New Online and Mobile Banking is Here!

Our new digital banking includes an updated online and mobile experience, new features, and improved ease-of-use. 

Access the web version of our online banking by selecting Online Banking from the top menu bar. Download our new apps from your app store to start using mobile banking now!

Consumer Mobile Banking

Google Play App Store

Business Mobile Banking

Google Play App Store

Need Help?

24/7 support is available at 888.229.3142. You can also always contact us directly at or 888.500.2265.

Please review our Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.

About Our New Online and Mobile Banking

Private and Personal Banking Users

In addition to changes to our online banking site, we have replaced our existing mobile app. Our new digital banking provides additional functionality, including bill pay solutions, improved ability to access and manage account information, as well as enhanced mobile capability, including virtual token support and mobile wire approval.

New Features for Business Users

Business users also have enhanced online services. In addition, we are pleased to announce that business users now have access to a Seattle Bank Business Banking app! Our business app allows for mobile access of all online features, including transfer, Bill Pay, and mobile initiation and approval of ACH files or wires.

Conversion Milestone: Disruption of Connection to Personal Financial Manager

If your Seattle Bank accounts are connected to a Personal Financial Manager (such as Mint, Quicken, or Quickbooks), you will need to re-establish the connection between your Personal Financial Manager and your Seattle Bank Accounts, and update your password. 

If you have an automatic download to Quickbooks or Quicken, you must manually download files beginning April 9 until April 16. On or after April 16, you can re-establish the automatic download from Seattle Bank Online Banking to Quicken or Quickbooks. The instructions below provide step-by-step instructions on disconnecting and then reconnecting your Seattle Bank accounts.