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Bank of Modesto Online Banking Login

Bank of Modesto traces it’s roots back to when it was established in 1891 in Modesto, Illinois. They pride themselves on being a community bank that supplies customers with quality products and services. Although they only have one location, Bank of Modesto has an impressive client base and even offers bank members online services that help simplify the banking experience. Just access the bank’s website using any electronic device that connects to the internet(computer or smart phone/tablet). It is secure, easy, and available 24/7. Some of the great perks include: transfer of funds to separate accounts, viewable transaction history, and bill payment. Log in or sign up today to enjoy all the great advantages of Online Banking.

How to Login

Step 1 – Access the Bank of Modesto website and locate the “Online Banking” section to the right side of the homepage. Enter your “User ID” in the appropriate space and click Log In.

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Step 2 – Next, you will have to provide an answer to a challenge question you created when making your account. Supply the answer and click Submit to move on to the next step.

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Forgot User ID/Password – Contact one of the bank’s branch locations to be assisted in the recovery of the information that cannot be recalled. One of the bank staff members will then ask you some security questions to make sure you are truly the account holder. As long as you provide the correct information, you will be on your way to recovering either your User ID or Password.

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How to Enroll

Step 1 – Click the Personal Enrollment link on the homepage of the bank’s website. This will provide you with a PDF of the bank’s “Online Banking Enrollment Form” that must be printed out. The following sections must be filled out by hand:

  • Account Holder Information
  • Security Information
  • Account Numbers

You must also read the “Service Agreement” and sign below if you agree to the terms and conditions.

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Step 2 – Once the form is completed, you must mail it, fax it, or bring it in person to one of their two locations.