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Online Banking

Wherever your computer goes, your money follows.

During your business’ hours or after your business’ hours, with Delta Community’s Online Banking, you’ll be able to access your business accounts and loan information, transfer funds between accounts and pay your business bills electronically with Online Bill Pay anytime you want.

Here are some of the great things Online Banking lets you do:

  • Online Bill Pay
  • View account transactions and loan information
  • Transfer funds between your Delta Community accounts and to your accounts at other financial institutions (A2A)
  • Make loan payments
  • View check images
  • Activate, block or cancel Visa®/ATM cards
  • Request PIN reminders
  • View eStatements and eAlerts
  • Update your personal information

It pays to pay with Online Bill Pay.

You’ve probably noticed that paying business bills via check is becoming a thing of the past, which is why you probably want to consider paying them online instead. It’s an easy switch to make. And once you start doing it, you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it sooner.

All it takes to get started is for you to log in to Online Banking, select Bill Pay at the top and follow the simple instructions. As long as you have an open Delta Community Business Account, you’ll be able to use this service. Electronic payments are debited from your account and sent on the payment date that you choose. The merchant should receive payments within three business days. If the scheduled electronic payment falls on a weekend or holiday, the payment will be sent the next business day. Funds must be available on the payment date or your payment will not be sent.

Important Notice: You are accessing a secure site with confidential information which is restricted to authorized persons only. Unauthorized access or use is not permitted and constitutes a crime punishable by law. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.