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- Customers who have an account with Centennial Bank can use Centennial Bank’s Online Banking portal to check their account balance, pay bills, view or cancel scheduled payments and review past payments
- Signing up for eStatements from Centennial Bank gives the same information as a traditional, mailed paper statement, but also gives images of cancelled checks (and is available sooner and is more secure)
- Centennial Bank customers can sign up to receive account activity notifications (including maximum or minimum balances), insufficient fund activities, loan payments and direct deposit notifications
To enroll in online banking with Centennial Bank, customers will need to fill out a form including account number, Social Security number, and address. Once this form is mailed to Centennial Bank, the customer will receive their online access within 10 business days, and will need to set up a unique Centennial Bank user ID and password.
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- Centennial Bank’s Online Banking services let customers handle a wide variety of requests like checking a Centennial Bank account balance, searching recent account activity, transferring funds between two Centennial Bank accounts, and more
- Centennial Bank customers who enroll in mobile banking can use the same services as the Centennial Bank online portal, but with a cell phone app.
To report a lost Centennial Bank debit card, customers can write to Centennial Bank, P.O. Box 966, Conway, AR 72033 or call the customer service phone number.
More information about Centennial National Bank
Centennial National Bank was founded in 1876 by Robert H. Adcock Jr. and was the official bank of the first World’s Fair in the United States. Today, the bank has locations in Arkansas, Florida and South Alabama. In the 1990s, the bank also formed Twin City Bank and the Marine Bank of the Florida Keys, both of which were merged into Centennial Bank brand.
To Contact Centennial bank about an online banking account:
- 620 Chestnut Street, Conway, Arkansas 72032