Mobile + Online Banking

Bank anytime, any place, any way you want. Securely.

That pretty much sums it up.

NBKC App on the App Store NBKC App on Google Play

Check out what we've cooked up for your convenience.

Enjoy new and improved mobile app features and benefits, including:

  • Expanded transfer options
  • Upgraded account alerts
  • Efficient text and voice banking
  • New phone and tablet mobile app
  • Improved security features.
  • Enhanced business positive pay

Additionally, online banking customers are able to:

  • Make & stop payments
  • View and download a detailed history of your account including balances and processed checks
  • View your current balance related to specific transactions
  • Sort transactions by date, check number, and even dollar amount
  • Enable an alert to notify you when your balance reaches a specified amount


Online banking is an electronic system that allows you to view transactions, view account balances, issue stop payments, transfer funds between accounts, and set up balance and deposit alerts on your computer. With online banking, you can also link your bank accounts directly to Quicken® or QuickBooks®, along with the ability to download transaction information to a spreadsheet.

Online banking is free with any nbkc personal checking account.

If you are a current nbkc customer, you may self-enroll by completing the online banking enrollment.

Yes, your nbkc accounts can be linked directly to Quicken® and QuickBooks® through Direct Connect.

For online banking related questions, call Toll Free (866) 931-0850.

With online Bill Pay, you can pay bills electronically, set up future and repeat payments, and check the status of payments at any time. Payments are made electronically whenever possible. If a merchant does not accept electronic payments, a paper check is automatically prepared and mailed to them.

Online Bill Pay is free with any nbkc personal checking account.

To use this service, you must have a deposit account with nbkc. You can sign up for Bill Pay within the online banking portal.

Currently, you cannot use online Bill Pay to make payments that are court-ordered or go to a payment center (i.e. alimony or child support).

Yes. Our online tutorial provides a complete review of the Bill Pay system. Our step-by-step guide is a handy resource as well.