Several commonly asked questions about the Consumer Home Page are presented below as jump links and should help get you up to speed using this page. Scroll through the topics or use the links below to get the information you need most.
The Consumer Home Page helps you do your everyday money management tasks quickly and easily all in one place. In fact, we've brought together the tools needed to perform your most common daily tasks without ever leaving the page. You can easily:
So instead of switching between Account Summary, Account History, Bill Pay, Transfer Funds and other pages, you can take action right there on one page to complete several basic functions. We hope you will think of it as your money management control panel.
NOTE: If you do not have any accounts set up in online banking yet, the page will just display the message, "You do not currently have any accounts."
The Consumer Home Page contains task-specific areas that are usually found individually on several different pages within Internet Banking: Account Summary, Account History, Bill Pay, Transfer Funds and FinanceWorks. NOTE: If you do not have any accounts set up in online banking yet, the page will just display the message, "You do not currently have any accounts."
This is where you can see all of your accounts and balances in a glance without having to scroll. In the upper-right portion of My Accounts you will find the Make a transfer icon and link that enables you to make a one-time funds transfer between your accounts and much more. To view the most recent activity for any account, click the Quick Peek link. Clicking Quick Peek opens a new window that shows the most recent transactions or payment activity for the account along with links to Make a Transfer and Go to account history.
Just select the Make a transfer button to make a one-time transfer between your accounts. You may also be able to transfer funds to make a loan payment, if that option is available. If there are any restrictions on the number of transfers allowed per month or any transfer fees applied, it will be indicated in a message displayed below the To or From field (or both).
Selecting the Make a transfer button opens the Move Money window above the My Accounts list. Just enter the amount, select the transfer To and From accounts, then click the Transfer button and confirm the transfer details and you're done. Transactions now post quickly when you complete a transfer. This means that we will automatically refresh the page (to get the new account balances) when you close the transfers success window.
NOTE: If you are making a loan payment, additional fields may be available to enter the required information. Click here to learn more about making a loan payment. If available, additional transfer options may be found within the main Internet Banking pages.
If you are already using Bill Pay in Internet Banking, you can schedule a one-time payment here. First select a payee from the drop-down field, then select the payment date using the calendar tool and enter the amount. Then click the Schedule payment button to schedule the payment. Schedule payments that haven't yet been paid are also displayed here.
If you are not yet a Bill Pay user, the Make a Payment section will display a message about paying bills online. Just click the Go to payments link below the message to go to the Bill Pay enrollment page. Click here to see the step-by-step process for setting up a one-time bill payment
The Rewards program is an easy way to put a little money back in your pocket just by shopping for things you already use. If an account is eligible for the Rewards program you will see offers in your transaction list and find the 'Rewards' section just below the account summary. Clicking the View your offers link opens the Rewards program summary page with a list of all new and current offers and recent rewards.
If you are a FinanceWorks user, the pie chart shows all of your spending trends with a summary of your transactions for the past 30 days, categorized and broken out as totals and percentages. You can click on a pie piece to see a complete list of transactions for the selected category.
If you are not yet a FinanceWorks user, instead of seeing the spending pie chart a message will encourage you to try FinanceWorks. Just click the link below the message to go to FinanceWorks and get started.
You can use your standard menu and submenu selections to navigate around Internet Banking like you do now. However, each section of the Consumer Home Page has a link that will take you to other pages within Internet Banking that may help you do things that are not currently available on the page.
Yes you can copy data from the transaction list and paste it into standard spreadsheets like Excel. Just highlight and copy the data you want (e.g., date, description or amount) from Quick Peek and paste it into a row of the spreadsheet.
Yes, you can use Control + F to do a simple browser search for an amount, date, payee name, etc. within Quick Peek. For example, just open the browser search field (Ctl F) enter the payee name and click the Next button.
The My Accounts section in the upper left area has all of your accounts categorized by type (Deposit, Savings, Loans, etc.) with the current balance and available balance for each account. Within each category group the accounts are listed in alphabetical order by name – either the original account name or the account nickname that you assigned.
Your first Deposit account is displayed at the top of the list and shows the balance and available balance. The Total Accounts value is displayed at the bottom of each account section.
If available with your online services, you will be able to see the maturity date of your CD or Certificate Account in the account bar without having to access the account details. If the maturity date is available, it is displayed as “Matures on MM/DD/YYYY.”
