We are excited to say that the benefits you currently enjoy with your business banking account will stay the same. Whether it’s a business checking, savings or money market, the benefits you enjoy now will not change.
No, your business banking account number will not change.
No, the OMB routing number will still be the same.
No, you will not need to order new checks or deposit slips.
No, you will not be receiving a new business debit card as part of this conversion and your current debit card number will remain the same.
No, your business debit card PIN will not change.
Your statement cycle will not change.
As part of the conversion, the formatting of your statement will change. More information on how to read this new statement will be provided. A final statement from OMB’s current core provider will cut on June 16 and accrued interest will be posted to your account. Any service charges accrued from June 1-16 will appear on this statement and any service charges accrued from June 17-30 will appear on your new statement.
The cutoff time for ACH and wire transfers will be 2 p.m. June 15. Any ACH or wire transfers submitted after this time may not be processed.
Fees associated with your business banking account are not changing.
Yes, there is a new business banking mobile app. Most business customers will use the new OMB app found by searching “OMB” in the App Store and Google Play. Customers who transition to our new Treasury Services department will use our new OMB Business app found by searching “OMB Business” in the App store and Google Play. Once you have downloaded the new app and successfully logged in you may remove the old app from your device.
Your access to the current online business banking system and business banking mobile app will end at 3 p.m. on June 16. You will need to begin using the new online banking system and/or business banking mobile app to access your business banking online account when it becomes available on June 20.
You will not be able to access your business banking online account during the conversion process. Access to your online account will end at 3 p.m. on June 16.
You will not need to re-enroll in business online banking following the conversion.
Your business online banking username will remain the same. You will have a new temporary password which you will use to log in for the first time following the conversion. For business customers that do not have access to ACH payments, wire transfers or remote deposit capture, you will be prompted to create a new password upon your initial login attempt. For business customers that do have access to ACH payments, wire transfers and remote deposit capture, you will receive a welcome email from firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to download the new Treasury Services app. You will be prompted to create a new password and input the provided OMB company ID.
The Intuit plugin for business online banking will unfortunately not be available.