Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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GENERAL PRODUCT QUESTIONS
Bill Payment Service
General Product Answers
What is CSB Internet Banking?
Internet Banking lets you use a personal computer and telephone line (modem) to perform many banking activities via the internet, including viewing your account balances, transferring money, and paying bills.
How much does CSB Internet Banking and/or Bill Pay cost?
Internet Banking is FREE when you use it to access account information, balance your checkbook and conduct transactions such as account transfers, etc. Personal Bill Pay service is available FREE for an unlimited number of transactions. Commercial Bill Pay is $10.00 per month for up to 50 transactions, and $.30 for each additional transaction. Each Bill Pay transaction will be deducted from your account on the day that the check or electronic transaction clears your bank account. Refer to the "Bill Pay" section for detailed answers to your questions.
How do I sign up for CSB Internet Banking?
Please visit one of our banking offices and see a customer service representative to sign up for CSB Internet Banking. If you wish to sign up for Bill Pay, you must login to your Internet Banking account and choose the “Set up as Bill Pay account option under any checking account and accept the terms. You are immediately set up for Bill Pay at that point and will be charged according to the terms.
How long, after signing up, do I have to wait to use CSB Internet Banking?
In most cases, you may use CSB Internet Banking the same day in which you sign up. You will receive a login Id and Pin after signing the Internet Banking application and agreement.
How do I log onto CSB Internet Banking for the first time?
• Visit your bank’s website.
• Select the "Internet Banking" tab.
• At the login screen:
• Enter your Netteller ID
• Enter your temporary pin
• After logging in you will be prompted to change your temporary pin
• Your password must be 8 characters in length. The system is case sensitive.
• For a more secure password, we suggest you use a combination of upper and lower case letters,
numbers and/or hyphens. Do not make it something that can be easily guessed or figured out (i.e. your nickname, middle name, etc.)
• You are now ready to use the service anytime and anywhere you have internet access.
How do I change my pin?
You are able to change your pin any time you log on to CSB Internet Banking. Simply click the "Personal" tab under “Options” tab of the account listing page, and then follow the directions.
• Your pin must be 8 characters in length.
• For a more secure pin, we suggest you use a combination of upper and lower case letters and
numbers. Do not make it something that can be easily guessed, like a nickname, middle name, etc.
What if I have problems with or forget my Netteller ID or pin?
E-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 1–800-369-5362 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. CST, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday or 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday and we will assist you with a new pin.
What accounts can I access using CSB Internet Banking?
You can access any personal checking account, money market, savings account, certificate of deposit, or loan you have with us. Note: certificate of deposit access will provide information only. You cannot request transfers to or from these accounts.
How do account transfers work?
Transfers between Bank accounts requested before 5:30 p.m. CDT on a regular business day will be processed that same day. Transfers between Bank accounts requested after 5:30 p.m. CDT (or on a weekend or Bank holiday) will be processed the next business day. Note: Transfers from loans are not available at this time.
Can I transfer to and from any account?
Account transfers are allowed to and from personal checking, NOW, savings, and money market accounts for which you are an owner on the account. You cannot transfer funds from an installment loan or line of credit, or from or into a certificate of deposit or IRA. Funds transfers into loans or lines of credit will be credited as payments.
Can I use Quicken® or Microsoft Money® with CSB Internet Banking?
Yes, you can export posted transactions from Internet Banking history to your Microsoft Money® (Note: Microsoft has announced they are dropping support of Money, or Intuit Quickbooks®. Quicken® is currently unavailable. Additional download format options are: Personal Finance (QIF), Spreadsheet (CSV), and Word Processing (TXT). Click the "Export" link at the end of the Transaction List. From the Select Export Format drop-down list box, select the appropriate file type. Then click the "Export" button to complete the process.
Can I retrieve images of checks?
Yes, By clicking on the “Transactions” option for an account, if the ref/check number is colored blue, you may double-click it, and an image will of the item will appear.
How much history is maintained on my accounts?
You'll be able to view current month and previous month transaction history beginning with the date you sign up for the CSB Service.
Bill Payment Service Answers
How do I sign up for CSB Internet Banking Bill Payment service?
