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Manage My Accounts

At Clear Lake Bank & Trust Company, we know timely and convenient access to your account information and funds is extremely important.  Check out the access methods shown below: 

Internet Banking Internet Banking & Bill Pay - Our Internet Banking product features real time balances, e-statements, email account alerts, and many other great features.  Learn more...
Mobile Banking Mobile Banking - View account balances, view transaction history, and pay your bills with an Internet-enabled cell phone, smart phone, or PDA.   We even have apps for the iPhone® and Android™ phones.  Learn more...
Moible Deposit Mobile Deposit - Deposit a check using our iPhone or Android app and your smart phone camera!  It's fast, easy, and convenient when you're on the go.  Learn more...
Text Alerts Text Message Balance Alerts - Have your account balances sent as a text message to your cell phone automatically.  You choose how often and the time of day.  No Internet service required.  Learn more...
Phone Banking Telephone Banking - Call our local or toll-free number to obtain account balances or transaction history.  You can transfer funds between accounts too!  Learn more...
Debit Card Debit Card - Choose our standard debit card or personalize it with a photo ID debit card with your "mugshot" or a "My Pic" debit card featuring your own photography.  Learn more...
Order Checks Order Checks - Order checks online from our business partner, Deluxe.  Deluxe offers quality check stock with a check design fit for any individual.  Order Now...
Wire Transfers* - Need to send or receive money almost instantly?  Ask us how our wire transfer services can be the solution you need.  Learn more...
  Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
  *Please be aware that criminals often attempt to use wire funds as part of a fraudulent transaction.  Be sure you are comfortable with a wire recipient and the transaction before wiring funds.