Bank Independent was established in 1947 as the bank of Leighton by Leighton farmers. The bank operates 27 convenient branches and is headquartered in Sheffield, Alabama.
Bank Independent’s Online Banking platform provides an easy, convenient and secure online access to your bank accounts anytime. Online Banking platform uses latest security authentication process, firewalls and encryption technology to protect account holders from identity theft and fraud. Follow the guide shown below to Enroll, Login and reset forgotten password in order to access online banking service.
HOW TO LOG IN
Enrolled users to the Online Banking platform can follow the steps below to log in:
Step 1 – Open this link https://bibank.com in your browser to access the bank’s website.
Step 2 – Enter your User ID then click Sign In
Step 3 – Verify your personal image and enter your password then click Submit
The bank online systems will verify your credentials and direct you to your online banking account.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOG ID
If you can’t recall your login password, kindly follow the guide below to reset it:
Step 1 – Log in using your User ID and when prompted to enter a password click Forgot your password
Step 2 – Enter your Bank Independent online banking ID, email address and email subject then click Continue
A new password will be emailed to you automatically. Use it to login to your account and set a new password.
HOW TO ENROLL
With a checking or savings account in Bank Independent, you can enroll in online banking services using the steps below:
Step 1 – In the bank homepage, kindly click Enroll Now link
Step 2 – Review the enrollment requirements and the terms and conditions then click I Agree
Step 3 – Enter the requested fields then click Continue
Once your credentials are verified by the bank systems you will be allowed to proceed and finalize the enrollment process.
MANAGE BANK INDEPENDENT ONLINE BANKING
At the Bank Independent online banking platform, you are allowed to:
- Transfer funds between accounts
- Check balances and account statements
- View checks posted to your account
- Pay loans
- View images of any cancelled checks