your accounts
- Download transactions from any account to commonly available money management software
- Bill Pay accesses the designated checking account to pay most bills
You'll enter your first ACB online banking session using a unique User ID and password that will be assigned to you by a community banking specialist. During this login, you'll be asked to select a special watermark, or picture that will appear every time your User ID is entered, as well as to set your personalized User ID and password. These should be kept confidential and never shared. You may change your password as often as you wish, however ACB will require it to be changed once every 6 months.
During your initial login, the system will prompt you to select three specific challenge questions as well as set secret answers. These challenge questions will be used should you log on from a new computer or device or if you are attempting to perform a transaction that crosses a given threshold (i.e. dollar amount of bill pay). It is a good practice to answer questions in the format in which they are presented. For example, if the question reads, "What is the birthday of your youngest child? (MM/DD), answer the question in the indicated manner as the system would not recognize "01/21" if it was originally entered as "January 21st, 2004."
Timed Log Off
Should you forget to log off of your online banking session, or if the session becomes inactive for more than 10 minutes, the system will end the session and log you off. In order to again access information, you will be required to login.