You can click on the Forgot password link when trying to sign on to reset your password. After answering additional verification, you will receive an email to the email address you've provided us. Remember, when you first log in after your password is emailed to you or reset, you will be asked to change it. If this method doesn't work for any reason, please stop by any of our locations for assistance.
MFA stands for Multi-Factor Authentication. MFA is a security feature that all banks with Online Banking services must provide since the 2005 FFIEC Strong Authentication security standards were released.
Please call our Customer Support team at (864) 638-5444 for assistance with this issue.
Please call our Customer Support team at (864) 638-5444 for
assistance with this issue.
Please email us at email@example.com so that we may
take your complaint into consideration. When writing to us about
your issue with the system, please be detailed as to what you like
or don't like.
Please stop by any of our locations for assistance.
To view the transactions on your account, first select the accounts tab at the top. Then click the account you'd like to view. Here you will find a long list of transactions for your account that you currently have selected.
This means you are entering an incorrect password. If you are
having difficulty entering your password, you can click on the
Forgot Password link to have your password emailed to you.
This means you are entering an incorrect Access ID. Please
remember that Access IDs are case sensitive.
This means we are doing maintenance on your Online Banking
This means your account has been disabled. Please call
(864) 638-5444 to have a Customer Service team member
enable your account.
This means you're already a user in the Online Banking service.
This means there was an error with the Multi-Factor
Authentication. Typically this means you are accessing the Online
Banking service with a web-enabled phone or smartphone. Please
call Customer Service at (864) 638-5444 for help with this issue.