Did you know that you can make payments with your Central National Bank debit card via Android Pay and Samsung Pay, in addition to Apple Pay? These three payment systems represent a faster, more convenient way to make payments using
Our summer auto loan promotion is back and it’s better than ever! Check out the details below and visit your local branch or apply online to get started.
We’re now live with Apple Pay, which means you can link your Central National Bank debit card to your Wallet and continue to reap the rewards and savings benefits from the It Makes ¢ents! program! Don’t know what Apple Pay
Our newest mobile app comes in Android, iPhone and iPad versions, so it’s optimized to best suit the phone you have. If you already have our app you’ll be prompted to update the next time you log in. If you
This product has recently been enhanced to make home ownership possible to a wider variety of people. Why is Home Possible Advantage such a big deal? Because recent changes have made it possible for customers to get 97% financing in
October 2014 marks the 130th year of service for Central National Bank, but we’re really excited, so we’re celebrating all year. Watch for specials and other fun stuff throughout the year, there’s bound to be something that interests you! For
We want to make everyone aware that we have had a report of a gentleman named “Greg Stockholm” calling Central National Bank customers. He starts out the conversation asking if the customer has received a letter from Central National Bank regarding
We’re very excited to announce the newest feature within our smart phone app… Mobile Deposit! That’s right, you can deposit checks simply by taking a picture of the check! Submit deposits to your account after hours, on the go, when
Yesterday, we held a ribbon cutting ceremony to formally announce the grand opening of our newest bank branch located in the Walmart Supercenter on Wanamaker Road in Topeka, KS! Bank employees, guests, and Topeka Chamber of Commerce representatives were in
We’ve had a number of questions from customers lately who’ve noticed a message circulating Facebook regarding the ability to send out an emergency signal from an ATM. Specifically, being able to punch in your PIN backwards which then alerts the police.