Manage your money
With online banking, your accounts are always in reach.
- Check your account balances
- Find out if checks have cleared
- See your recent transactions
- View your e-statements1
- View e-notices, tax documents, and disclosures2
Do you have a Reliant Visa Platinum credit card? You can manage that online, too.
- Monitor activity
- Make payments
- View your e-statements
make payments & transfers
Online banking makes it easy to pay bills and transfer funds.
- Enroll in bill payer, and you can move money between accounts at Reliant or elsewhere. Pay your friends, your bills or yourself!
- Zelle®, a fast, safe, and easy way to send money to family and friends using just a U.S. mobile number or email address.3 Learn more
get email or text alerts
It’s reassuring to know that if any unusual activity takes place on your account, you can get notified by email or text.4 Simply choose the type of activity you want to watch for. For example, you can set up an alert for a low or high balance, or for unusual deposits or payments.
To get started, log into Online Banking, select the “Online Services” menu header, and select “Mobile Banking & Alerts.” You can also set text message alerts using the link in the right-hand column of the Account History screen.
share access with someone
Sometimes you need to give another person access to transfer funds5 into one or more of your accounts — for example, if you and your children are saving up for something special together. You should never share your username or password with anyone—and thanks to shared access, you don’t have to!
This useful tool lets you authorize another user to view your accounts and transfer money into your account without having to share your personal login data. You can also simultaneously set up reverse access, enabling you to transfer into the other user’s account.
To get set up, log into Online Banking and select “Share Access with Others” under the Online Services tab.
deposit your paycheck directly into your account
Direct deposit is safer than a “live” paycheck because it can’t get lost or stolen. You’ll be able to access your money as soon as it’s deposited, and you can decide how you want your funds to be distributed among your accounts.
When you’re signing up for direct deposit, you’ll need to provide the depositor with account and credit union information:
- Reliant’s routing #: 222 382 438
- For direct deposit into your checking account, use the 10-digit number that appears at the bottom of your Reliant checks.
- For direct deposit into your savings account, include your savings account number (1 to 6 digits).
For more information on how to have your social security or other federal benefit payments deposited directly into your Reliant account, visit GoDirect.org.
If you have forgotten your password, click on the “Login” button in the header of our site and click on Forgot Your Password? A temporary password can be sent to any phone number registered with your account.
If you have a checking account with Reliant, you can enroll in bill pay, a free service that enables you to pay your bills online.
Always be sure to log in from a trusted device. If you have to log in from a public device, be sure to mark that device as such when prompted for a security code. Never share your login information with anyone. Install an anti-virus application on both your personal computer and your mobile device and keep it current. Visit our Fraud & ID Theft page to learn about other ways to protect your accounts and your identity from scammers.
1 Member Account Billing Rights are disclosed on all member statements that are sent by U.S. Mail and on all PDF e-statements available for members in the online banking e-statements portal.
2 You must opt in to receive notices, disclosures, and tax documents electronically, within the e-statements & e-notices portal in online banking.
3 Zelle® and the Zelle® related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license.
4 By opting in for text message alerts, standard text messaging rates by your mobile phone/device provider may apply, and are the responsibility of the mobile phone/device owner.
5 To protect the privacy of account owners, no account owner can conduct any other type of financial transaction on an account for which he/she does not have the User ID and password.
6 To access your account using Mobile Banking, you must first enroll your account in Online Banking. Once enrolled, you will use the same Username and Password to access your account through both online and mobile banking.