Online & Mobile Banking

To enroll in Business Online Banking, you must first have a United Bank business checking account. To open an account, visit your local branch. If you already have a United Bank business checking account, follow the instructions below.

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Bank when and where you want with United Bank Online Banking. View account transactions, pay bills, transfer funds, make expedited payments, and more.

Online Banking

  • Customized alerts. You can set up alerts such as date reminders, balance notifications, transaction alerts, and more. Choose secure email or text delivery.
  • Mobile Banking. Manage your money anytime, anywhere, with mobile banking. With three methods – Text Banking, Mobile Browser or Mobile App – check your account balances, transfer funds, pay bills, find the nearest branch location, and more!
  • Download your Online Banking account activity for Quicken® or QuickBooks®software

Quicken and QuickBooks

IMPORTANT: Intuit aggregation services will be interrupted for up to 3-5 business days. Quicken users who need to update their data files during this outage are encouraged to convert to Web Connect to download a QFX file. The following services will not work during the outage:

  • Express Web Connect (Quicken Win/Essentials Mac) 
  • QuickBooks Online (QBO)

Mint users: please do not open Mint for 3-5 business days after the conversion to ensure the Mint product is properly updated. After that, no additional customer action should be required.

Quicken and Quickbook instructions for linking your United Bank accounts:

Business Bill Pay

Pay Bills through our Online Banking.

Click here to visit our ExpressPay business bill pay demo.

Click here to learn how ExpressPay Bill Pay solutions can work for your small business: Frequently Asked Questions about Online Bill Pay