Bank of Okolona provides online banking services to their customers, not only to enhance customer service options but to allow their clients to do their banking on their own terms. If a banking customer would like to review their account information online they may do so by computer and/or any bank supported mobile device.
Bank of Okolona has been serving the county of Chickasaw County in Mississippi for more than 75 years as a community bank. Today they have three locations in the state. If a banking client would like to login to their account, they may do so by accessing the home page and logging in with a User ID and Password.
How To Login
Step 1 – Go to www.bankofokolona.com – Once you arrive at the home page, in the “Online Banking” box in the left middle section of the page, enter your User ID. Click “Login”
Step 2 – Once you’ve submitted your User ID, you will then be guided to a security page. You will click the “Continue With Security Code” button. This will provide a pop up box allowing options as to how you would like to receive the one time pass code.
Step 3 – When you’ve decided how you would like to receive your code and continued with your selection, you will complete your login on the next page. You will enter your one time pass code and proceed to your Online Banking page where you will have the ability to conduct your banking business.
Forgotten Password – If you are unable to recall your password information, you must either contact customer service at 1-(662) 447-2703 or you may walk into a banking center for further assistance.
How To Enroll
Step 1 – If you’re prepared to enroll in online banking begin by going to the Enrollment Form. Once you’ve reached the Enrollment Form, complete all of the required fields provided on the form. You would then click “Proceed”
Step 2 – As you click “proceed” once you’ve completed the form, you will be prompted through the remainder of the enrollment process, privately, while setting up User and Password information as well you will set up security steps. Once complete, you will then have access to your Online Banking services. You would then be able to view balances and conduct any needed transactions.