The Community Bank is proud to offer our customers access to our online banking products. These products allow our customers access to their accounts twenty-four hours a day from anywhere in the world. If you are a new user and would like to sign your account up for internet banking please click here and complete our online registration form. If you would like to view a demo of our internet banking product please click here.

The Community Bank also offers an internet banking product tailored to the needs of our business customers. This product allows for greater flexibility and provides advanced features. For more information regarding the eCorp product please contact us at (620) 624-6898.

To access the eCorp login please click here

Protecting your private information is the highest priority to The Community Bank. In an effort to help our customers protect themselves from electronic security issues this page will be updated to help provide the latest information regarding internet scams, viruses, and computer protection best practices.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has provided consumers with several websites that provide strategies for protecting your identity and provides resources for taking action if your identity has been stolen.

The following websites provide information on how to protect yourself:

To help you access your account anywhere The Community Bank is now proud to offer Mobile Banking. This mobile banking apps will allow you to check your balances and transfer money between your accounts. Our Mobile Banking product is available for Android and iOS devices.

Additionally you may also choose the convenience of our new text banking system which will retrieve your balance through text messaging. To sign up for the text banking sign into your account using the normal internet banking and select user options at the top of your screen. Scroll down to Mobile Banking Profile and select enroll now. This will take you to the instructions to register your device.

If you have any questions regarding these new products please feel free to call the bank at (620) 624-6898 or via email at

Using the information provided by the FDIC and the other government agencies listed above the bank has created a condensed list of basic interent security tips.

  • Antivirus and Malware Prevention - There are a number of good products out there that are designed to scan for and eliminate viruses and malware programs. To ensure these scanning programs are operating at their optimum levels you should update these programs on a regular basis. New viruses and malware programs are being created every day be sure that your program is updated at all times. Additionally, while most of these programs scan all incoming and outgoing files it is best practice to also perform a full scan of your system on a regular basis.
  • Software Updates - Along with updating your Antivirus/Malware Programs, all other software should also be updated on a regular basis. Numerous viruses and malware are designed to initially enter your computer using holes in existing softwares programming. Updates to these programs will close these holes. Many vendors such as Microsoft, Adobe, and Mozilla build in update features to their products to help you obtain the lastest versions of their software.
  • Stay Informed - One of the best way to prevent viruses and malware is to understand the latest trends in these programs. Many Antivirus/Malware software producers provide websites with information on the latest trends which could provide information to help you avoid these issues.