Union Savings Bank Online Banking:
Keep your money close, convenient and secure.
USB Online Banking. The best online banking services put your accounts at your fingertips whenever you need them. Check balances, transfer funds, view checks, download transactions and order checks from your computer. No bank visit required!
Online Banking Features:
- Securely access your accounts anytime, anywhere you can get online
- Check balances, transfer funds, order checks
- Set alerts
- Download transactions to financial software
- Connects directly to Give To Charity, the giving solution that connects you with the causes you care about
Manage your bank account with ease
Follow step-by-step guides for enrolling in USB Online Banking, managing your accounts, and more with our interactive Digital Banking Tutor.
Online Banking FAQs
What are the system requirements for USB Online Banking?
How do I reorder checks?
To reorder checks click here
Your browser settings must be set to allow pop-ups for website and mobile to access all of the features.
What is the Send on Date for online check payments using Bill Pay?
The Send on Date is date that you select when scheduling your online check payment using Bill Pay in Online Banking and is displayed within the calendar widget when scheduling a bill payment. The Send On date is when Union Savings Bank will check to see if the funds are in your account at approximately 9:00 p.m. EST. The funds to cover this payment must be in your account BEFORE 9:00 p.m. EST. If funds are not available at this time, the payment will fail and an email/alert will be sent. If the funds are available, the payment will be sent.
What is the Deliver by Date for online check payments using Bill Pay?
The Deliver by Date is the date you select that you would like your payment to be received by, and is displayed within the calendar widget when scheduling a bill payment. The process time for checks to arrive to the payee is approximately 5 business days. These checks are sent as if they were from you and funds will be withdrawn from your account when the payee cashes your check.