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Online Banking

Now you can have 24-hour access to real-time account information from the convenience of your personal computer. Waterford Bank, N.A.’s online banking is convenient, easy to use and more secure than ever. With this service you can monitor your checking and savings accounts, transaction history and more. Quickly move your money between accounts at your convenience or set up recurring transfers that take place automatically. You can even track your spending habits or manage your bills online at a glance. Save yourself time and money through the variety of services online banking has to offer.

Watch our Personal Online Banking Video.

Notifi Alerts

Through Online Banking you can set up Notifi, our real-time alert system, to deliver financial notifications you choose via email, text, or push message. Learn more about Notifi here.

Personal Online Banking Requirements

The PC requirements for online banking include both operating system minimums and Internet browser minimums. The details are listed below.

Please note that only one Internet Browser is required – you can choose which one you would like to use. Each of the browsers listed below is linked to its download screen. Although older Internet Browsers may work, they are not supported. If there are problems and you are using an older browser, the first thing that we will request in order to assist you is that you upgrade your browser.

NOTE: These links are provided for your ease of reference. Waterford Bank, N.A. does not recommend one browser over another and Waterford Bank, N.A. is not responsible for any problems experienced by you during or after upgrading any software on your personal computer.

  • IBM Compatible Computers
    • Microsoft Vista and Windows XP operating systems
      To check: Right click on the My Computer icon on your desktop and select Properties. The operating system is listed on the screen that is presented.
    • Microsoft .Net 2.0 or higher
      To check: From the Start Menu, select Settings/Control Panel. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. From the list that comes up, look for Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0. If it is there, then it is already installed; if not, click on the link to download and install. You may see Microsoft .Net 1.0 or 1.1. If so, you will still need to install Microsoft .Net 2.0. Note that online banking may work with the older version of Microsoft .Net, but it is not supported.
    • AND one of the following supported Internet Browsers:
      To check the version of any of these, run the program and then select Help/About from the menu at the top. The version should be listed on the help window.

  • Macintosh Computers
  • Additional Software