In Wisconsin, the brand name Anchor Bank soon will be no more.As Indiana-based Old National Bank converts branches of the Madison-headquartered bank to its blue-and-yellow signage and computer system this weekend, the Anchor Bank name will join many other Wisconsin financial institution brands that have faded into banking history over the past couple of decades.Regulatory data shows that since 2000, the number of banks based in Wisconsin has shrunk by about a third, to 231.
Bank Official Website:
Bank Customer Service Telephone:
• 1( 800 252-246)
Bank Routing Number:
Bank Swift Number:
•Branch Finder Link
Anchor Bank Online Banking Login
HOW TO LOG IN
Step 1 – To access online accounts users go to the bank`s Homepage where they must look for the login facility in the center of the page. Here they must enter their `Access ID` and `Passcode` and then click `Login`.
Forgotten User ID/Password
Step 1 – If users can not remember their passcode they should click the link `Forgot Passcode` which is below the login facility at the center of the homepage.
Step 2 – The user is now required to enter their `Access ID`, Social Security Number` and `Account Number` and then click `Submit`.
If a user can not remember their access ID they should contact the bank by telephone on 1( 800 252-246) or visit their `Local Branch`.
HOW TO ENROLL
Step 1 – To enroll the user must look for the login facility at the center of the bank`s homepage where below they should click the link `Enroll`
Step 2 – The user must now check the box to say they understand the bank`s terms and conditions and then click `I Agree`.
Step 3 – Finally the user must complete the “Blank Fields` and then click on `Continue`.
- Social security number
- Account number
- ZIP code
- Date of birth
- Email address
- Access ID
- Security question
- Security answer