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 is?
Apple Pay is a Payments system that allows you to make purchases using your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch instead of your debit or credit card.
How does it work?
Once your card is stored in Apple Wallet, all you have to do is hold your phone near a compatible card terminal and hold your fingerprint on the TouchID. Apple Pay also allows you to make easier payment with a single touch inside of compatible apps.
What devices is Apple Pay compatible with?
iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3
Or, an Apple Watch paired with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, or iPhone 5s.
Where can I use it?
Apple Pay is not accepted everywhere, but the list of retailers is growing each day. For a current list of retailers that accept Apple Pay, click here.
What happens if I lose my phone and my card is attached to my Apple Pay account?
Your card information isn’t actually stored on the device, but a thumb print is required to complete a transaction. To keep a clever thief from using your phone to make payments you can also put your device in Lost Mode to suspend Apple Pay. You can also wipe your device clean using “Find My iPhone” or stop the payment ability using iCloud.
For more information about Apple Pay, please visit Apple’s website at http://www.apple.com/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 don’t, it’s available now on Google Play and in the App Store.
The new features include:
- Mobile Deposit – You can now enroll in Mobile Deposit within the app!
- E-Statements – Sign up for, and view E-Statements within the app!
- iPad App – No more using the iPhone app on your iPad, our new app includes a version that’s optimized specifically for your iPad.
- Text Alerts – Text message transaction alerts are available and expanded. (Opt to receive text alerts on: Online Banking, ATM, Debit Card, Checks, etc)
- Secure Messaging – Communicate securely with our support department from within the app.
- Calculators – Tip Calculator, Monthly Payment Calculator, Savings Calculator
- Two-Way Text Banking – Make transfers via text message.
- Simplified Logon – Save your username or log in with TouchID on compatible Apple devices.
Not a customer? Open an account online today!
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 addition to many other benefits:
- Flexible credit parameters
- Flexible closing cost funding options-no minimum borrower contributions required
- Low fixed-rate loans and long-term financing
- In-house servicing on our loans, giving you assurance of quality customer service
- Reduced mortgage insurance costs
We also offer FREE Pre-qualification and counseling service. Find a mortgage specialist near you.
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 corporate security. He then tells the customer that he wants to have a conversation about his company’s security issues.
Be advised that this is a scam.
If you receive a call concerning this, please DO NOT give the criminal any information.
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 you’re out of town… ANYWHERE! It’s so easy. Sign up today and see!
For more details about the program, or to sign up, visit our website.
For complete details about processing visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
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 attendance for the ceremony. Marsha Sheahan, Vice President of Public Relations, offered welcome remarks and introduced Central National Bank representatives for their comments.
“Our bank values our partnership with Walmart and is proud to offer customers such a convenient option for banking services,” said Ed C. Rolfs, Central National Bank Chief Executive Officer. “We are committed to Topeka and really enjoy our customers here and this community.”
We operate in-store bank locations in six Walmart stores across Kansas. The new Topeka Walmart location is a full service banking location and is open seven days a week. The branch is equipped with a Smart ATM, enabling customers to make deposits and withdraw cash after hours.
“Our team is thrilled to be here and open for business,” said John Legg, Branch Manager. “We have exciting grand opening specials and encourage everyone to stop in and visit our new branch.”
The Topeka Walmart branch will be open Monday-Friday from 10:00am to 7:00pm, Saturdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sundays from Noon to 4:00pm.
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. This message is not new, in fact, it started circulating the Internet in 2006.
So the big question… Is it true? Without a doubt… NO. At least not at any Central National Bank ATM in the state of Kansas or Nebraska. Trust us. We know what we’re talking about.
So how about all of the other hundreds of thousands of ATMs in our country? Well… the next time your friend posts something like that as their status update, or forwards you an email, feel free to send them to
This site is great for debunking all Internet circulated myths. In fact, if you read far enough down the page it will tell you the origin of the myth. What we didn’t know, is that this myth is rooted in some truths. Over the last few years, there have been several attempts to make this myth a reality; including a bill to the Kansas state senate’s Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee. The bill died in 2004.
Now I KNOW you’re asking yourself why. Why, would something that seems like such a good idea get shut down? Why, would banks not put an emergency signal into all ATMs?
Well, the answer is simple. Do you think you could remember your PIN with a gun to your head/back? I can hardly remember my PIN when I am in line at the store. The pressure is just too much. Especially if everyone behind u me has two items and I’m trying to stuff all 112 items back into my cart so the bread and eggs don’t get squished. I don’t know about you, but I can’t imagine trying to remember my PIN BACKWARDS if my life depended on it!
The article on Snopes points this scenario out as well as a few others. But, the one that makes the most sense to me is that triggering an emergency signal could put the ATM user in more danger than simply withdrawing the money and reporting the crime later. Not every criminal is dumb – so they’re likely to notice that something strange is going on.
Do yourself a favor and set people straight when the myth starts circulating again.
The Topeka branches hosted “Central Secret Agent Savers Training” on Saturday at the downtown bank location. The bank partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters to plan the event, and the day was a great success. “We had eight kids attend,” said manager, Candis Meerpohl. “I think our turnout was definitely affected by graduation, but we are eager to do it again in six months.” The kids started the day with juice and doughnuts, and then went on a bank tour. After the tour, it was explained that the kids needed to complete three missions to become agents:
Mission #1 Make their alias. They picked their secret agent names and made masks to hide their identity from Mr. Splurge.
Mission #2 Learn about saving money! This was a classroom-type event where we explained that when we get little bits of money we can save it and end up with a large amount of money. We also explained earning interest on money and making savings goals.
Mission#3 Human Board Game This mission was designed so that the kids could use what they learned in their class and put it to use. The kids were the board game pieces and picked clues that said either a good money decision or a bad money decision to try and get around the board.
“I’m happy to say we graduated all eight agents that came!” said Meerpohl. All of the kids had a great day, and a BBBS representative who attended was very impressed with the program and the account.