How do I start?
It’s simple! Just click the link above and follow the on-screen instructions. If you have used Online Banking before, but this is your first time logging on to SWIFT, please select the Registered Internet Banking User box. If you have not used Online Banking and are just starting, please select the New User box.
Is it safe?
We have done extensive testing and research to ensure the safety and security of our site. SWIFT uses encryption, automatic logoffs and various firewalls to ensure the safety of our site.
Mobile Banking with Remote Deposit
Use your smart mobile device for secure and convenient online banking. Download the free United Bank app and make transfers, check balances, deposit checks, and more without stopping at the bank.
Online Banking features:
- Obtain current balance
- View account transactions and check images
- Verify transaction amounts
- Transfer between accounts
- Make loan payments
- Access previous statements
- Pay bills online with Online Bill Pay
- Set account alerts
- Send secure messages to the bank
- And more!
Paying your bills is a breeze when you pay online with Bill Pay. There’s no need for checks, envelopes or stamps. No trips to the mailbox or post office. And the best part… it’s FREE! You can even sign up for email or mobile* alerts regarding activity on your Bill Pay account.
How do I sign up?
Log into Online Banking an click on the bill pay tab. Once you are enrolled, you can add payees by simply clicking the “Payees” tab and then “Add a Payee”. You will need a recent account statement to set up each Payee.
Is it safe?
We have done extensive testing and research to ensure the safety and security of our site. UB Bill Pay uses encryption, automatic logoffs and various firewalls to ensure the safety of our site.
What if I have questions?
You can contact us by phone, email, or in person at any of our branches.
Please do not include your account numbers, social security numbers, or any other information you would like to keep private to United Bank or anyone else in an email message. Thank you.
**Mobile alerts may result in text messaging charges from you service provider.