At Central National Bank, we believe in staying abreast of current technology.
Not for the sake of technology alone, but for the ability to provide electronic services to our customers. This allows you to bank more efficiently with real-time access to your money anytime, anywhere.
With our Visa Debit Card, you can withdraw cash or make purchases from any ATM or merchant that accepts Visa. If you would prefer not to have to remember a Personal Identification Number (PIN), you can use your card as a credit card by selecting “Credit” at the merchant point of sale. [Apply Here]
CentraNet Online Banking
With CentraNet online banking, you can bank anytime, anywhere. Check balances, view transaction history, transfer funds and pay bills all from the convenience of your computer, tablet or smart phone. [Enroll Now]
If you are a CentraNet user, you can use our free Bill Pay service to set up recurring payments for your mortgage or car or to enter your other providers (utilities, insurance, etc.) so that when your bills are due, you can pay them all in a matter of seconds by choosing the provider and entering the amount. Using Bill Pay is easy and convenient. Plus, it saves you time and money on postage. To add Bill Pay to an existing CentraNet, click the “Bill Pay” menu tab in CentraNet and follow the prompts on the ensuing screens.
Access your accounts, transfer funds, and pay bills via your smart phone using CNB’s Mobile CentraNet. To use Mobile CentraNet, download CNB’s mobile apps in the App Store and Google Play. [Mobile CentraNet FAQ’s]
Depositing checks has never been easier. With Central National Bank’s Mobile Deposit, you can use your iPhone, iPad or Android phone to deposit checks. [Apply Now]
The Informant Telephone Banking
If you don’t have a computer or are traveling and don’t have access to your computer, you can still have access to your account(s) by calling The Informant at 254.751.3750 or 1.800.922.6236. Through this telephone banking system, you can check your balances, transfer funds between accounts, request a copy of your bank statement via fax, or activate/deactivate your debit card. [Informant Quick Reference Guide]