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Internet Banking FAQs

Marion County Bank’s Internet Banking service provides round-the-clock access to your Marion County Bank accounts, allowing you to transfer money between accounts, reconcile your statement, download transactions, view check images and much more.

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Our Internet Banking service is completely FREE!

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Although minimal, there are times when Internet Banking is taken offline for maintenance. We make every effort to post a notice in advance to let you know when the system will be unavailable.

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You can access all of your Marion County Bank checking, savings, loan and CD accounts.

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Account Nicknames can be added in Internet Banking to make it easier for you to recognize accounts.  To edit your Account Nicknames in Internet Banking, click "Edit Accounts" above the list of accounts.  Select the account you would like to rename.  Enter the nickname for one or more accounts by typing the nickname in the box.  Click "Save" to complete the process.

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While logged into Internet Banking, click on the Alerts button on the top menu bar.

Select the type of alert you wish to create based on the account type.  The account type options are Checking/Savings, Certificate of Deposit, or Loan.

On the next screen, click on the “Setup New Alert” hyperlink near the bottom of the window.

In the second drop-down menu, select the type of alert you wish to create from the list of available options.

Click the “Next Button”.

Depending upon what type of alert you have selected to create, you may be prompted to select additional criteria.  You’ll need to specify how often you would like the system to check for updates as well as where you would like the alert notifications sent.

Once you have entered all the information required to set up the alert, click the “Finish” button.

The ACH Deposit Alert Confirmation will show details of the new alert; click the “Done” button to return to the alerts menu.

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While logged into Internet Banking, click on the Alerts button on the top menu bar.

Select the type of alert you wish to edit or delete. All alerts set up for that type of account will be displayed.  If you wish to change an existing alert, click on the icon in the “Edit” column.  If you wish to remove an alert, click on the icon in the “Delete” column.

If you select the option to delete an alert, an updated list of alerts will be displayed.  If you select the option to edit an alert, a menu will be displayed that will allow you to make changes.  Once you make the desired changes, click on the “Finish” button.

The details of the new alert will be shown; click the “Done” button to return to the alerts menu.

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To change your Internet Banking username, please call customer service at 641-628-2191.

To change your Internet Banking password, log in to Internet Bank and select Profile from the top menu options.  You will be able to change your password by selecting Edit password. 

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You can view eighteen months of transactions and images for your accounts. Transaction history is available for viewing on Internet Banking or transactions can be downloaded.

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The information is real time, online data so you always have access to your most current information.

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Yes. Using a browser that supports 128-bit encryption, you can log in from any computer anywhere with Internet access. Simply enter your Access ID, answer your Security Questions if prompted and enter your password to access your Marion County Bank account(s).

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Click here to turn off your paper statements. You will need to enter the last four digits of each of the accounts that you want to enroll in E-Statements.

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There are a variety of reasons why certain accounts may not be available to view online. If you feel there is an error please contact Customer Service.

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Available balance is the amount of money in your checking or savings account that is available for withdrawal. The available balance includes deposits as well as pending withdrawals posting to an account on that business day. This balance includes funds which may be available from a loan such as a HELOC. Advancement of loan funds will incur interest charges. The available balance does not include checks that you’ve written that have not yet cleared.

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Electronic Statements for your accounts can be accessed by clicking on Accounts and then clicking the Documents button.

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