Cleveland State Bank offers Transactions Express eBanking to its customers. The service is available 24 hours per day. To enroll, please visit one of our branches and talk to a customer service representatives.
Using the Internet, our Transactions Express eBanking customers can:
- View balances
- View current transactions
- View check images
- View statement history
- Transfer funds and make loan payments
- Download transactions to personal finance programs
- Online Transactions Express eBill-Pay
All our Online Banking Services provide a high level of security. The service employs the Secure Socket Layer Protocol to encrypt data and uses firewalls, passwords and identifiers as well as a custom designed architecture to protect both the customer and the Bank. Customers using the service are required to have browsers with 128 bit encryption.
Transactions Express eBill-Pay
Cleveland State Bank also offers an online Transactions Express eBill-Pay Service with both electronic and check payments. The online payment process puts flexibility and control in your hands. Electronic payments can be delivered in as little as 3 days and check payments take only 5 days. There is even an innovative “Quick Pay” feature which lets you pay all your bills in 3 clicks.
Best of all, there is no monthly fee for the eBill-Pay feature.
Fee Schedule – Transactions Express eBill-Pay
1st three months trial period: unlimited transactions are free ( based on statement date)
Regular Monthly Fee Schedule: Up to 10 transactions No additional charge
More than 10 transactions: .50 cents each
Cleveland State Bank is proud to offer you the convenience of Telephone Banking. Through this no-fee service, you can access your account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply use a touch-tone phone in the comfort of your own home or privacy of your office to:
- Check Account Balances
- Review Account Activity
- Transfer Funds
- Obtain Interest Rate Information
- Merchant Verification Options
Simply dial 662-843-3085 to begin using the service today. The initial Personal Identification Number (PIN) will be the last 4 digits of the primary account holders Social Security Number. The system will force you to change your PIN after the first sign-on.