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Phone Issues: Currie State Bank's phone provider in the Currie Office, VAST Broadband, is working on issues it is having with certain calls hitting Verizon towers that are not being connected successfully. CSB is aware of this issue and is in close contact with VAST. As an alternative form of communication during this time, you can email csbcustomerservice@curriestatebank.com if you're unable to get through with a phone call. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause!

Online Banking Features

Online Banking allows our customers to view the following information online:

  • Balance inquires on checking, savings, CDs, loans accounts, and more
  • Inquires by check number or amount
  • Transaction search by multiple criteria
  • Card Control: block your card if lost or stolen, block transactions greater than a set amount, freeze international transactions, or allow in person only transactions
  • Account data can be exported to popular financial management applications such as QuickenTM and Microsoft MoneyTM plus comma separated (.csv) files
  • Maturity dates
  • View front and back of check images and deposit slips
  • Online statements available in Adobe Acrobat format(PDF)
  • Interest information, current and previous year
  • Activity information
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Scheduled transfers
  • Change login user ID and password
  • Change e-mail address
  • Online help
  • e-Alerts: Receive free, customized alerts about your accounts including balances, transactions and activity, sent to your email or wireless device.
  • Quicken and QuickBooks Direct Connect

All accounts can be enabled or disabled for online banking access on a customer or account level.

 

Setting up e-Alerts

  • Log in to your Online Banking account
  • Select e-Alerts & Messages from the menu bar on top
  • Select "Create new alert"
  • Choose from the list of alerts to set up a new e-Alert to be sent to you via email, text message, or both. You can set up as many alerts as you would like.
  • Make sure to save your new e-Alert. You can also send a test text message or email to ensure that it is working properly. Give the test message a few minutes to appear in your text message inbox or your email inbox.
  • For any questions getting your e-Alerts set up, call Currie State Bank.