Clicking Quick Peek opens a new window that shows the balance and available balance along with the most recent transactions or payment activity for that account. High transaction volume accounts (like Checking) will show 5 days of account activity. Low volume accounts (like loans) will show 30 days of account activity. You will also find helpful links to Make a Transfer and Go to account history at the bottom of the window.
Just click the X button on the top right or anywhere outside of the window to close it. Clicking the account name or the Go to account history link opens the Account History Page for that account.
For all loan accounts you will see the balance, next payment amount, a Pay now link (to make the loan payment), interest paid for the current and previous years, recent payments made, and a link to the account history page. Clicking the Pay now link will open the Move money window so you can complete the payment.
It couldn't be easier. Just click on the arrow icon that's located to the right of the account category name to hide all of the accounts for that category. Simply click on the arrow icon again to redisplay the accounts.
In the upper right portion of the My Accounts section you will see the Make a Transfer button. Clicking the button opens the Move Money window. Select the From and To accounts, enter the transfer amount, then click the Transfer button. If it applies, the number of transfers available and number of transfers used for the month will be displayed below the account field.
When you click the Transfer button you will get a message asking you to confirm the funds transfer, as seen in the example below.
When you click the Make Transfer button a transfer complete window will display with all of the relevant transfer details and the option to Make another transfer or Print the transfer details. Transactions will post immediately when you complete the transfer.
This means that we will automatically refresh the page (to get new account balances) when you close the transfers success window shown below. NOTE: If an issue should occur during the transfer process, an error message will instruct you what to do next.
To make a loan payment using Move Money:
Transfers made on the Consumer Home Page will display quickly in the My Accounts list and the Account History Page transactions list if it's supported. This means that we will automatically refresh the page (to get new account balances) once a user closes the transfers success window.
Adding outside accounts if you are not enrolled in FinanceWorks
If you are not a FinanceWorks user, you will see the promotional spot in the Outside Accounts module, as shown below. Just click the Get Started link to open the FinanceWorks enrollment page, then follow the onscreen instructions to sign up for free. See the details for adding your outside accounts below.
Adding outside accounts for a FinanceWorks user that has no accounts added yet
Once you have signed up for FinanceWorks, you can start adding your outside accounts (checking, savings, investments, etc.) so they will be available within FinanceWorks and the Outside Accounts module on the Consumer Home Page. Within FinanceWorks, outside accounts can be added on the Overview page.
To begin adding outside accounts from the Consumer Home Page, click the Add Outside Accounts link in the Outside Accounts module to directly access the Financial Institution Search page in FinanceWorks. Start typing the financial institution name or account name in the field provided, as shown below. Matching names will automatically display below the entry field, so just click on the name you want to select it.
Clicking on the account name opens a new window where you will enter your User ID and Password. This enables FinanceWorks to automatically access your account data and display it in the Accounts column, as well as the Outside Accounts module on the Consumer Home Page. Simply follow the on-screen instructions to add each bank or account.
NOTE: You only have to enter your account login information once for everything you set up, except for a Wells Fargo account. You will have to enter your Wells Fargo login credentials every time you access FinanceWorks.
Adding additional accounts in the Outside Accounts module
So what types of financial institutions and accounts can be added? You can add an outside bank, credit union, or investment firm from more than 18,000 financial institutions from across the country. You can also add a variety of accounts: Checking, CD or Certificate Account, Money Market, Savings, Mortgage, Loan, Line of Credit, Taxable Investments and Tax-deferred Investments (that may include securities like stocks, bonds, mutual funds and cash reserves).
The accounts will be organized by financial institution with all available accounts listed for each one, as shown below. There will be a hide/show arrow icon to the right of the financial institution name. Clicking on the arrow icon will open a collapsed group of accounts, or collapse an account set that is open.
When you have added one or more accounts the Outside Accounts module will look more like what you see below. To add an additional financial institution or account, simply click the Add button to directly access the Financial Institution Search page within FinanceWorks.
Each account will display a "Last updated" date and time below the account balance. If FinanceWorks cannot connect to an account, a warning sign is displayed with the following message, "We cannot connect to this account." Clicking on the How do I fix this? link displays specific instructions of how to use the Go to FinanceWorks link to remedy the issue there.
At the top of the right column is the Make a Payment section. It looks a bit like a check and can be easily used to schedule a new payment.
Use the following steps to schedule a new payment:
NOTE: If for any reason the payment cannot be scheduled, an error message will display and tell you what to do next.
If you are not yet set up for bill pay, the Make a Payment task area will display a message encouraging you to start paying your bills online. Clicking the Go to Payments link will take you to the Bill Pay start page.
