ONLINE BANKING

Managing your accounts is fast, simple, and secure with HomeTown Bank's online services. All of your account information is at your fingertips with a few simple clicks. You can access and manage any of your HomeTown Bank checking accounts or savings accounts at your convenience.

  • View detailed account information in real time
  • Receive account statements and notices electronically. Learn more about the benefits of e-statements.
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Initiate transfers between your HomeTown Bank accounts and those at other U.S. financial institutions
  • View, print or save online images of your cleared checks & deposit slips
  • Place stop payments
  • Download transactions to specific money management software
  • Online banking is compatible with Quicken®
  • Simplify your financial life with a personal financial management tool.

Online Bill Payment Center

HomeTown Bank's Bill Payment Center allows clients to pay bills online in a secure environment through our online banking site. It's simply the best way to manage your payments.

  • Pay Virtually Anyone. From your babysitter to a Fortune 500 Company
  • Send Money to Friends and Family. All you need is their email address or cell phone number.
  • Group Payments into Categories. Organize your utilities, cable and phone into a folder named household.
  • Account to Account Transfers. Even accounts at other financial institutions. Your money is always available, regardless of where you keep it.
  • Receive eBills. Green, more convenient, more secure and easier to manage.
  • Reminders. Receive updates through email when you receive a bill, or when it's due.
  • Automatic Payments. Great for bills that stay the same each month, like your rent and your car loan.
  • Search Bill History. Search by company, date and status, the moment you need an answer, wherever you are.
  • Message Center. Get quick answers to questions you might have.
  • Completely safe. More secure than mailing paper checks.


Online Security Tips

At HomeTown Bank, your security, both online and offline is extremely important to us.  We have robust tools in place that we use to regularly monitor and successfully defend our customers and the bank from cyber threats. As a customer, the following are some online best practices you can utilize as well to minimize the risk of anyone accessing your information.

  1. Monitor your account regularly and carefully review all transactions shown in your online banking and statements. You can also set up alerts to notify you of balance changes, electronic withdrawals. Mobile banking is a great tool to assist with this.
  2. If you suspect fraud, contact your bank immediately.
  3. Phishing and fraud is becoming much more sophisticated than it used to be. Remember that your bank or financial institution will never ask you for sensitive information via email. If this does happen, again contact your bank immediately. Customers should initiate contact with their financial institution by looking at their credit card or statement for the contact number to call; you simply can't trust that an incoming telephone call or e-mail is legitimate.
  4. Change your passwords often.  Even if it is not required, it is a good practice to change your passwords at least every six months.  On top of this, make sure your password is complex and that your bank utilizes multi-factor authentication (HomeTown Bank does).
  5. Donít use the same password or pin for every online account you have.
  6. Never disclose your login credentials to other people or companies.
  7. Do not store your ID and Password information where others could gain access to it.  It is advised not to write down the information at all.
  8. Use caution when opening attachments or clicking links found in emails. If you don't recognize the sender or it appears unusual, just delete the email without opening it.
  9. If accessing information through a wireless network, ensure that the network is secure.  Accessing sensitive information (or any information) over a non-secure network, exposes your computer to possible threats.
  10. If you are a business customer that uses cash management, it is recommended to use a computer or device dedicated to online banking only.

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