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Frequently Asked Questions

How to Sign Up
  1. Sign in to Online Banking from using your Online Banking ID and password.
  2. Once you're logged in, click on the E-Statements menu item at the top of the page. You will see a page similar to the one shown above:
  3. By default, all documents are selected to receive E-Statements. If you do not want to receive E-Statements for certain accounts, click the Details link on item #1.
  4. Make sure your correct e-mail address is listed. All E-Statements will be sent to this address. If the e-mail address shown is incorrect, be sure to change it here.
  5. Enter your security phrase in the respective box. This phrase will show up on all E-Statements you receive and helps identify that the e-mail being sent to you originated from Central National Bank. When you receive a statement, you should make sure it appears before viewing the statement.
  6. Click the link on item #4, and a window will pop up. Then type the passcode in the field in item #4. This will ensure your browser is equipped to view the statements.
  7. Read through the disclosure, then check the box next to "I agree to the listed terms".
  8. You'll want to click the link on the bottom right of the page that lets you see a sample statement. This will ensure that your computer is capable of viewing the E-Statements.
  9. Click the "Enroll Now" button.
  10. You will receive an e-mail confirming your enrollment in E-Statements.
  11. Upon your next statement cycle, you will be sent an e-mail notification when your electronic document is available. To view it, simply go to, sign in to Online Banking, then click the E-Statements tab.
  12. After choosing the E-Statement you'd like to view, it will be downloaded and shown.
Adding Additional Recipients
  1. Click on 'Additional Recipients', then click 'Add Additional Recipients'.
  2. Create a username and password and enter the user's e-mail address for the additional recipient. Click 'Save'.
  3. Click 'Assign Documents' to assign the documents that will be e-mailed to this person.
  4. Select an account and check 'Enroll All' or the specific document(s) you would like the recipient to receive.
  5. Click 'Save Settings'. You will now be shown the Electronic Statement and Notice Disclosure and Agreement. You must click the 'I Agree' button at the bottom to proceed.
  6. Repeat the previous two steps for each account you would like the recipient to receive statements for.
  7. Be sure to inform the additional person of the username and password you set up for them. They will need both in order to log in and view a statement.
  8. Once an E-Statement is available, the recipient will be sent an email with a PDF attachment. When they receive it, they should open the PDF attachment and log in with the username and password that you set up for them.

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Phone: 1-888-262-5456

Fax: 785-231-1414

US Mail:
Central National Bank
Attn: Online Services Dept.
800 SE Quincy St
Topeka, KS 66612

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