We are experiencing a temporary communication issue with the main Bill Payment system meaning it does not recognize payments made through Make a Payment on the Consumer Home Page. You may have even received an email reminder to pay the same eBill that you just paid using Make a Payment. Please go to the main Bill Pay system and file that eBill to resolve the issue.
If an account is eligible for Rewards program and offers are available for that account, you may find offers in your transactions list. If there is an offer attached to a particular transaction, the offer will appear on the second line of the transaction details, as shown below.
The yellow section in the transaction history example below shows a “New Offer” that has not been added to your card.
Activating an offer When you click on the yellow section, the offer will expand and automatically add the offer to the debit card associated with the account, as shown below. Then when you shop at the sponsoring merchant and use that debit card to pay for the transaction, you earn the reward.
You can also read the full offer details there on the page or click the View All Offers icon to go to your Rewards Summary page.
You'll notice right away that the summary page is arranged in three tabs: Recent Offers, Expired Offers and Rewards Earned. You'll find a list of every new and active offer for that account in the Recent Offers tab with the most recent arrivals at the top of the list. Clicking on a Merchant Logo puts the offer on your debit card.
You can review all of the offers that have expired in the Expired Offers tab. Clicking on a Merchant Logo shows the complete offer details.
You can also see how much you have earned in the Rewards Earned tab. These redeemed offers are arranged by month. This is how it works, if you make a qualifying purchase with your debit card in April, it will be shown in the Rewards Earned column as being deposited into your account at the end of May.Opting Out of the Rewards Program
If you decide that you want to opt out of the Rewards program for a specific account, just click the Stop receiving all offers link near the bottom of the page and click Yes in the resulting popup to confirm that you no longer wish to receive offers for that account. NOTE: To start seeing offers again, click the Get Started link at any time in the Rewards module to opt back in to the Rewards program.
If you are a FinanceWorks user, you will see the familiar pie chart in the View My Spending section. The pie chart is created with your transaction data that comes directly from FinanceWorks. It shows your spending over the past 30 days and each spending category that you have used is represented by a slice of the pie.
The pie slice categories are listed in a legend next to the chart and show the total value and percentage of the total amount. Please be aware that only Personal spending categories – and NOT those categorized as Business expenses – will appear in the spending chart.
Resting or hovering your mouse over one of the pie slices, displays the category name, total amount and percentage in a pop-up, as seen below.
Now click the slice to refresh the chart and show the transactions that make up that category as pie slices and legend information. When you want to see all the main categories again, just click the All Categories link above the chart.
If you are not yet a FinanceWorks user, instead of the spending pie chart you will see a message encouraging you to sign up. Just click the Go to FinanceWorks link or icon to get started, if it is available.
The transactions shown in the spending chart are collected every night from your different accounts by FinanceWorks. But in some cases it may take a day or two for transactions to appear in the chart. FinanceWorks may not be able to get the transactions from one or more of your accounts (e.g., if an account is offline and doesn't respond). In those cases, FinanceWorks won't be able to retrieve transactions from that account until the error is fixed.
Just click the account name link that you want to open the Account History Page. The page will open with transaction details for your default date range. Or you can click on the Go to account history link in the Quick Peek window to directly access the Account History Page.
If we do not mask account numbers, you can go to the account you want and click the account name link to open the Account History Page. Click the See account details link in the account summary window in the upper right-hand part of the screen. If it's available and not masked, your full account number will be listed with other relevant account details.
When you are finished just click the Hide account details link to collapse the extra information. (NOTE: Your account number can also be found at the bottom of a physical check. It's the last 7-10 numbers on the right side.)
First go to the My Accounts area and find the account you're looking for. Click the account name link for that account to open the Account History Page. The check will display as a link, typically with the check number. Simply click the link to view images of the front and back of the check. Click the Close button at the bottom of the window when you are finished.
First go to the My Accounts area and find the account you're looking for. Click the account name link for that account to open the Account History Page.
Print Transactions: Make sure the date range is what you want (e.g., 30 days) or select a different date range using the Change drop-down list. Click the Print icon or link to open a separate window showing the transactions in a printer friendly format. Select a printer, if needed, and click the Print button to send the transaction list to the printer.
Print Check Images: In the Account History Page, open the account that you want and then click the check link that you want to print. With the check images displayed, click the Print icon or link. Select a printer, if needed, then click the Print button to send the check images to the printer.