Internet Banking… Fast, Easy, Convenient!

Internet Banking…
Fast, Easy, Convenient!

Do your banking anytime, from anywhere, with State Bank’s Internet Banking system! You’ll have access to your accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Verify account balances, transfer funds, make a payment on a loan, pay your bills, view account history, and more, all from the comfort and security of your own home or office. Best of all, State Bank of Park Rapids offers Internet Banking free of charge!

When you’re ready to try Internet Banking, register either online or by completing a paper registration form. To register online, use the “enroll now ” form. If you prefer to register using a paper form, simply e-mail us your name and address and we’ll mail one to you right away, or stop in the Bank and ask for an Internet Banking registration form.

Bill Payment – Free Trial!

Bill payment is a convenient add-on feature offered at a nominal fee. Try it free for the first 90 days! If you like it, and we think you will, you can initiate 10 (ten) bill payments, to anyone – anywhere, each month, for a fee of only $4.95. You create your own list of payees. You tell us who to pay, when to pay, and how much to pay. It’s that easy. If you decide to discontinue the bill payment feature, let us know and we’ll remove it from your account profile.


Our Internet Banking system uses current security technology. Each time you access the system it requires a secure log-in and user authentication. It utilizes firewalls* to help prevent compromise from attacks. And we require 128-bit encryption* to protect your data in transit.


Firewalls are a combination of hardware and software that help protect computers from attack by hackers that could gain access through public networks, including the internet.
Encryption is a method of converting a readable message into a coded one for secure transmission over an insecure medium, in this case, the internet. 40-bit is considered the minimum, whereas 128-bit is very difficult to decode. If your browser only supports 40-bit, you will need to upgrade to 128-bit.