Online banking is made easy through Centennial Banks member portal at my100bank.com. Personal banking offers checking accounts, savings accounts and additional loan services while business banking covers cash management, and both business checking and savings accounts. E-banking has never been easier with online banking and E-statements through a mobile banking network.
Simplified mobile banking allows members to pay bills, view or cancel scheduled payments and review payments that have been made in the past. When on the go you can use your mobile deposit app provided by my100bank.com to deposit checks. With eligible accounts you can check balances and make transfers as well as view recent transactions and use the mobile app to find the nearest Centennial Bank locations or ATM machines.
Log in to your member portal using your online ID and unique member password. If you’re not yet registered, click the link titled “enroll now” to start the registration process.
Create a Centennial Bank Online Account
To complete the registration process, you must completely fill out the E statement and Internet banking enrollment form and give authorization and agreement to enroll and E statement and Internet banking. The following information is required:
- Account number. Type of account. Transfer rights.
- Full name or business name
- Work phone number
- Social Security number or tax ID number
- Valid email address
- City, state and ZIP Code
- Home or cell phone number
After the information has been correctly and put, you must agree to the terms and conditions of the services provided by Centennial online banking. By signing your name with applicant signature is required, this shows that you approve and understand the agreement provided by my100bank.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding technical difficulty using your member account or need to contact customer care you can call the following phone number 888-372-9788. Also view the customer Q&A or FAQs to find answers to common and simple questions often asked by Centennial Bank members. Search for a location or ATM near you by choosing a region or entering your ZIP Code in the required box.
How many centennial banks are there?
Centennial Bank currently operates with 153 branches located in 4 states. The bank has most branches in Florida, Arkansas, Alabama and New York. As of today, Centennial Bank is the 57th largest bank in US by branch count.
What states have Centennial Bank?
Centennial Bank has locations in Arkansas, Florida, South Alabama, and New York.
Does Centennial Bank have a coin counter?
ATM CREDIT CARD CASH ADVANCE NOTARY SERVICE CASHIER CHECKS MEDALLION STAMP FOREIGN CURRENCY CONVERSION SAFE DEPOSIT BOX WIRE TRANSFERS COIN COUNTING MACHINE- AVAILABLE SERVICES MAY VARY BY LOCATION.
What time does direct deposit hit Centennial Bank?
However, the processing time to complete the deposit may vary. Funds deposited before 6 PM CT on a banking business day (every day except Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays) are normally available for withdrawal on the first business day after the day of the deposit.