Redwood Capital Bank Online Banking Login

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Redwood Capital Bank offers a reliable, user-friendly and free online banking service. The Online Banking service allows you to make fund transfers, make loan repayments, pay bills and much more. In addition, the service, being a virtual branch office, provides a link between your bank account and your smartphone or personal computer. This platform is protected against cyber-related attacks through a multilayer security frameworks. Consider the detailed instructions below to enroll, log in and reset forgotten password.


If you have an online banking account, log in through the steps below:

Step 1 – Click this link to access the bank website on your PC browser

Step 2 – Under Online Banking Login, enter your User ID then click Continue

If your User ID is valid you will be allowed to enter your password and thereafter access your online banking account.


If you are unable to access your Redwood Capital Bank Online Banking account, kindly follow the steps below to reset your login password:

Step 1 –Under Online Banking Login, click Forgot your Password link

Step 2 – Enter your Username, SSN or TIN and account number then click Continue

After validation of your details in the bank database, you will be able to reset your login password.


Any customer with an account in Redwood Capital Bank and a web-enabled device which is connected to the internet can enroll in online banking service through the steps below:

Step 1 – Under Online Banking Login, click First Time Login link

Step 2 – Select your account type and enter the requested fields then click Continue Enrollment. 

Your details will be used to confirm your identity then be guided through the rest of enrollment steps.


Redwood Capital Bank online banking users are allowed to:

  • Check account balances
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Pay bills online
  • Order checks
  • Place stop payments
  • Set up text and email alerts
  • Retrieve eStatements and account activity
  • Schedule recurring or future transfers
  • Make loan repayments