Tuesday, December 06, 2016
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With online banking services from Evolve Bank & Trust, it’s safe, fast and easy to stay on top of your finances—day or night, even on weekends or holidays. You can check account balances, view account history, transfer money between your Evolve accounts and view check images – and it’s FREE! With Evolve Payment Manager, you can transfer funds to and from other financial institutions and pay bills online—And remember, with every Evolve account you get the combined benefits of a leading edge financial services institution with more than 85 years of serving the needs of customers.

That’s right. You pay nothing. Zilch. Zero. Nada.

Evolve Online Banking is FREE. With this feature you can view and print your account activity and transfer funds between your Evolve accounts. View and print your paid checks 24/7 with a click of your mouse with free check imaging. You can also design and print customized reports of past activity and download your information into money management software, such as Microsoft Money or Quicken.

Do away with paperwork and postage. Pay bills online—FREE!

Once you’ve signed up to access your accounts online, you can also sign up for Evolve Bill Pay which lets you pay and even receive and view your bills online. Bill Pay offers convenience, cost savings and time savings. There is no need to buy stamps, write checks or address envelopes. Pay all your bills online anytime—anywhere you have internet access.

  • Receive, view, manage and pay bills all at one convenient website.
  • Set up email alerts for electronic bill arrivals.
  • Schedule automatic recurring payment rules for each biller.
  • Review bill history and, for some billers, payment posting information.
  • Use multiple funding accounts to pay bills.

We ensure your accounts are safe.

Online banking environments require the highest level of confidentiality protection available in the form of 128-bit encryption. Logging into your Evolve online banking account to process your transactions over the Internet will require that your internet browser supports 128-bit encryption. You will see a locked padlock icon in the lower right corner of your browser window. You will also see the prefix “https” in your browser’s address bar, which means the web page is secure.