Partnership Bank Online Banking Login

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Partnership Bank provides its customers with the convenience of banking through the online banking service. This service is designed to give the customers full-time access to the finances from the comfort of their home, office or on the road. The online banking service enables a client to view account balances, access their account statements, pay bills and much more. The service is secured through a multilayer security structures and SSL Protocol features. Any customer with an account in the bank can access this service. Consider the detailed steps below to enroll, log in and reset forgotten password.


Any enrolled user with an online banking service can log in through the steps below:

Step 1 – Click this link to access the bank website

Step 2 – In the bank homepage, click Online Banking and Bill Pay link

Step 3 – Enter your Online Banking ID and Password then click Login

After verification of your login credentials, you will be able to access your online banking account.


If you are unable to access your Partnership Bank online banking account, kindly follow the steps below to reset your login password:

Step 1 – In the login page, click Reset Password link

Step 2 – Enter Online Banking ID, email address and email subject then click Continue

A temporary password will be sent via email. Use it to log in and set a preferred password.


Follow the steps below to enroll in Partnership Bank online banking service:

Step 1 – In the login page, click Enroll Now link

Step 2 – Review enrollment instructions and online banking agreement then click I Agree

Step 3 – Enter your Social Security Number or TIN, account number and email address then click Continue. 

You will be guided through the enrollment process after verification of your details.


Any customer with an online banking account can:

  • View account balances and transaction history
  • View, download and print account statements
  • Pay bills online
  • Schedule recurring or future payments
  • Make loan payments