Convenient Access to Your Accounts Wherever You Are

With work and family filling your schedule, you need anytime access to your accounts to take care of things on demand. This is where eBanking from Ardent Credit Union delivers. Our secure portal ensures your privacy while this free service enables you to manage money just as you would if you visited one of our branches. eBanking saves you valuable time and money by allowing you to bank from home, the office, or anywhere else when the need may arise. Below are just a few more benefits of online banking services offered by Ardent.

  • Reconcile your accounts easily with real-time account balances
  • Monitor balances for savings, checking, and loans
  • Pay bills
  • Deposit checks
  • Transfer funds between your Ardent accounts
  • Make loan payments
  • Connect with Intuit's Quicken® and Microsoft's Money® software programs for tax preparation
  • Order checks

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Your Login ID can be changed by logging into eBanking and following the steps below.

Before you begin, please review these tips for choosing a Login ID to keep your information secure.

1.Settings  2.Security Preferences 3.Change Login ID

After selecting Change Login ID, the screen below will appear.

4.New Login ID  5.Submit

 

Two small deposits will be made into your account. Once you have those amounts, you’ll need to enter them to complete the account verification.

Follow the prompts to complete the verification process.

If you haven’t already, you’ll need to set up your External Account link.

A Transaction Authorized message will appear on the screen.

You can be notified when a deposit is made into your account. Alerts can be sent via text message, email, phone call or secure message.

Make paying bills easier than ever with Bill Pay. This free service enables you to set up single or recurring electronic payments from within eBanking.

First-time users login on a desktop and follow the prompts to sign up.

Before you can set up a payment, you’ll need to follow the prompts to add a payee. It’s a good idea to have your most recent bill in hand to be sure you have the information you’ll need.