Bill Pay is an option you can sign up for when enrolling in CSB Internet Banking.
How do I start using Bill Pay?
First you must set up at least one checking account as a Bill Pay account. To do so, you select the option “Set this account up for Bill Pay”. To add a payee, click the "add payee" tab under the “Bill Pay” tab and fill in the information requested:
• The payee name
• The address & city
• The state & zip code
• The phone numbe
• Your account number
Click the “Submit” button to save the information. You will need to complete this process for each payee you would like available to pay. Next you will need to click on “Pay Bills”, once in the Bill Payment screen you will select the following:
• The date of the first payment
• The account in which you are paying from
• The payee
• The date of the first payment
• The frequency of the payment (options are):
• One Time
• The expiration date
• The description of what the payment is for.
Complete the procedure by clicking the "Submit" button.
NOTE: To ensure your payee(s) receives the payment on time, schedule all your payments at least seven (7) to ten (10) business days before your bill's due date. You can always adjust the lead-time as you observe how quickly a payee posts your payment.
Which of my Bank accounts can I use to pay my bills?
Bill Pay Service is offered through your checking account with the Bank, or if you have more than one checking account, you may use any or all of them.
Who can I pay?
You can make payments to virtually any business or individual located within the United States. Many utilities and large organizations offer payments electronically, which usually are processed quicker than sending a check.
Is there anyone I shouldn't pay through Bill Pay?
The Bill Payment service may not be used to make payments to settle securities purchases, federal and state tax payments, or court-ordered payments.
How are my bills paid?
Each day at 12 noon CDT we process all bill payment transactions for that day. The money is sent to the payee one of two ways:
• Electronically through the ACH system.
• By draft (check) with your name listed as sender, mailed through the U.S. mail to your payee.
When is my account debited for my scheduled bills?
• If processing has not occurred the customer can review their scheduled payment list online.
(Processing occurs twice daily – the first of the day at 2:00 AM Central time, the second at noon Central time.)
• If processing has occurred, the customer may review up to 19 months of their payment history
• If the payment was not processed due to NSF or communication failure during processing, the
status of the payment will reflect that on both the customer and Bank Management side.
For electronic payments, your account is debited on the day that you have scheduled the bill to be paid. Bill payments entered after 12 noon CDT may be processed the following business day. Payments scheduled on a bank holiday or weekend may be processed the day before. Check payments debit your account when the check clears the bank.
Can I schedule recurring payments?
Yes! Refer to the add payment section above. It will continue to automatically schedule and send the payment at the specified interval until the expiration date you entered or you cancel the recurring payment option. Note: Payments scheduled on a bank holiday or weekend are processed the day before.
How do I cancel a bill payment or recurring payment?
You may cancel any scheduled payment by clicking on the delete option and then clicking confirm. If you are deleting a payment due today, you must delete it no later than 12 noon (Central Time).
Can I change or delete a payee?
You can change or delete a payee by selecting “View Payee List” and selecting the edit button behind the payee you would like to change or delete.
Can I change a scheduled payment?
Yes! To a change a payment, click on "View Scheduled Payments" Button, then click edit behind the specific payment you wish to change. You can modify any of the following information:
• The payment amount
• The payment date
• The frequency by selecting another frequency from the drop-down list box
• The expiration date
• The description
Then click the "Submit" button to complete the request.
Can I place a stop payment on a bill payment that has already been processed?
We cannot place a stop payment on a bill payment that has already been processed and cleared.
What is the cut-off time to change or delete pending payments?
You may cancel or change any scheduled payment through CSB by no later than 12 noon (Central Time) on the scheduled Payment Date.
What should I do if a payee has not posted my payment or I've received a late notice?
First, you should always allow enough time for the payee to receive and post your payment. Remember to allow at least 72 hours for electronic payments and up to 7-10 days for check/draft payments. If you receive a late notice, and more than enough time was given for the payment, call the payee directly to ensure your payment and late notice did not cross in the mail. If you believe an error has occurred, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the payee's name, payment date, amount, account number, and telephone number or call us at 1-800-369-5362 and we can research the payment.
