Are You a NBT Bank accountholder? If so, then it is possible for you to manage your account online. This means that you can view your account balances and transaction histories online. It also means that you can pay bills, reorder checks, sign up for electronic statements and make ‘stop payment’ requests online. Further, you can sign up for email and/or text alerts for your accounts and transfer funds, among other things — all in a convenient manner, online. All these things are possible thanks to the NBT Online Banker service. And before you can manage your account through the NBT Online Banker service, you have to sign in first: through the NBT secure login.
NBT Online Banker portal website
The NBT Online Banker portal is accessible at nbtbank.com/Personal/Products-And-Services/Online-and-Mobile/NBT-Online-Banker. So that is the address you are supposed to key into your browser, after which the browser transfers you to the said portal.
When you get to the NBT Online Banker portal, you will notice a main menu at the top – with items like ‘Personal’, ‘Products & Services’, ‘Customer Support’ and ‘About Us’. On the same line, towards the top right hand corner is a red-colored ‘Login’ button. And below all that is further information on the workings of the NBT Online Banker.
8 things you can do through the NBT Online Banker
There are at least 7 key things you can do after logging into the NBT Online Banker portal.
First, through the NBT Online Banker portal, you can check your NBT account balance.
Second, through the NBT Online Banker, you can check your NBT account transaction history.
Third, through the NBT Online Banker, you can make payments (from your NBT account).
Fourth, through the NBT Online Banker, you can sign up for electronic statements for your NBT account.
Fifth, through the NBT Online Banker, you can carry out funds transfers for your NBT account.
Sixth, through the NBT Online Banker, you can sign up for email/text alerts for your NBT account.
Seventh, through the NBT Online Banker, you can re-order checks for your NBT account.
Eighth, through the NBT Online Banker, you can make ‘stop payment’ requests for your NBT account.
NBT online banker secure login
To sign into NBT Online Banker, you need to follow 4 simple steps:
Firstly, go to the NBT Online Banker webpage/portal. That is just a question of entering the webpage’s address (nbtbank.com/Personal/Products-And-Services/Online-and-Mobile/NBT-Online-Banker) into your browser. Your browser then transfers you to the NBT Online Banker portal.
Secondly, when you get to the NBT Online Banker portal, check towards the top: where you will see a main menu with items like ‘Personal’, ‘Products & Services’, ‘Customer Support’ and ‘About Us’. At the end of that line, you will see a red-colored ‘Login’ button. Click on it.
Thirdly, after clicking on the ‘Login’ button, choose your account type, enter the login ID and password. (So after clicking on the ‘Login’ button, a login area will instantly appear below it, within which there will be a space where you can select account type, and spaces for entry of login ID and password).
Fourthly, after choosing account type, entering login ID and password into the respective spaces, click on the ‘Continue’ button – whereupon you should be granted access to your NBT account.
If you don’t have a user ID and password with which to log in, you will need to enroll first. In the login box – which appears when you click on the ‘Login’ button, towards the bottom of it, there is an ‘Enroll/Update Now’. Click on it. Then click on the ‘Get Started’ button in the screen you are taken to, and provide the required information in the subsequent screens. At some stage, you will be given a chance to set up a login ID and password with which to be logging into NBT Online Banker.
How to use the NBT online banker
After logging into the NBT Online Banker, you will find various menus and links you can click on to access various things/perform various functions. Whether you want to view your NBT account balance, sign up for NBT eStatements, sign up for mail/text alerts, transfer funds, reorder checks… or anything else along those lines, you should be able to do it in a few clicks.
- NBT Online Banker webpage: https://nbtbank.com/Personal/Products-And-Services/Online-and-Mobile/NBT-Online-Banker