Bank of Labor is a bank that the working people can trust with their hard earned money. Founded in 1924, the bank has grown a substantial amount in it’s number of branches in the state of Kansas. They also run an online website that customers can browse for new bank updates, products, and services. One service provided is “Online Banking”. Online Banking creates an easier way to handle your finances because you can do a lot of the things from home that you use to have to go to the bank for. It grants you full access to your bank account and allows you to execute various actions. Some of the actions include: View eStatements securely at your convenience, make unlimited online bill payments, and transfer money to other ban accounts. All this can be achieved by logging on to the Bank of Labor website using a computer, tablet, and/or Smartphone. The bank truly invested in some of the most advanced technology available for their online banking system that is convenient and accessible 24/7 (not to mention %100 secure).
How to Login
Step 1 – Enter the bank’s website and click Login under the “Online Banking” portion of the homepage.
Step 2 – Sign in to your Bank of Labor Online Banking account by inputting your User ID and click Continue.
Step 3 – Provide your Password and click Sign In to achieve access to your account.
Forgot User ID/Password – If you need help with recovering either your User ID or Password, you must contact the bank at 855-245-2267. A bank worker will then ask you some security questions to make sure you own the account. Once you are confirmed, they will guide you through the process of recovering the information that cannot be recalled.
How to Enroll
Step 1 – Click the “Enroll” link on the homepage and select which way you would like to identify your account (ATM or Debit Card; Checking, Savings or Money Market Account; Loan Account). If applies to you, select one of the following account types: Line of Credit Account or Certificate of Deposit (CD) Account. Read the agreement by clicking the “Personal Online Banking Agreement” link and check the box if you agree, then click Continue to advance.
Step 2 – Input your account information in the “Online Banking Enrollment” form and click Continue to complete the enrollment process.