Safe, convenient, information and transfer capabilities when you want it â€“ thatâ€™s TIME Online Banking.Â Â If you are not currently a Time Federal deposit customer, we invite you to visit one of our offices to open a checking or savings account today!
How do I get started?
At the top left on this page is the Online Banking Login, which include View Demo and Enroll Now options.Â If you would likeÂ to see a sample of the features of online banking, select View Demo.Â The Enroll Now button will take you through the steps of online enrollment.Â A temporary User ID and Password will be sent to you by mail in separate mailings.Â You should receive them in 3-5 business days after enrollment.
Go to our website; enter your temporary User ID and Password.Â You will be taken through the steps of establishing your own User ID, complex password, answering three security questions and choosing a random picture with a phrase.Â While this seems complicated, all these steps help make your information more secure.
What can I do once I am signed up?
Transfer of funds can be made out of checking or savings accounts and credited to checking, savings, loans and safe deposit boxes.Â Certificates of DepositÂ and IRAâ€™s are view only.Â You can establish recurring transfers and even name your accounts for ease of use.Â You can also reorder checks and set up alerts or reminders for yourself.
Can I send a message to the bank?
YES,Â with Secure Bank Mail available through online banking.Â Messages are checked periodically during the regular business day.
Are there limits on how often I can transfer funds?
From a Passbook Savings Account, regulations permit only six not-in-person transfers per month.Â This includes phone transfers, telephone banking transfers, automatic payments (ACH)Â … these types of transfers must be limited to six per month.
What if I have a problem?
Call Time Federal Data Processing at 1-800-205-0914.
Can a business use Online Banking?
Sure â€“ if you are a sole proprietor (doing business as) you should enroll with the personal enrollment form.Â All other businesses or entities should enroll with the business enrollment form.