What happens if I don't have enough money in my account to cover a Bill Payment?
For electronic payments, if your account has sufficient overdraft protection to cover the payment, we'll draw against that, otherwise the payment will be canceled and not processed. For check payments, if your account has sufficient overdraft protection to cover the payment, we'll draw against that, otherwise the check may be returned and may receive NSF and Overdraft charges on your account.
How safe is my account information?
Please refer to our "Security Statement" for the complete details of our security. Links to our Security Statement can also be found at the top left-hand side of the Bank's Web Site Home Page and on the first page of the Interenet Banking program.
Our Part in keeping your account information safe
We use commercially reasonable security technology to keep your account information safe. With encryption, firewalls, and trusted operating systems incorporated into our overall banking architecture, authentic transactions may take place over the internet with relative safety. No system is completely safe from third parties, however, especially the internet. As such, we cannot guarantee the security of all communications. Please refer to our "Security Statement" for the details of our security.
Your Part in keeping your account information safe
Your Netteller ID and Pin are confidential and you should exercise care when using them. Don't make your password something that can be easily guessed or figured out.
• Never lend your Netteller ID or Pin to anyone and never write them on your PC or any computer
• Never accept advice from strangers while you are using it. Beware of fraudulent requests for
your password by someone posing as a Bank employee. A Bank employee would never ask for this information!
• Never use a "Save Password" feature if offered by your browser. (This is a feature available in
Microsoft Explorer 5.0) This would allow anyone who opens your browser access to your account information without needing a password.
Use a browser with 128-bit encryption. (Encryption is a method of scrambling information transmitted between you and the Bank.) Please refer to our "Security Statement" section for the more recommendations you can follow to ensure maximum security of your account information.
Where can I find more detailed information about security?
Please refer to our online Security Statement for more detailed information on what we do to keep your banking information safe with Internet Banking, or click on the www.us-cert.gov link for additional information.
Can the Bank answer questions about my internet service connection or my computer?
Your best source of information regarding any issues you have with your internet connection is your Internet Service Provider. Their customer service personnel are trained to answer all your internet connection questions. The same holds true for any questions about your computer. Contact the hardware manufacturer or software company for best results.
Can anyone else see my account information?
No, your online account information is available only to those with an authorized Netteller ID and pin. The information is not public. For more information please refer to our Privacy Statement.
Miscellaneous Information Answers
Why does CSB Internet Banking load so slow over the internet?
A secure site such as CSB Online Banking will be slower due to the encryption process. Additionally, the capabilities of your computer, memory space available, modem, software, and Internet Service Provider all effect the speed at which the information travels. Please be patient, the slower speed is for both your and our security and protection. Some tips that can help if memory is the problem: click on your browser’s "Help" button to find how to make appropriate changes.
• Reduce the graphics - Graphics require extensive system resources, and can be eliminated to
speed up the loading process.
• Clear your memory cache.
• Shut down other programs you have running.
• Change your wallpaper to a generic pattern.
How do I contact the Bank if I have a question or comment about CSB Internet Banking?
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns you can e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 1-800-369-5362 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday, or 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday. Please note that e-mail is not a secure environment like CSB Internet Banking. Please do not include any sensitive information in your email, such as account numbers, passwords, or social security numbers. Your name and a general description of your question will be sufficient to respond to your question.
What internet browsers can I use with CSB Internet Banking?
You may use Microsoft Internet Explorer® (Versions 7.0 or 8.0), FireFox (Version 3 and higher, and Apple Safari® (Versions 1.0 and higher). These browsers support secure transactions over the internet using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol. If you get an error that has "CGI" in the title when you try to access CSB Internet Banking, your browser may have its "Java" turned off. You can turn the Java on in the Options or Preferences menu of your browser.
Can I access CSB Internet Banking from outside the United States?
Yes! Just use a secure browser such as Netscape NavigatorTM or Microsoft Explorer®.
What phone number do I call if I lose my debit card after bank business hours?
If you lose your debit card after business hours, please call NYCE at 1-888-849-6046 and report a lost and/or stolen card. Please contact CSB the next business day to let us know also, so that we can take the necessary steps to protect your account.