Citi Bank offers consumer and commercial banking services and products. Founded in 1812 and based in South Dakota, the bank operates as a subsidiary of Citicorp.
Citi Bank has made it easy for customers to access their bank accounts with its internet banking services. Its 100% free to register for the internet banking services and all you need is a few details about your bank account, a computer and internet connection to get started. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of access your online account, resetting your password and registering for the online banking services.
How to login
Logging into your Citi Bank online account is a simple step-by-step process that can be done in less than a minute. You will need your login details to complete this process. Follow these steps to log in:
Step 1-Open https://www.citi.com/ in your web browser
Step 2-Enter your user ID and password and click “sign on”
You will be directed to your dashboard if you have used the correct password
Forgot your password?
You may want to reset your password because you forgot it or for security purposes. Whatever the reason, it’s easy to reset your password. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you reset your password:
Step 1-Start over on the bank’s Homepage and click “forgot user ID or password”
Step 2-For Credit Card and Banking customers, enter your credit card or ATM/debit card number, and for customers who don’t have a Credit Card or bank account and mortgage only customers, enter your email address.
How to enroll
Registering an online account with Citi Bank is easy so long as you are a customer with an account with the bank. The steps you need to follow to register are as follows:
Step 1-Again, start over on the bank’s Homepage and click “register for online access”
Step 2-Enter your account number and click “verify and continue”
Step 3-Complete the following steps: manage your user ID, for your security and confirmation
Manage your Citi Bank online account
Among the many benefits of having an online account with Citi Bank include:
- Request an eStatement for your account balance
- Check your transaction history
- Transfer funds to other accounts
- Apply for loans
- Find the nearest ATM or branch