How to login to my account with M & F bank?
To login to M & F bank, go to their website https://www.mfbonline.com/ on the right side upper corner of the home page, choose your type of account, whether business or personal. Enter your user name, password and login to your account.
How to register Sign up for an account with M & F bank?
To register an account with M & F bank, use this link : https://web13.secureinternetbank.com/PBI_PBI1151/enroll/053100452 To sign up for online banking, select Click Here to Register and sign up online. Complete the short enrollment form and select “Submit.” Business customers can also register for online banking or request Online Cash Management from their Business Relationship Manager.
PERSONAL online banking, select Personal Login and Click “New User? Enroll Now”. Complete the short enrollment form and select “Submit.” You will need your account number, social security number and email address to set up online banking. The PIN number is the last 4 digits of your social security number OR your telephone banking pin, if you have already set one up. Your user name and password are created on the next screen. The user name should not consist of only numbers, and the password requirements will show green check marks as you enter the new password. Once you have created your user name and password, you will have immediate access to your account.
BUSINESS customers, who have only one user viewing accounts, may also register for online banking by selecting the Personal Login button and completing the short enrollment form. The last 4 digits of the EIN number is used instead of the SSN. BUSINESS Customers, who wish to use M & F Business Online Cash Management (ACH Origination/ Internet Wires) or have multiple users, may contact their Business Relationship Manager or their local branch or Deposit Services.
You will create your USER NAME and Password during the enrollment process. If you would like to change your Password after logging in, you can click on the “Profile” tab at the top right of your online banking home page.