- Sign in to your APB online banking>Options
- Click on Mobile Settings
- Add your mobile phone # and wireless provider
- Select the accounts/add short name
- Accept the terms and conditions>confirm (a confirmation text will be sent to your mobile device
- Download the APB app from your mobile device, accept the Mobile Banking Service Agreement
- Once you have been signed up by an employee at APB, you will have a "Deposits" tab in your mobile app
- Choose Deposits>Deposit a check
- Take a picture of the front/back of the check, making sure that you have endorsed the check with a signature as well as 'for deposit only' and the account number
- Input the amount of the check
- Choose the account you are depositing the check into
- Click Deposit Check>Done
- Log in to Online Banking and select Bank to Bank Transfers from the Home menu, review the Enrollment Introduction and Service Agreement, select 'accept'
- Complete the external account information and 'submit'
- Once the enrollment submission displays, follow the verification process to complete a small 'test' transfer with your enrolled account*
- Once the test transfer amount appears in your external account, you must enter this amount in the Verification Amount field without dollar signs or decimal points (ie: $0.12=12)
- APB branch locations offer Instant Issue debit cards, but if mailed, 7-10 business days
- Available to APB clients, MyCardRules is an easy-to-implement mobile app solution for payment card spending controls and alerts.
- Sign in to Online Banking
- From the Home Banking page, click on Accounts
- Once your account displays, located next to balance is 'select option' drop down box
- Select Stop Payments and complete the information fields and Submit
All banks are verified and authenticated by fTLD, the .BANK administrator, prior to registering their .BANK domain, and re-verified annually thereafter. This ensures everyone using a .BANK domain is an eligible organization. Hackers and bad actors can’t get a .BANK domain to create lookalike domains for phishing and spoofing, as they can in ‘.com’ and other publicly available domains.
With the ‘.BANK’ visual authentication cue in place you can quickly confirm emails and websites of ours are real, and avoid interactions that could lead to identity theft and financial fraud. This authentication is also an additional layer of protection for our internal and vendor communications, helping us to further secure against potential breaches.
All banks within the .BANK domain must also implement additional Security Requirements to help secure their sites and email, and protect them, their vendors and their customers from phishing, spoofing and other cyberattacks. All banks using .BANK are monitored for compliance with these security requirements on an ongoing basis
Our email addresses and website URL now end in .BANK. From now on, before interacting with emails from us, and before you enter your username and password on our website, simply look for the ‘.BANK’ to authenticate the email or website is ours.
Our .com email addresses are forwarding to our new .BANK email addresses, and our .com website redirects to our new .BANK site, but over time you should update your address book and bookmark for our site.