Business Online Banking

Learn tips for managing the Online Banking tools available to you and your team so you can focus on your business.

Make it a Habit to Review Your Business Account

Make it a Habit to Review Your Business Account

Experts say it can take as little as three weeks to form a habit, and if you own or operate a business, make it a daily habit to check your account(s) activity in online banking. Review debits and credits as they occur so you can catch any fraudulent checks, duplicate check numbers or unauthorized ACH debits.

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7 Ways to Use a Business Revolving Line of Credit

7 Ways to Use a Business Revolving Line of Credit

For businesses that find their cash flow isn’t a steady stream month-after-month, a Revolving Line of Credit (RLOC) is a valuable tool. This loan helps smooth cash flow fluctuations due to inventory needs, timing of accounts receivable or seasonality of a business.

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FAQ: Card Swap

FAQ: Card Swap

CardSwap in Online Banking allows you to update your payment information for anywhere you pay — shopping sites, streaming services, online subscriptions, and more —all with one tap. We’ve answered the most commonly asked questions about CardSwap below:

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Making Payments in Business Bill Pay

Making Payments in Business Bill Pay

Once you’ve added your contacts, you can start scheduling one-time and recurring payments in Business Bill Pay. Bill Pay sends payments electronically whenever possible, otherwise a check will be printed and mailed.

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Enrolling in Business Bill Pay

Enrolling in Business Bill Pay

Paying invoices and vendors is quick and easy with Business Bill Pay. Enroll today to start managing your one-time or recurring payments. To give members of your team access to use and manage Bill Pay, enable Bill Pay features on their User Role.

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Adding & Managing Users in Online Banking

Adding & Managing Users in Online Banking

Create users in SESLOC Business Online Banking so your team can bank on your business’ behalf. Before you get started, you will need to define an appropriate role to manage what each user can or can not do. Learn how to create and manage roles here.

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