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Welcome to our FAQ. Here you will find answers to many common banking questions. You can also visit our Personal Online Banking and Business Online Banking demos inside our Online Education Center for helpful tips on how to get statements, obtain check copies, verify that checks have cleared, and much more. You will discover how useful these online tools are!
Recovering lost passwords is easy! Simply go to the Online Banking Login page and look for the Forgot Password? link. Click the link then enter your Access ID. Your password will be sent to your email address.
If you find yourself locked out of your Online Banking account, please try the following:
This is a sample check with descriptions of all important numbers:
You can log in to your Online Banking account from any page of this site, using the login box located in the upper right corner of every page. Simply enter your Access ID, then select whether your account is a Personal or Business Online Banking account, and press the Submit button.
Handling sensitive information confidentially is extremely important to The Bank of Washington as part of our commitment to servicing our clients. Although it may seem cumbersome to receive secure email messages from the bank, it is imperative to protecting our clients’ privacy.Secure Email Customer Help Guide
If you have lost your Bank of Washington VISA® credit card, you should immediately contact VISA Credit Cards at 1-800-423-7503.
If you have lost your Bank of Washington VISA® ATM/debit card, you should immediately contact the VISA ATM/debit Card center at 1-800-472-3272. If you are traveling outside the continental United States with no access to 1-800 numbers, please call 1-973-682-2652.
Notify your local branch office of your travel plans. Currently, all foreign countries and some regional areas are restricted, and we must allow them for your card prior to departure in order for you to have unrestricted use of your card during your travels.
The easiest way to access your loan balance at anytime is using your Online Banking account. All of your Bank of Washington account information (for loans and deposits) will be listed on the main summary screen of your Online Banking account, giving you immediate, 24-hour access to this important information. If you don't have an Online Banking account, contact your local branch for account balances.
You can pay personal bills (and other types of bills) online anytime, using your Online Banking account. Simply click the Bill Payment tab at the top navigation menu to access the CheckFree® Payment Center. Then add a company or person to pay in the Pay Bills section. The system will automatically withdraw funds from your account to pay your one-time bill(s). Or you can create automatic payments by using the Manage My Bills tab within the bill pay feature.
View a multi-year calendar of Federal Reserve Bank holidays that The Bank of Washington will observe.